During my stop at the nail supply store 2 weeks ago, these were some of the polishes I picked up. They were sitting on display at the checkout counter and the colors really caught my eyes.
I've never heard of the brand before so I asked the cashier how they were in comparison to OPI. He said they're to be better than OPI. Now you know I gotta try it out now with that said! There was about 10 shades the store currently carries and I picked up 5.
After further research, I learned that MT is owned by the same company that owns Gelish; a well known gel polish brand.
Birthday Suit. I would describe this as "bone beige" lol. It looks greige in the picture though, don't it? The formula was thick/goopy and application was streaky...this one is a hot mess! It took me about 4 coats to even everything out. However, I do like the glossy finish of a top coat without a top coat. You get it?? LOL
Mint Chocolate Chip.
This is your typical mint creme shade. Again, the formula was thick and application was streaky. Swatch below is of 3 coats.
Lost in Paradise.
This is a blue/green/teal creme. This formula was thin unlike the first 2 polishes. It was streaky upon initial application but once you layer on the 2nd coat...it's even and opaque.
West Coast Cool.
This is a vibrant blue cream. Formula and application is same as the previous shade.
It's My Party.
This is a multi-colored glitter polish. The glitters are not too big or too small. They seem to be the same size for the most part. I did wear this shade over Lost in Paradise and West Coast Cool but I forgot to take a picture. I can say that this glitter polish is very easy to take off with polish remover :) and the glitters are not that chunky at all but will require at least 1 good coat of top coat.
Overall, I'm not impressed. The colors are beautiful but formula and application can be improved; especially, the quality of the brush. I do like the fact that the polish dries quickly and the finish is nice enough to where you can skip putting on a top coat, if you didn't have the time. Now I will have to wear it more to test the longevity of each shade.