China Glaze has a set of six great purple and plum nail lacquer shades. Below from left to right are: Royal Tease, Coconut Kiss, and Flying Dragon. I liked the light frost to the first two shades. Flying Dragon is supposed to be a neon shade, but it came out oddly matte and a bit bumpy looking for me. I’m not sure what was up with that, since it looked fine in the bottle.
Below are three more shades: Evening Seduction, VIII, and Tempest. VIII and Evening Seduction are very similar deep hues, with Evening Seduction being more plum red and VII being more of a deep purple.
China Glaze polishes apply well and also wear quite well. I managed to keep mine chip free a bit longer than I do with some other brands. They retail for around $6.50 at salons and cosmetic stores. I have purchased China Glaze before at ULTA Beauty stores.