Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Nail Color for Spring 2010 Swatches and Review
Hey there people of the world!
Today I’ve got yet another new collection from Sally Hansen, but this time it’s from their Insta-Dri line. I only got 4 of the colors, since the others I saw didn’t appeal to me that much. Not sure how many new ones there are but I’m guessing between 6-8 total.
As you may know these are polishes made to be pretty opaque and dry super quick, and they don’t disappoint in those areas. These were all 2 coats and dried very quickly. My only complaint is that the brushes on these are very thick and flat and can be hard to get used to for some people.
Sorry for the sad state of affairs my cuticles are in here, but I had been swatching for hours at this point, and they were feelin’ the pain!
Lickety-Split Lime is a bright lime green creme. This isn’t neon, but it’s extremely bright. I think it actually looked good with my skin tone even with all the yellow in it.
Brisk Blue is a bright sky blue creme. This is a really pretty blue, but I probably have 1 or 2 that are very similar, just not in a quick dry formula.
Mint Sprint is a mint green creme. This is a darker, more blue version of a lot of other mints we have seen lately like RGB Minty or Essie Mint Candy Apple. If you are a fan of teal/mints, this is a good one to add to your collection.
Grape Going! is a iridescent grape purple that flashes blue and pink. This color is GORGEOUS and one of my favorite kinds of purples. I was wearing this the other day and my manager asked me what it was, she loved it! Oh and before you even ask, no, it’s not a dupe for RBL Scrangie.
These were all found at my local Walgreens and were around $5.79 each.