Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish

Hello! Christmas is coming quickly are you prepared yet? I am all ready but that’s not saying much, really. I didn’t put up the tree or any decorations this year so it doesn’t really feel very festive to me. But that’s kind of appropriate considering 2016 has been the second worst year ever for me (and many others)! Onto some fun now!

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish is a new line of nail polishes that include argan oil. The argan oil is supposed to help with hydrating and nourishing your nails. The line consists of 38 shades so far and they come in a variety of finishes. This line features their flat, rounded brushes, which I really like because they match my nail shape really well.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Shea Dream

Shea Dream

Shea Dream is a light yellow with heavy yellow shimmer. This one is on the thinner, more watery side and even with three thin coats it was uneven. Definitely use a base coat for help with getting it even (I didn’t).

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Bamboost

Bamboost

Bamboost is a deep murky army green creme. This is really nice and smooth and covered in two coats.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Haute Springs

Haute Springs

Haute Springs is a classic red creme. This had a nice creamy formula and covered in two coats.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Reflection Pool

Reflection Pool

Reflection Pool is a blue/purple duochrome with heavy shimmer. You can definitely see the duochrome better in person. This covered in three thin coats.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Indiglow

Indiglow

Indiglow is a deep royal purple shimmer. This is a really gorgeous shade and very glow-y. It covered nicely in two coats.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Good as Blue

Good as Blue

Good as Blue is a deep, dusty denim blue creme. Great formula, very even and smooth with two coats.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Slicks and Stones

Slicks and Stones

Slicks and Stones is a blackened purple with heavy fire-y purple and red/gold shimmer. You can’t see the shimmer color-shift here but it does show up in person. This is two smooth coats.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish

Most of these had a really good formula and I liked the colors, though some weren’t that unique. I am definitely becoming more partial to these larger rounded brushes some brands have out now also because they perfectly fit my nails, so there is much less clean-up after painting them. Love that! My personal favorites here are Indiglow, Reflection Pool and Slicks and Stones.

You can find Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish on their site and in stores now and they are around $8.99 each.

Are you going to try this line out?

-Kelly

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Written by Kelly
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