Milani has completely revamped their polish and eyeshadow lines - and I've had the opportunity to test out the nail polish! There are so many of them that I decided to break them up into trios and show off some nail art. Today'a nail art, with these bright, catchy colors features dots. I've got two different doticures, the one above using flowers. Sometimes my flowers, especially when I try to do white daisies, end up looking like fried eggs. This one, tho, does look more like flowers :) Below is just a standard accent nail doticure. Nothing fancy :)
And what about the colors I used? Let's start with Corrupted Coral, a gorgeous bright, well, coral color. It leans heavy to the pinkish end of the spectrum, but it definitely is more coral in nature. I have no issues with this polish. Great in two creamy coats and super easy to apply.
Water Front is a beautiful blue. I do use two coats of base with blue and green polishes, and this one was no exception. I didn't have any staining with this pretty. Great formula. This one could actually be a one-coater is applied correctly. I used a first coat that was on the thin side.
Cupcake Icing is a hard color is describe. It's not quite pink, and it's not quite purple. I'll say it's a pinkish purplish orchid color (could that be real?) It's a very cheerful color, and goes in smooth in two coats.
Soooooooooooo, what do you think? These are part of the core line of Milani makeup, so you can get them anytime (or from the website) - but if you see some you like, maybe you should pick them up? :)
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