Above & Below: Melt in the Sun is a deep amber gold shade with both lighter and darker versions of the base color found in the glitter. This shade is more amber than gold and all three of these covered very well in 2 coats.
Below: Metal Gear is a vivid copper hue bordering on a burnt orange color. This one has both copper and gold glitter.
Below: In the bottle, Melt With U looked to me like a brick red shade, but once applied, it's a beautiful candy apple red with red shimmer.
Nice job, Milani! All three of these shades are very pigmented and were almost opaque with just one coat. My camera and the indoor lighting I'm using isn't picking up the detail of this glitter, so let me see if I can explain it a little better. It seems to look more like a diffused glitter or even a crushed glitter, because it blends into the base more than a lot of glitters do. It's very fine glitter and in real life, Melt With U's glitter is somewhat less obvious, possible because it only contain the same color of glitter as the base, whereas the other two shades appear to have bi-colored glitter. The formula was just the right consistency, perhaps even slightly on the thin side. Billed as metallic shades, they are also somewhat foil-like, but with zero brush strokes--always a good thing! These have excellent coverage, dried a bit faster than average, and have a somewhat unique finish. Next up, and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the clouds blow over, are the other three shades in this collection.
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