Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Girly Peach Sandwich

Speaking of mainstream and drugstore brands, this is one that I had almost forgotten about.  They have all the right ingredients, in my opinion, good formula, price and colors.  However, lately I don't see myself reaching for them.  I don't even think I pay too much attention to their stand, when I pass by the nail polish aisle, it just seems to be cornered or just not eye catching enough for me to look at it.  I know I stopped for a while and nothing seemed to impress me, so now I don't even pause.  Well, this one had a big 50% of tag that made me look, and apparently they are changing their bottles so these ones will probably be discontinued.  I'm glad I did because it is perfect for a jelly sandwich.  The formula was not the best on this one, but I already know that matte glitters are tricky to apply.  I really like this combination and I didn't want to take it off, because in real life, they really sparkle.  I think Sugar High has made me regain interest in Milani.  The only pitfall is that the glitters in it are very thirsty, and you must use lots of topcoat to smooth them out.  If you have been reading my blog for a while, then you know that I use Poshe Fast Drying Basecoat under my topcoat for glitters like these.  I should probably do a review.







Layering Order:
Chanel Protective Basecoat/OPI Nail Envy
1 coat Nfu Oh JS09
1 coat Milani Sugar High
1 coat Nfu Oh JS09
1 coat Milani Sugar High
2 coats Poshe Fast Drying Basecoat
Glisten & Glow HK Girl Topcoat

4 comments:

  1. Ooooh this is so pretty!!! I've been debating getting that Milani and I feel like I just need to have it. Please, yes, do a review on that base coat! I'm definitely curious.

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  2. What a nice glittery polish - it looks good :-)

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