|Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Seven Shades and Base Coat|
Recently, Sally Hansen expanded the Complete Salon Manicure line. In the glorious bounty of colors from this exceptional performing nail polish are quite a few wonderful possibilities, including tempting new ones to set off a tan from gorgeous pale takes on pink, peach, and beige to lively bright colors of the rainbow like the ones I want to share with you.
824 Cur-Tan Call leaves just a blush of a peach tan on your nails, which would be striking with a suntan. However, natural girls would love how it gives your hands a clean, simple elegance in a formula that won’t let you down easily despite your daily chores and all you put your hands through. This is more of a sheer color so I suggest two coats and the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Base Coat, which is a must, especially whenever using extremely pale colors or if you have ridges like mine.
|This is 824 Cur-Tan Call.|
340 Sweet Talker is a delicate pink that is close in color to 220 Arm Candy, only this is a fragile peach tone to that tender pink. Imagine how that paleness will compliment and contrast against burnished skin to make most of your nails.
821 Tutu Pretty is one of my new favorites with how this multicolored, light bronzed pink can shimmer with soft violet undertones.
|This is Tutu Pretty!|
400 Get Juiced is a perky and bright peachy-pink. This shade is one of those colors you find in all your flowered dresses, blouses, and summer skirts to accent them nicely.
|Here I modeled 400 Get Juiced.|
430 Rosy Outlook is a medium pink-violet that looks lovely with the way it makes drab nails bloom with color.
These nail polish colors are just the beginning of what other stunning possibilities await. I just know I love the ease of application, the added strength it gives my nails, and how long Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure line can survive without chipping!
Have you tried the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure line yet and checked out the new shades? Do pick these up before you go on vacation this summer.
*Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*