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Pink is one of those colors that I like but think I can’t wear for some reason. It might be because my skin tone’s so light that I think pink just blends in. But let me introduce you to a pink that I think anyone, including myself, can pull off: Milani Digital!
The color is more of a rose with a tinge of purple than a baby pink, which is really flattering on many skin tones. Also, there are glitter flakes offering a reflection of hues – so the nail polish looks different depending on the light! Come see why this Milani Digital nail polish is now my favorite pink.
Milani Digital Swatches & Pictures
*~* 3 Coats – Flash – Top Coat *~*
*~* 3 Coats – Natural Light – Top Coat *~*
*~* 3 Coats – Artificial Light – Top Coat *~*
- √ Unique 3D Holographic effect
√ Color shifts
- Name: Milani Digital
- Amount: 0.45fl. oz. or 13.2ml
- What I Paid: $4.49 US
- Price Per Unit: $9.98/fl. oz. or $0.34/ml
- Other Milani 3D Holographic Collection Colors Available: HD, 3D, Cyberspace, Hi-Tech, Hi-Res
- Where to Buy: Cherry Culture, CVS, Milani website, other in-store & online nail salons
Milani 3D Holographic Digital Review
Milani 3D Holographic Digital is one slick color. The rosy shade is primp and pretty, but the holo effect adds such a cool attitude. It’s both neutral and special at the same time.
And the glitters… oh, the glitters! They’re so pretty to look at. Whenever I stare at my nails with this color on, I feel like I’m staring at the stars in space. There is a lot of depth to Milani Digital nail lacquer, but not as much when compared to the others in the 3D Holographic Collection. That might be because the glitter colors don’t contrast as much with the base pink.
As with the rest of the collection, Milani Digital features Holographic Image Technology. This is supposed to offer a rainbow holo effect. In fact, Milani claims you can see seven distinctive colors traveling across the nail. While I can’t see all seven colors all the time, they’re really there! It’s sooo pretty to look at. For some reason, the holo effect is more apparent indoors than outdoors with Milani Digital unless there’s really strong sunlight. But that’s fine by me since most of my day is spent inside anyway.
Milani Digital is such a breeze to apply. The brush offers precise application, and the formula practically applies itself. Even if you get too much on the brush, the polish evens itself out on the nail, giving you perfectly smooth results every time. It’s not goopy, gunky or tacky at all!
One coat of this polish won’t do you any good though. It’s very sheer, and you won’t get any of the holo effects. Two is OK, but if you wear three, you’ll really get the depth of the glitters.
It dries super fast, too! I’m usually not a Night Swatcher, but I painted my nails with Milani Digital before sleep. I applied three coats of this, went to bed within an hour and woke up to pretty nails. I didn’t apply a top coat until the next day because the one I normally use (Sephora by OPI Top Coat) takes forever to dry, and I knew I’d wake up to sheet marks if I applied it that night.
Final Verdict: 8.9/10
There are so many good things about Milani Digital that I’m really looking forward to trying more nail polishes by this brand.
What do you think of this color? What’s your fave shade from the 3D Holographic collection?