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Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Makes Glamorous Nails Easy

By Sheila Arkee

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure nail polish has completely spoiled me.

When it comes down to doing my nails, I’ve never been I’ve never been particularly graceful when it comes to applying nail polish, so when I tried this polish which has a wider brush for ease of application, I was completely sold on that alone.

The colors are vibrant and while I applied them with a base and top coat, you don’t need to, as this formula is a base coat, strengthener, growth treatment, rich color, and top coat in one. The longevity of the polish was impressive, with only minor chipping around the cuticles when I removed it a week later. The polish lasted well around the edges of my nails, which is a huge bonus.

I tried Shrimply Devine…

And Good to Grape …

For $7.99 this polish is a great value with a wide variety of color choices , and I have to admit I don’t enjoy polishing my nails with any other kind of brush anymore! You can find Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure at Ulta.

*Products provided for consideration. Opinions are my own.

  • http://mynewestaddiction.com Laura MyNewestAddiction

    I love the colors you chose! Those would be amazing together in some form of nail art! <3

  • http://lolassecretbeautyblog.blogspot.com lola seicento

    Both of those colors are simply gorgeous!

  • Wendy

    Sally Hansen is my all time favorite nail polish brand. The I find that regardless of the color the Complete Salon Manicure polishes are really consistent with their formulas, unlike other brands that are hit and miss with their formulas (Essie…)

  • Sheila – Painted Ladies

    Thanks, Ladies – I am beyond impressed and honestly, would never have thought I would be. This is good stuff! Essie has always been hit or miss for me, too. I love opaque polish and never had much luck with their most popular shades like Mademoiselle!

  • http://libbyspinkvanity.com Kimberly

    I like them too. And their fat brush makes it really easy for me to work with it.

  • Wendy

    Sheer polishes definitely have their place. I think the problem with Essie polishes is that they look so gorgeous and opaque in the bottle and then barely there on the nail. SH has sheer polishes, but the thing is you can tell just by looking at them that they’re sheer.