China Glaze Crushed Candy Crackle

I know I'm way behind on this, but I recently purchased China Glaze Crackle polish in Crushed Candy.  It's a dull teal color. Jud...

I know I'm way behind on this, but I recently purchased China Glaze Crackle polish in Crushed Candy.
 It's a dull teal color. Judging from the bottle I thought it would be brighter, but it really is kind of dull. 
But, it's perfectly fine, I love it anyway. :)


First, I put on two coats of Sinful Colors polish in the shade Snow Me White.
After I let that dry for about an hour, I put one coat of China Glaze Crackle polish in Crushed Candy over this.
I let this dry and do it's crackle-thing for 5 minutes, then put a coat of Seche Vite top coat over it.
I've had this on since Thursday, with no chipping or peeling, which is a common problem of mine!

The only issue I had with this polish is that it seems to be a weird consistency, which I kind of expected. That being said, it's extremely difficult to get an even coat, which drives me absolutely insane.
I have OCD, what can I say?

The best part about this polish? If it does chip, it's not going to be noticeable.
And, let's be honest, I put my fingernails through hell.
No polish can stand up to the torment I put it through.
Dishes, cooking, cleaning, taking care of a dog, two chinchillas, and a husband is way more than my nails can take.
Not to mention the time spent on my laptop typing away, and time wasted pinning more things to my pinterest boards! =P
The fact that I haven't broken one off in about a month is nothing short of a miracle.

Here's to hoping my next mani will last longer than two days, and that I won't break a nail tomorrow.

Thanks for reading!

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