Another new line from Sally Hansen has recently sprouted and I have four swatches from the Color Frenzy Collection of wild and funky topcoats. Take a look.
A clear jelly topper, Fruit Spritz is comprised of Baby pink, orange, yellow, navy, and pastel lime matte circle glitters. While a little difficult to place in one stroke, dabbing these -- as I did over white here -- really worked out best to get an even spread of glitter over the nail. I'd recommend dabbing two to three times over each nail to get optimal coverage.
Spark & Pepper
Layered over black, Spark & Pepper looked like shattered disco ball pieces on the nail. A mix of silver microglitter and larger holographic shard glitter, S&P spread really evenly in one to two coats to get the look swatched above.
A lime green jelly flushed with paler lime green glitter and holographic microglitter really shone over Sinful Colors Curry Up. There's a toxic swamp feel to this combination that makes me think that if Kermit bathed in this, he'd come out with superpowers. While not quite "me," definitely a cool look I can girls rocking this summer.
Do I even need to say it? Candy Drops is my favorite of the bunch! A soft rose pink jelly with pale pink circle, bar, and holographic microglitter, layered over Orly Flawless Flush, Candy Drops came alive. The softness is more apparent in person when you can't make out the exact nature of the glitter and just see sparkly pink flash before your eyes. Either way, this is a winner in my book. Love this!
The Sally Hansen Color Frenzy Collection is available now.
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