Monday, July 17, 2017

Make Most of Your Nails This Summer! –These Flattering Neutral Shades of Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polishes (#230, #310, #180, #200) Review

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Check out these caring neutrals nail shades from Sally Hansen's Color Therapy for summer.


If you want to try some perfect nail polish shades for summer, the choices could be endless.  The best way to narrow down the number is to seek out ones that can do more for your nails than just beautify them with color.  Sally Hansen’s Color Therapy Nail Polish line is a prime example because it does more than pretty them up by nourishing with natural argan, acia and evening primrose oils to improve nail condition.

Though the current trend is the eye-popping, bright colors of blues, greens, teals, magenta, raspberries, wild canary yellows, etc., I think pale neutrals can never go out of style.  Colors like #230 Sheer Nirvana, #180 Chai on Life, #310 Couple’s Massage, and #200 Powder Room can dress up a tan just as easily for those that prefer a classic look.

#230 Sheer Nirvana is a delicate pink.  It was extremely sheer and took three coats before I got the degree of color I was striving for.

#180 Chai on Life is a nude with some taupe to it.  This one covered better to give me a nice finish in just two coats.

#310 Couple’s Massage is another pale, shimmering peach shade.  It is a bit sheer and takes a few coats, but is simply gorgeous once you finish.

#200 Powder Room is a pearlescent pink-nude color.  Two coats of this can make hands look ever so graceful.

To preserve their beauty, I suggest  the Sally Hansen Color Therapy Top Coat to stretch out their wear.  Find Color Therapy wherever you shop for Sally Hansen.

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