China Glaze Too Yacht To Handle

Too Yacht To Handle by China Glaze

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Polish Name: Too Yacht To Handle by China Glaze

Size: 14 mL

Brand: China Glaze

Collection: Sunsational Collection (Summer 2013)

This product contains no toluene, DBP or added formaldehyde.

About China Glaze: China Glaze creates exciting, modern colors. They use China Clay as nail hardener resulting in long-lasting wear. Their non-thickening formula allow for excellent coverage. China Glaze has been featured in dozens of publications including Elle (with Kelly Clarkson), Lucky (with Sarah Michelle Gellar) and Nylon (with Avril Lavigne).

Application Instructions:
For best results first apply a base coat to clean, bare nails. Then apply 2-3 coats of colored polish (depending on its consistency and thickness). For long lasting wear finish with a top coat.

19 Reviews

  • 4
    Too Yacht auto handle—the perfect vibrant turquoise!

    Posted by Jessica on 31st May 2021

    I have been looking for a vivid turquoise that really pops, and I’ve finally found it. Have many other bluish greens and greenish blues, but this colour is a true turquoise with as bright a finish as you’re likely to find. Very pretty, I’ve gotten compliments and think it’ll look even better against my skin once I get a nice tan going. Just buy it, you won’t regret it!

  • 4
    Vibrant color

    Posted by Unknown on 13th May 2017

    The color is very bright, I recieved tons of compliments. Needed 3 coats and chipped after 2 days, but the color is worth it.

  • 4
    More green than blue

    Posted by Sarah on 4th Aug 2015

    Very nice color although I thought it would be a bit more blue. Doesn't level that well if you use too much. So thinner coats are better! Goes nicely with gold though if you are into nail designs.

  • 4
    What a gorgeous shade, China Glaze!!

    Posted by Sherrey in Southern Ontario on 25th Jul 2015

    This China Glaze nail polish in 'Too Yacht To Handle' is a fabulously awesome colour, especially for summer! The shade, in person, is different than it appeared on this website. It is a bright mid-tone, minty green colour, and not 'blueish'. The formula is a little tricky to work with, as it can be a bit 'streaky' initially. It works better if you apply several thin coats of polish to help eliminate the appearance of any patchiness.That method also helps to achieve good opacity. I find the extra attention to detail well worth it, because the colour is just so freaking pretty!