China Glaze Trolls World Tour Collection Swatches & Review

Press Sample

Can’t fight the feeling (to do Troll hair nails, obviously)! Trolls World Tour, the sequel to the super fun hit that gave us that earworm from Justin Timberlake, is almost here! In just a few short weeks, we can see the latest in the Trolls family of movies featuring huge stars like Justin Timberlake, Ozzy Osbourne, and one of my personal favorites, James Corden! To celebrate the release of the new movie, China Glaze released their Trolls World Tour inspired collection, which is full of fun brights and just a touch of sparkle! These arrived yesterday evening, and I wanted to show them to you as soon as possible, so read on for swatches!!

China Glaze Funky Beat

Vibrant purple creme

A show-stopping bright purple that is designed to catch eyes! The name of this one is different on the Sally Beauty website (which is where the above link heads to, but I checked on the China Glaze website and it’s correct here!)

Opacity scale (1-5): 3

Finish: creme, 2 coats to be opaque

China Glaze Pink-In-Poppy

Sparkling bright poppy pink

Um, how freaking sparkly and cute is this?! I can definitely guess exactly which troll this is inspired by! Can you!? Shown above without topcoat.

Opacity scale (1-5): 2.5

Finish: Glitter, 2 coats to be opaque

China Glaze No-Holds Barb

Ultra vibrant coral-red jelly

With just a touch of neon, and a hint of coral, this bright red jelly is a fantastic spring color- and a red I’d actually wear!

Opacity scale (1-5): 2.5

Finish: Jelly, 2-3 coats to be opaque

China Glaze Delta Darlin’

Pastel, but bright orange creme

I can’t wait to do a gradient with Funky Beat, No-Holds Barb and this! This one did require 3 coats, despite being a pigmented creme, I had some slight issues with streaking, but not bad at all.

Opacity scale (1-5): 2.25

Finish: Creme, 2-3 coats to be opaque

China Glaze It’s All Techno

Vivid chartreuse creme

This one was hard to photograph correctly! It’s another great springy color- a bright yellowy green that is going to be fantastic for nail art! This one also bears a different name on Sally Beauty, but again, I checked the China Glaze website, and the above name is correct!

Opacity scale (1-5): 2.25

Finish: Creme, 2-3 coats to be opaque

China Glaze Can’t Stop Branchin’

Satin medium turquoise creme

When I first saw this one, it gave me serious For Audrey vibes, but when I dug up my bottle for comparison, I saw that, while similar, they are different! This polish definitely has more of a green tone to it when compared to For Audrey which is a much cooler turquoise. Both are gorgeous, and both are needed – especially since this polish is a satin finish!

Opacity scale (1-5): 2.5

Finish: Satin, 2 coats to be opaque

China Glaze Chill in Symphonyville

Semi-sheer sky blue matte with iridescent purple/blue shimmer

I LOVE this one! It’s so pretty and springy and delicate, I think it might be my favorite of the collection, though I do really love all the others, too!

Opacity scale (1-5): 2

Finish: Matte, 3+ coats to be opaque

Densely packed silver holo glitter

This is like Fairy dust on crack! It’s so densely packed with glitter (and with some additional bigger glitter than Fairy Dust), it only takes two coats to be opaque. This also means that it’s a topcoat eater, but oh man, isn’t it worth it?!?!?

Opacity scale (1-5): 3

Finish: Glitter, 2 coats to be opaque

What do you think? Are you happy to see a Spring collection that is more than just pastels? I love these brights, and it makes me SO ready for the upcoming season, and I need to check out the new movie! I wonder if there will be another song that sticks in your head forever that you absolutely can’t help but dance to. I curse Justin Timberlake for that song! haha!!

Tell me your favorite polishes for this collection in the comments!

Disclosure: Products in the post were provided by the manufacturer for consideration, all opinions are my own.