China Glaze Man Hunt Swatches & Review

China Glaze Man Hunt Swatches & ReviewAre you ready to go on a man hunt? Make sure you bring some super-sharp spears, ladies! We want ’em to know that we ain’t playin’!

Let’s make our way in further. Aha! There they are…sitting on the sofa with the remote control in their hands! πŸ˜‰

China Glaze Man HuntΒ is a rich, pigmented, primary-blue lacquer that goes on beautifully and looks really shiny. It comes from the China Glaze On Safari Collection.

I really like the safari theme, and there seems to be diverse colours and finishes to please a lot of different people.

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Key Notes

China Glaze Man Hunt Review


Man Hunt by China Glaze is a saturated blue that’s strong and dramatic. At first, it reminded me of Essie Mesmerize, but when I looked at them together, I realized that Man Hunt is darker and more navy blue than Mesmerize.

While I enjoyed wearing this colour by itself (it looks so slick!), I think this would be great for a base colour for nail art!

Despite this blue being dark, it never quite looked black to me, even in dim lighting. That’s a huge plus for me because near-black shades frustrate me (as you may have heard me complain about before! If I wanted to wear black, I would!).


Man Hunt is a creme polish, but it gives off that shiny look, so maybe there’s a touch of jelliness to it. (You won’t get any visible nail line with this like you would with a jelly polish.)

Application & Formula

The formula was great – not too thin and not too thick. I found it very easy to control, and the pigmentation was wonderful. You get a lot of coverage at one coat, and then you just need a second to even everything out. You shouldn’t need to use a third coat.


  • Rich blue is very pigmented
  • Formula is easy to work with

  • Not the most unique shade (but still very nice!)

Final Verdict: 8/10

This kind of dark blue is really sexy to me. The formula is good, so even if you’re not the best at applying nail polish, your results will still be impressive! πŸ™‚

Sure, this blue isn’t the most unique blue out there, but if you don’t have any blues like this, I recommend getting this one.

Do you prefer dark blues or light blues best? What’s the sexiest polish you’ve ever worn? How do you cheer yourself up when you’re feeling blue?


10 thoughts on “China Glaze Man Hunt Swatches & Review

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Gosia!

      Yes, there’s probably a dupe out there because it’s a blue creme. If I rummaged through my stash, I could probably find one. Even Essie Mesmerize is fairly close.

  1. beachgal

    Great photos! I really did not need another blue cream in this color hue – but I put this shade into my order when I sent for a couple shades out of this collection. I do love this blue. It’s not got the same formula as the red in this collection has. Wish it did as the red is an amazing cream that is opaque in 1 coat and totally leveled. My fav blue polishes tend to be just this shade or a tish brighter like a bright royal blue. I cannot wear powder blues at all – they give me lobster hands.

    1. Mary Post author

      Hey beachgal!

      Thank you! πŸ™‚

      Oh, I’m going to try the red out soon! πŸ™‚ A one-coater is golden! Yeah, I also get major lobster hands with powder blues. I need them to be more noticeably blue (even pastel) and not as close to white.

  2. Carmela

    I prefer blues of any kind. πŸ˜‰ But if we’re talking sexy, I tend to reach for vampy red shimmers. Like China Glaze Branding Iron. That’s one seeeeeksiiii nail polish!

    I actually don’t have a dupe for this in my stash of blues and I’m so happy to call it mine. πŸ˜€ Thanks again for hooking me up, Mary! πŸ˜€ (And you were right, I’m glad you included the box!)
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    1. Mary Post author

      Hey Carmela!

      Oh, I know you, you blue lover, you! πŸ˜‰

      Yes, Branding Iron is a hot one…hehe, as the name would suggest.

      Did you end up keeping the box? (Just wish that I could send the protective plastic, too, so you could have it in immaculate condition.)


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