Friday, November 14, 2014

Swatch and Review: Milani Color Statement Skittle Nails

Good evening to you all and a very happy weekend!

Over the course of the past few months, I've been doing a lot of nail art with my new Milani Color Statement polishes. I've used blues and reds and greens and sheers... but there are so many more shades in the collection. So to keep this post relatively short and sweet, while having all the colors in a single post, I decided to skittle swatch the polishes. However, I kept them in color groups for easy viewing.

All polish names are listed from index to pinky finger and have two coats applied.

Bombshell,  Hot Pink Rage, Pink Beige, and Corrupted Coral

Cupcake Icing, Bronze, Doll Face, and Mauving Forward

Gilded Rocks, Rainbow Prisms, Pearl-Plexed Sheer, and Club Lights

Iconic Red, Modern Rouge, Red Label, and Mango Tango

Lovely Amethyst, Imperial Purple, Sugar Plum, and Ultra Violet

Ruby Stone, Enchanting, Crimson Jewel, and Enchanted Garnet

Silhouette, Charcoal Charm, Ink Spot, and Gold Plated

Spotlight White, Frenchie Sheer, Vintage Lace Sheer, and Lady-Like Sheer

Peri-Wink (Thumb), Tattle Teal, Blue Print, Water Front, and Mint Crush

My standout favorites are Hot Pink Rage, Gilded Rocks, and Water Front. The sheers evened out really nicely and cover all three areas of the spectrum for where most lean for French Manicure bases.

I thought they were all really vibrant, rich colors and a great value at just $3.99 at your local CVS, Walgreens, or Milani's website.

DEAL ALERT: Be on the lookout for bottles with a $1 off coupon on them! At $2.99, you just can't pass these up!

What shades of the Color Statement collection nail you be on the lookout for?

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1 comment:

  1. These are terrific, but it would have been nice to see what colours you used on your thumbs. You didn't even mention them, so we don't have any idea what the whole mani looked likely. Love your nails, too.