This is Posh Plum, another of the three Sally Hansen Xtreme Wears from my impulse purchasing. You know I love a good hot pink. This one was a little purpler than pictured, but still super bright. Definitely a new favorite.
I was in a terrible mood and I thought maybe a new color would get my butt back into gear. So I turned to Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear. It’s my favorite for emergency situations because it goes on thick and is less than $3 a bottle. I found this one and kinda fell in love. It’s called Mint Sorbet and it made it hard to stop looking at my nails.
The standard procedure for ombre nails is base color, sponging, top color. On these, I liked the effect after sponging so much that I didn’t bother with the top color. The base color here is Sarah by Zoya and the gold sponged on is Golden-I by Sally Hansen. With a silver instead of gold, this might be the perfect Christmas party manicure.
Jolie en Rose by Sally Hansen. It looks like Nicki Minaj threw up on my nails and I kind of love it. I couldn’t get a photo that showed how super neon this pink is. Very 80s.
I was going through the polish cabinet and nothing felt right or exciting. I kept thinking “I want brighter!” So eventually I just gave up and decided to go big.
Two coats of maybe the sparkliest thing in my stash, Mattesse Elite’s Seduction. It’s pure glitter, but surprisingly colorful. There’s little spots of red and orange and blue and it’s stunning in the sunlight. Cheered me to death. For a slightly more restrained take, here’s a speed manicure I did for Chelle, two coats of Seduction on the tip of two coats of Sally Hansen’s Blue It.
Went to CVS for stuff (wine and scotch tape, single girl life!) and fell in love with this color. Air from the Sally Hansen Smooth Perfect line. It’s a ridge filler, so it’s super thin (this photo is three coats), but so worth it. However, I still felt like it was missing something. So I busted out my white nail art pen and…