Despite the backlash towards Sally Hansen this week, I still must say they do produce a lot of new product on a constant basis. From their new Triple Shine Line, I have the Limited Edition Tahiti Sunset Collection, a sextet of three cremes and matching three glitters reminiscent of what I can only assume is the Tahitian Sunset.
Taheati and Sparktacular
Taheati, a yellow-toned orange was the only crelly in the trio, and applied slightly watery but not overly so, drying to a creme finish in three coats. I got a little big for my britches after my last Twinsie Tuesday mani and tried striping with Sparktacular, the orange jelly flushed with orange, green, and gold glitter. Not necessarily a full coverage, but a nice accenting glitter.
Pink Coconut and Changing Tide
Pink Coconut is a bright blue-toned pink creme that despite its glow, is not a neon by any means. It applies beautifully, if not a bit thin, and requires three coats for opacity, with a recommended minute or two wait time between coats to avoid dragging. Learning my lesson from Sparktacular, I avoided any fancy artistry and layered two coats of Changing Tide over my ring finger. The fuchsia jelly is the pink version of Sparktacular, with pink, gold, and green microglitter glistening as my accent.
Seasational and Archipela-glow
The best application of the trio belongs to Seasational, which despite its unfunny punny name, was a fabulous, self-leveling green-leaning teal creme. Archipela-glow (try spelling that without looking) is different from the other two glitters and is instead a dense mix of green and teal-leaning glitter that matches perfectly with the Seasational creme. I would've liked the trifecta to culminate the glitters, but alas, I have no say. All I can say is that both glitter and creme have excellent formulas and pair beautifully together in monochromatic harmony.
The Sally Hansen Tahiti Sunset Collection is available now wherever Sally Hansen is sold.
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