I love going to the salon and getting my nails done but I can’t always afford it. Between finding the time to go and the $30-$40 per manicure, I usually just do my own nails at home. I have a lot of different nail polish brands that I use but my favorite ones are always Sally Hansen. I was really excited to try their new line: Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure.
This new polish has seven benefits of a salon manicure all in one bottle. You get a base coat, strengthener, growth treatment, salon-inspired color, top coat, chip-resistance and a gel finish for a flawless look. The polish is supposed to last up to 10 days. I was sent 4 of the latest colors: Please Sea Me ( teal color), So Much Fawn (mauve), Shell We Dance (light pink), and I Lilac You (lavender). The colors are so beautiful!
So far I’ve tried two of the colors. I used the Please Sea Me for a pedicure. I usually put the more bright and fun colors on my toes. I love the color! It will be perfect for summer. I’ve had the color on for about a week now and I haven’t experienced any chips. The polish goes on really nicely and it dried fairly quickly.
The second color I used was the So Much Fawn. I used it for my manicure. The color is really pretty and classic. This is a great spring color. My favorite part about the nail polish is the actual brush. It is flat with a rounded tip so it fits right in the middle of your nail. I only had to do two strokes and the polish completely covered my nail. I hardly got any on the skin around my nail. So that is really nice. The polish did start chipping after the second day. I use my hands a lot at work and deal with sticky adhesive so I think that is why it didn’t last as long.
All in all, I love the polish. The colors are great and I like that you only have to deal with one bottle. No more base and top coats with the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure. Check out all the colors that are in this new collection. They have some gorgeous ones for every outfit and it’s a lot cheaper then going to the salon. You’ll look great and still have money to spare.