Am I late in posting these swatches or what?
This collection was not all that thrilling, the only really interesting item was the gradated blush, but the polishes were all right so I picked them up, too.
There are four very crème colours, each in a 10 ml (.33 fl. oz.) bottle, with a fairly wide flat, yet thick, brush with a rounded tip. Any wider and the brush wouldn’t have worked on my pinkie nails.
Pardon the changing backgrounds, please. I didn’t swatch them all on one day and forgot that I hadn’t gone back to the pink at first.
essence Miami Roller Girl 01 Bienvenido A Miami
A very bright yellow crème, sunny and cheerful, it’s moderately opaque and requires three coats.
The first coat was very patchy and Bienvenido A Miami required all three coats to get completely even. It also didn’t level too well.
This is Bienvenido A Miami in two coats without top coat:
And this is Bienvenido A Miami in three coats with top coat:
essence Miami Roller Girl 02 Miami P’Ink
This vibrant pink crème has hint of coral in the bottle, but it doesn’t really translate to the nail. Two thick or three thin coats are opaque.
Miami P’Ink is rather thick, but applies nicely. The second coat was pretty much perfect.
Here’s Miami P’Ink in two coats with top coat:
essence Miami Roller Girl 03 Four Wheel Drive
Four Wheel Drive is a warm medium pink crème, very dense and opaque in two coats.
I found this polish to be very smooth and even, a dream to apply. Love it.
This i Four Wheel Drive s in two coats with top coat:
essence Miami Roller Girl 04 Miami Heat
Miami Heat is a orange crème, not too bright, but still a happy shade. This is easily the least opaque polish, I needed four coats to get this fully opaque.
It’s a bit thinner than the other polishes and very smooth. I had no problems with this one.
This is Miami Heat in two coats without top coat:
And this is Miami Heat in four coats with top coat:
I’d call these colours staples, if not basics. The pinks applied very nicely, and the yellow and orange weren’t half bad, either.