C-C-Colorful Swatches from Wizard of Ooh Ahz

China Glaze has re-released their famous and dearly loved collection from 2001, called the Wizard of Ooh Ahz collection.  Based on the timeless classic, the Wizard of Oz, this sparkly polish ensemble features six shades that capture the adventure, characters and memories of this childhood story  Each hue featuring a feminine glitter, the Wizard of Ooh Ahz is surprisingly similar to the popular Alice in Wonderland collection by OPI, with the superior staying power that China Glaze users across the world can attest to!

Here are the swatches we tried out this week:

Wizard of Ooh Ahz
Featuring six very different and bold colors, this collection truly is beautiful.  China Glaze’s Ruby Pumps has been one of Beauty of a Site’s best sellers since the collection was originally released nine years ago.  This color is simply that gorgeous! China Glaze Dorothy Who is actually quite similar in color to OPI’s Absolutely Alice, with slightly smaller glitter and a more subtle shimmer.  For China Glaze fans who have been waiting for the glitz, this collection is perfect for you!

We particularly like how each of the colors allows for either a top coat like transparency or a strong, opaque finish.  See our two coat coverage below:

China Glze Wizard of Oz

With Ruby Pumps, you get almost immediate opaque coverage, but with The Ten Man and Cowardly Lyin’, China Glaze gives you the option of a very understated pastel or a bright, bold, glittery statement.

Check out and purchase the China Glaze Wizard of Ooh Ahz collection here!

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