*Three fingers up*
Hey y’all, 3 down with many more to go. I’m bring back from the memory back these textured finish polishes by Sally Hansen. I was so excited to have these, again back when textured finish was all the rage (not saying it’s not still cause I’ll still rock them). I promise you that textured finish polishes are not all that I’ll be posting!!
Do tell, did you buy these? If so, how’d they do your nails lol!
Stay tuned for WBW #4 and thanks for reading!!
So I’m finally making some time to swatch the newly released @sally_hansen X @crayola collab, I’m not too late!! These are available for purchase at Walgreens & Kmart (where I got mine). They retail for $4.99.
There’s nothing unique about the colors but the formula is a 2-coater; one coater if you put a lot on the brush.
There are 12 shades in this collection, I purchased only 4 (somebody better be proud of me)!!
Give nostalgia a round of applause!!
Today I wanna show you all a comparison of the new formula for an old polish by Sally Hansen, Pacific Blue to be specific.
This formula went from a creamy quickly opaque polish to a sheer at first jelly shimmer polish. I pickled these up from Ulta and they’re actually 50% off.
Good morning, how do?
How am I doing? I’m doing the necessary to make it to Friday :), we are one step closer!! Today on my nails I’m wearing a polish from Sally Hansen’s Triple Shine Palm Beach Jellies collection. You can find these at CVS, Walgreens and I’ve seen them at Walmart for $4.57.
If you’re into jelly polishes then these will win you over. I’ve been a creme girl for so long I decided to branch out. I’ve got on “Jell-ous?”, it’s very very thin. You will see below I’ve applied 3 coats and look how sheer it is!
The glitter I’m using is by China Glaze from their 2014 Surprise collection, this one is called “I’m a Go Glitter”. I found this to be the perfect match for it with the jelly being a similar color to the burgundy glitter.
Here is my current mani! I must say that my faith has been restored in Sally Hansen textured polishes. I bought one when they first released and the quality of “Sour Apple” was a let down. But feast your eyes upon this one….. What I did with this is let the first coat completely dry and then applied a second coat.
So yes that’s my Sugar fix for the day.
I used three different shades, I started to do the Ombré nail trend but I didn’t feel like it anymore. Here I used OPI “Planks A Lot”, Orly “Charged Up” and Sally Hansen “Lacy Lilac”. Lastly, on my accent nail i drew a few music notes which were very easy using a dotting tool and a nail art brush for the lines. Pretty simple!
So lately I’ve been getting Sally Hansen stickers for the low, then when I’m ready to get jiggy wit it it’s like they’ve expired!! For the low I mean at least $4 less. I got this polka dot style from tjmaxx along with 2 others. I used a lil help from Nicki Minaj and her OPI Pink Friday collabo for my middle finger. I love OPI lacquer, they don’t disappoint.
……and the lust continues…..