Friday, November 14, 2014

Milani "Sugar Rush"

Hi guys!  Another Autumn day, and another Autumn polish!  Today I decided to try out Milani's "Sugar Rush" which reminds of of the changing leaves!  Also I have never tried a Milani nail polish before so I was super excited to try it out!

Milani's "Sugar Rush" is a major glitter polish that has white, silver, peach, and light green glitter in a clear base.  The glitters are all pastel and remind me of Autumn because they aren't bright like a lot of glitter polishes.  Formula wise "Sugar Rush" is very watery but with a little patience it was still easy enough to apply.  Since "Sugar Rush" is in a clear base coat I decided to test it out over several different colored cream polishes!

The first polish I decided to try with "Sugar Rush" was Julep "Leah" which is a grass green polish.  I thought that a bright green would pull out the pastel green glitter in Milani's "Sugar Rush" but it didn't.  Instead it showed off the peach colored glitter.  It doesn't look horrible but it wasn't my favorite combination.

If you want more information on Julep's "Leah" here's a post about it from earlier this month:

The second nail polish I decided to try out with "Sugar Rush" was Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear's "White On" which is (obviously) a white nail polish.  This look turned out to be very unique because as I spread the glitter out on my nail it seemed to blend with the white polish to create a layered look.  The way this combination turned out is one of my favorites!

The third and final polish I decided to try with "Sugar Rush" is Essie's "Romper Room" which is a light baby pink polish.  Even though none of the glitter is pink I thought the combination of colored glitter would look nice together.  I really like this combination because the light pink polish really makes the green and orange glitter pop!

Overall I really like Milani's "Sugar Rush" because the glitter colors are such a fun and unique combination.  I will definitely be wearing this polish a lot and I hope to try it out over many more different crème colored base polishes.

Thanks for reading my blog!  :)

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