Good evening everyone! I wanted to jump back on and share a lovely little collection with you. Morgan Taylor release a 4-piece mini set called Fight Like A Lady for Breast Cancer Awareness month. This set has a pink for everyone - the barely there, the sparkly, the classy and the bright! I enjoyed all 4 of them too! I browsed around the Morgan Taylor site and didn't see this set, but I did see the full size bottles of each of the 4 colors in this post so you have the option to get those for now. And as a matter of fact the site Morgan Taylor links to for buying online has all 4 of these shades on sale for $6.50 each and a 15% off code - TREAT15 - to use until 10/31! Nice deal! Are you ready? Let's jump in and check out the polish then.
Up first I have Sweet Surrender, an extremely sheer, soft pink jelly. You will have visible nail line with this but I think that's the point. I actually think it creates a "your nails but better" effect. Look how bright and clean my nails look! The formula and application were both great. I used 2 coats of Sweet Surrender and no topcoat.
Sweetest Thing is the blingy sister of the bunch. Its a metallic pink glitter in a clear base (actually the base is ever so slightly tinted pink) that you can wear alone or over a base color. I chose to sponge Sweetest Thing onto my tips and as a full accent nail. I did this over Sweet Surrender. I love how it turned out! The glitter applied easily and heavily. I only needed to sponge on one layer for full coverage. I finished up with a layer of topcoat.
Lip Service is a vivid bubblegum pink creme. This baby is fairly bright and to me bright is happy. This one had a great formula that evened out nicely in 2 coats. Just to ensure I didn't have any visible nail line I ended up slapping on a 3rd coat but it was unnecessary. I finished with a layer of topcoat.
Prettier In Pink is a "watermelon pink creme." What a gorgeous and vibrant color! This is another that really makes me happy just to look at it. The formula and application were both awesome. Creamy and opaque in 2 coats. I finished with a layer of topcoat.