Milani Texture Collection features six bright and bold shades with the new and revolutionary texture that every lacquer brand is jumping to produce- Sand texture. OPI has Liquid Sand, Zoya has Pixie Dust, and Milani has Texture. Milani’s texture polish are generally bright, bold, and work well in one coat (most, not all).
Yellow Mark- bright yellow. Works well with one coat.
Aqua Splash- blue based aqua. This one I found to be a tad watery, so I used two coats instead of one. I did one coat on my middle and pinky finger and two coats on my index and ring finger.
Shady Gray- medium gray. This one is cute and reminds me a concrete in color and finish. Works well with one coat.
Purple Streak- medium purple. This one works REALLY well with one coat.
Tainted Red- orange based red. Works well with two coats but beware, it stains the nails red.
Spoiled in Fuchsia- pink toned raspberry color. This one, like Aqua Splash is a tad watery and works best with two coats.
Unlike the other two brands, Milani Texture Coat has no glitter in any of the lacquers from the collection. So now you have a little bit of variety in your quest for the sandy-textured polish.
Milani Textured Creams will retail for $4.99. This collection is limited edition and will be available at Meijer, Walgreens, HEB, Fred Meyer, and milanicosmetics.com starting in March.