Nail Polish: New Milani Jewel FX - Fuchsia, Teal, Lavender, Hot Pink, & Red

Thank you Milani for giving me these!  I am not really a fan of glitter items, mostly cause how it's such a pain to remove it (foil trick FTW!), but I was fine with these.
Listed from left to right:
  • Lavender
  • Red
  • Fuchsia
  • Teal
  • Hot Pink
The three from the left, have the Jewel FX logo on it, but the two on the right side do not.  Though they are still part of Milani Cosmetics' Specialty Nail Lacquer Jewel FX family.
When I was looking at all the wonderful nail polishes I have received from them, I knew I had to bang out the Jewel FX polishes first.  The glitters look so gorgeous swirling around inside that bottle.  On their site, the polishes go for $4.99 each.
Milani Jewel FX - Fuchsia
Milani Jewel FX - Red
Milani Jewel FX - Lavender
Milani Jewel FX - Hot Pink
Milani Jewel FX - Teal
Don't they just look gorgeous in the bottles?
These were only one coat, to show how it would look when you first apply it.  I actually prefer it this way than having a massive amount in one brush.  You could build up on these chunky glitters!  I love how the Fucshia, Lavender, and Teal are.  They have large and small glitter particles in it.
This was two coats of the polish, and I am in total awe with it.  They look gorgeous glistening in direct SoCal sunlight, or well what sunlight I had at the time haha.
  • Fucshia - large and small particles of fucshia glitters
  • Red - large red glitter
  • Lavender - large and small particles of lavender glitters
  • Hot Pink - large hot pink glitter with a mixture of silver holo graphics
  • Teal - a mixture of chunky blue, teal, & silver holo glitter with small glitter particles
So I took the two polishes that I liked the most and threw it over a random polish that I also received from Milani.
The base color is another new nail polish from them.  It's called Mint Candy, which I will post later on this week about it.  Super gorgeous color!  The Jewel FX I picked was Lavender and Teal.  My middle finger was a mixture of the two of them on one nail.  So you could totally combine glitter coats!

A great item to pick up if you're a chunky glitter lover!  These will look killer with a matte top coat polish over it!  You'll see me doing that in the future!

Thank you for stopping by, and I hope you have a wonder polisholic day <3