Milani Fierce Foil Nail Polish Collection swatches, review

Tuesday, February 3, 2015


I have the new Milani Fierce Foil Nail Lacquer to share with you today. Vibrant colors that are laced with genuine gold. There are six fiercely pigmented shades named for Italian cities.

Milani has affordable polishes that are quality and infused with color and shine. These polishes are no exception. The gold flecks add depth, dimension and a slight texture. They apply relatively easily and the gold flecks rest flat against the nail. They are a bit on the sheer side. I used three coats and a top coat for all of the swatches.

Capri is a vivid bright pink with gold flecks. This fun petal pink is sure to be an eye-catcher. 


Milani Capri

Florence is a fun sage green shade. It's infused with gold flecks that give the polish depth and texture. This one is probably one of the most textured of the collection.
 
Milani Florence

Milan is a dazzling shimmery gold flaked polish. This rich polish is sure to be perfect for those sun-drenched days, or those moonlit nights.
 
Milani Milan

Rome is a brushed orchid shade that has smaller gold flakes that the other polishes in the collection. It is extremely smooth and the color is gorgeous.
 
Milani Rome

Sardina is a sheer ivory white with light and gold flakes. It is quite ethereal in its appearance and would look great with one coat over a white base.
 
Milani Sardina

Venice is a stunning navy blue with shimmer and flakes. This rich blue shade is a classic.
 
Milani Venice

These polishes, although on the sheer side, are easy to apply and the third coat of polish definitely makes them pop. Try them over a complementary shade and you have several looks from one polish. 

These Milani Fierce Foil nail polishes are available at most drugstores (Walgreens, CVS) for $3.99 or online at milanicosmetics.com.

 
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This polish was provided to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note that computer monitors may display colors differently.  

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