After being impressed with Frill Seeker, I had high hopes for Sally Hansen Miracle Gel and tried out Rosey Riviter next. This is shade has been available for at least a few years. Right out of the bottle, I could tell that the formula was not quite as nice as the nude Frill Seeker. The polish is not sheer itself but does not apply as evenly as Frill Seeker. The pink would probably not be my top choice in colour but if you are looking for pinks, the touch of peach makes it very wearable.
Swatches of Sally Hansen Miracle Gel in Rosey Riviter
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel in Rosey Riveter
With two coats of Sally Hansen Miracle Gel in Rosey Riviter, you can see some of the sheerness and leveling issues. It benefits from a third coat of colour.
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Rosey Riviter – two coats plus top coat in shade
Rosey Riviter stamped with Hit The Bottle Drop Red Gorgeous and Born Pretty Store BP-L001 stamping plate
The Sally Hansen Miracle Gel top coat is really nice, but it will pull on stamping
- Coats required: 3x Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Frill Seeker & 1 x Sally Hansen Miracle Gel top coat
- Dry time: decent, thin coats are dry by the time you are done both hands and ready for the next coat
- Wear time: good but not as good as some shades from the line
- Issues: Rosey Riviter does not level as well as many other shades in the collection. Needs three coats for full opacity
- Buy It: Available at most drug stores and Walmart. Priced at $8-10 depending on store and sales.