If you’d asked me as a child what my favorite color was, I would have answered blue. Blue has always been my jam.
But if you’d give me a bunch of nail polishes to choose from, I probably would have picked the pretty, bright, light pink one and been a happy little girl!
Today I’m having flashbacks to being that young, with the next round of swatches, of the Milani Color Statement nail polishes – the PINKS!
Doll Face is one of my favorite shades of pink in a bottle. It’s soft, but POW. It’s feminine and sweet. This might be my favorite of all the pinks in this post. Two coats, and it is opaque.
Bombshell is a bubblegum pink and opaque in two coats. I dig how easy these polishes have been to apply as I’ve been experimenting with the line.
Pink Beige is a … pink beige :). My apologies that the photo is so grainy! I noticed something wrong in the swatch photo I was going to use first with this one, and I didn’t have time to retake. But you can see the color here is a mature neutral pink. Two coats!
Hot Pink Rage:
Hot Pink Rage is a very bold watermelon pink! Two coats here. This is one of my favorites, especially for doing nail art!
Cupcake Icing is a pretty purple pink. Shown here in two coats. This is another of my favorites.
Sugar Plum is another standout for me in this set. It’s a gorgeous pink-plum shimmer that is opaque in two coats.
Corrupted Coral is a pretty coral. Not sure why I lumped it in with the pinks. I’m not trying to make you a pink, Corrupted Coral. You be coral! Love who you are! Don’t be more pink than orange, just be you! Anyway, this one is two coats, and another standout!
I’ve made it my mission to leave no new Milani nail polish in my untrieds. So I’m using them, swatching them and really getting to know them. Despite the fact that I haven’t swatched all of them yet, I’ve used almost all of them and I feel confident in saying that I really, really think they’re great. For $3.99, this line is a drug store win for me.
I’ve had success using them in all types of nail art, with nail art brushes or with their own brushes, and they’ve been very well pigmented for it.
Here’s a round-up of my Milani Color Statement coverage:
What do you think about the pinks?! Any that you’re after in this post?!
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