I purchased the six new gold label Sugar Rush Polish Collection from Milani which is available now in the permanent display at CVS. Clearly the trend for spring 2014 is glitter top coats and there are plenty to choose from however I did see a difference in the Milani versus the other brands and that would be the color choices.
For the most part I was satisfied with these top coats but there are two which I can live without. The two I could live without are Sugar Cane and Sugar Rush, they look better in the bottle than on the nail and after using both of them. Sugar Cane reminds me of Sinful Colors Tinsel N’ice, and Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat. So far the only brand which has done the fuzzy top coat right is Sally Hansen. Sugar Rush will be good for glitter placement.
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Sugar Coated is a lime green glitter mix in round, multi sized hex glitter and bar glitter with a hint of small holographic gold glitter.
Sugar High is a mix of round glitter in light blue, dark blue, peach, lime green, bronze, and silver.
Sugar Rush is a hex matte glitter mix in lime green light pink, yellow and holographic silver.
Sugar Cane is a bar glitter in blue and pink bar glitter with different sized white hex glitter.
Sugar Rim is a matte glitter in a medium round light blue, with smaller round lime green, bronze and black with holographic fragments.
Sugar Burst is a pink glitter mix with multi sized pink hex glitter, pink bar glitter and a holographic hex.
Painted nails are happy nails!