If you've been to a drugstore recently, I'm sure you've come across a whole slew of new and reformulated shades from the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure line. With spring right around the corner, I'm going to show you a few different ways you can celebrate the warmer weather with one of my favorite brands.
Quintessentially spring, pastels are the perfect way to embrace the sunshine. In varying hues and finishes, pastels are soft, office friendly, and extremely feminine. My personal go-to colors, pastels are flattering on everyone.
One of the newly released colors, Jaded surprised me as being a jelly. This slightly greyed out mint is soft and delicate, but not terribly opaque. This took 3 coats to build up but if you're like me an like your colors rich and nontransparent, I'd recommend using this for a fresh, springy jelly sandwich.
Neutrals work all year long -- the trick is finding what colors work best for your skin tone. Slightly more pigmented than straight up nude polishes, neutrals are typically warmer toned hues that have a grey or brown base and subtly match any outfit.
Commander in Chic
This class CSM shade was an absolute joy to apply. Rich, pigmented, and opaque in 3 coats, I loved how the purple tones worked with my skin tone. I seriously can't believe I never tried this polish before!
When I think classic polish, my mind instantly goes to red. From bright, tomato crellies to rich cherry cremes, reds instantly makes a girl feel like a woman. For spring, I recommend orange-toned reds for a flirty, sexy pop to an everyday look.
All Fired Up
Can you say hot? A bright, mandarin-toned red crelly, All Fired Up instantly brings you from winter to spring. Application was perfection in 2 easy coats.
When I think glitter, I think youthful. Spring is the perfect time to whip out the spriteliness in all of us, and glitter is an easy way to do it! Try glitters with bright bases for some extra pizzazz.
Another newly released shade, Mermaid's Tale is funky mix of blue and green hex glitter in a thick, blue jelly base. This polish doesn't skimp on the glitter so I was able to get glitter exactly where I wanted it on the nail; however, because the base was so thick, I need three coats to get the blue leveled. I surprisingly really like this!
How do you plan on celebrating spring this year?
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