Tuesday, July 26, 2011

MILANI NEON - FRESH TEAL

First off, as I'm sure you can tell from the pictures, the bottles are painted. That is why my nails color looks different. I personally don't like painted bottles, I like to see exactly the color that is inside the bottle for that reason alone, the colors aren't exact.

That being said, I do like the color Fresh Teal. This applied very nice with only 2 coats. Like most neons, it dried to a matte finish. The pictures shown are with top coat.







4 comments:

rock-or-not said...

Great blue too!!
Love it!

FOREVER '92 said...

This blue looks great, I don't like when a bottle it painted either.

yummy411 said...

i didn't get any of these because of the painted bottles =(

Lucy said...

I wouldn't mind the painted bottle if it was true to color. Love that pretty turquoise. Looks fantastic on you.

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