The collection features 5 Cremes and a Sprinkle Topcoat!
Coat 1:Coat 2:
Almond Bliss is a off-white creme. I used 2 coats for full coverage. I was not thrilled with the formula of Almond Bliss it was a bit uneven, though seemed to end up decently after 2-3 coats.
Creamy PistachioCoat 1:
Creamy Pistachio is a light mint creme. I used 2 coats for full coverage. Like Almond Breeze, Creamy Pistachio was not the easiest to work with, a bit uneven and almost thick at times.
Mint ChipCoat 1:
Mint Chip is a brighter green creme. I used 2 coats for full coverage. I had less issues with Mint Chip, the formula was smoother and a bit more even.
Strawberry ShakeCoat 1:
Strawberry Shake is a medium pastel pink creme with the slightest hint of shimmer. I used 3 coats for full opacity. As you can see by the first 2 coats, the formula was not spectacular, but everything evened out by the third coat.
Coat 1:Coat 2:
Raspberry Delight is a brighter darker pink with the faintest shimmer. I used 2 coats for full coverage and found the formula decent to work with, but a bit uneven.
Sprinkles is a gorgeous combination of small white and black circle glitter, larger hexes, bar glitter and more! I LOVE both 1 and 2 coats of Sprinkles. This kind of polish has been popular among indies and I haven't been fortunate enough to get my hands on one. But I adore this combination of glitters and think there are endless possibilities. I didn't have to fish for glitter and it applied like a dream!
My favorite of this collection was the Sprinkles top coat effect, I am very excited to add it to my polish collection! Overall, some of the formulas were difficult to work with, though I worked with some of them again after these initial swatches and did not have as many issues with application.
Milani Polishes are DBP, Toluene & Formaldehyde Free and retail for $4.49 for the cremes and $4.99 for the Sprinkles top coat at various drugstores.
*Products were provided for review by Milani. All opinions are my own.*