Review of Aimeili 127 Rosa Multiflora Gel Polish

I’ve been drowning in gel polishes, and I’m nowhere near finished! I can’t say that I mind because gel does such a good job at protecting my nails, and I’ve had the opportunity to try a ton of different brands over the past few months, but I’m still loving Aimeili for their color selection.

Today’s featured polish is color 127 Rosa Multiflora from Aimeili. It is a full coverage glitter polish unlike others that I have seen. This one has a blue toned pink metallic foil flake finish and uses a pink jelly base to cover up any spots that the glitter might have missed. It’s very shiny and reflective, and you can tell that there is a ton of glitter in the formula based on the bottle shot alone.


The color around the rim of the bottle is more accurate to what the color of the polish is.

You get 10 mL of polish in the bottle, and it comes in Aimeili’s standard packaging. A sticker with the color of the polish is affixed to the top of the handle so you can tell what hue is inside.


Also included is an informational leaflet with instructions and tips as shown below:



As mentioned previously, the glitter content of this polish is pretty dense, but you will still need to apply 2 thin coats of polish to get full coverage. This polish is a little on the thick side because of the glitter, but if you warm up the bottle in your hands, it makes the formula a little easier to apply. Each layer cures in 60 seconds in a 36W UV/LED lamp.


2 coats of 127 Rosa Multiflora from Aimeili were applied for this swatch.

You can see how shiny the polish is, and it has a distinctive crumpled foil look, even though the surface is completely smooth. I decided to pair it with some flowers done with creme polishes to take advantage of the contrast of finishes.


The staying power for this polish depends on how thin you applied the formula and if you prepared your nail surfaces correctly. Aimeili gels typically stay put with no lifting, chipping, or peeling for over 2 weeks when you follow their application instructions. Removal also goes by the book where the polish can be soaked in pure acetone for 10 minutes before using a tool to scrape away the excess.

Do you have any colors that you’d love to see me try? Let me know in the comments!

Diamond rating: ♦♦♦♦♦ (5/5)

If you are interested in purchasing this gel polish (retail price is $6.99 USD), the link for the item is below. Happy polishing!

*Disclosure: As an Amazon associate, I may earn from qualifying purchases.

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