I knew that I'd need some base colors so I wouldn't have to use too many coats of these beauties, so I went digging in my stash and found 2 Milanis that seemed good for the job. They were both brighter than the jelly bases in the Haze Glazes but that was toned down once the mani was finished.
Milani Orchidia, Haze Glaze Blossoms and Flutter, Milani Mint Candy.
I was suprised at how much I liked the 2 colors at one time. I tried 2 accent nails and like that much better as well!
Look at the different glitters!
Awkward thumb pic to show how cool the 2 accent nails look together!
Orly Nail Defense
2 coats of each Milani base colors
2 coats of each Haze Glaze
2 coats of Cult Nails Wicked Fast
The butterflies in Flutter weren't that hard to get out of the bottle, just needed a few dips of the brush for some nails to get lucky and have a butterfly on the brush to apply. I have very rounded nails so it needed 2 coats of normal top coat to sink the edges of the wings but the jelly base helped a lot with that. Flutter was much more sheer than Blossoms.
Blossoms was a more opaque base that didn't even need 2 coats. You can see how much more glitter there was on the nail as well. I am definitely loving these polishes--my very first Haze Glazes! I can see myself buying more in the future!
So what do you think? The glitters in these make both polishes LE so make sure you check out Hazel's Facebook and Etsy shop to see when you can grab your own before it's too late. Thanks for reading!