Hi all! I hope you are having a great weekend so far! I’m reviewing some fun Sally Hansen polishes that I received for my honest review.
I went a while this summer without wearing polish and not really taking care of my nails. So I’ve been trying to keep my nails polished and looking good for fall!
Nude nails are definitely an accessory that enhances your complexion but finding the perfect shade can be overwhelming. Sally Hansen has introduced Color Therapy Modern Neutrals, a collection that offers deep jewel hues and flesh tones. The line consist of 6 hues in varying finishes that also help to restore nails without sacrificing luminous color.
The shades from left to right are:
Dusty Plum — Mauve
Pink and Harmony — Iridescent medium pink
Falling Deep — Crimson shimmer
Bronze Reflection — Multi-faceted copper shimmer
Cashmere Calm — Warm buff nude
Diffused Light — Rich cream
I love these different shades of neutral polishes! I love all of these for the fall and winter. The Color Therapy line is so nice. They are great on the nails, and they last a while without chipping.
These can be purchased at mass market retailers.
Sally Hansen says it’s time to liven up those manis with the latest installment to their Miracle Gel lineup featuring the NEW Miracle Gel Color Whirl! It’s an overcoat that creates a marble effect over any Miracle Gel polish, so you’ll still get the great chip resistant gel-like wear you expect, but now with a mesmerizing design!
This innovative formula works with all your favorite classic Miracle Gel shades, or any on-trend seasonal colors to give you a new eye-catching look every time! Miracle Gel Color Whirl is available in two color-transforming “overcoats”, Steam Punk and Marble-ous, that work with the Miracle Gel 2-step system giving you a new salon-inspired look in just one swipe, right in the comfort of your own home!
I received these to test and I find them so interesting. I first applied them like normal nail polish and swiped the brush over my whole nail. It didn’t really work. The polish broke up a little bit but not enough to look marbled. So then I read the instructions and you are supposed to wipe off the excess polish and drag it over the nail in short strokes. That worked. The polish broke up to look more spotty. It’s actually pretty fun to use. I love using the lighter color Marble-ous over a light shade for a cool textured look. The black looks really cool over red!
These are also available at mass market retailers.
Do you wear nail polish? What colors do you like to wear in the fall?