Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Salon Perfect Spam


Some Salon Perfect spam to help you through hump day!
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Sugar Cube
Not the best white creme but not the worst white creme.  Sugar Cube has a clean brightness that pops at 3 coats but can be chalky and pool in your cuticles if you're not careful to apply very, very thin coats.
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Mint Julep with Peach Bellini accent
I guess these colors worked best as a gradient because I'm not crazy about Peach Bellini accented this white-toned mint.  Mint Julep had a similar formula to Sugar Cube so thin coats are necessary here too.  Peach Bellini is considerably more watery so be very careful when applying!
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Baby Blues
Ah, now isn't this just perfect?  A delightful and bright sky blue (less cornflower in real life than it appears in pictures), the formula was great, the wear was fantastic, and I received so many compliments while wearing this.  A must have!
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Haze
Haze (maybe Nail Lac Haze?  The bottom of the bottle is a bit unclear) is such a pretty smoky dove grey with silvery fine shimmer running throughout.  The application was great and the color is just perfect for fall (oh, when will cooler temperatures prevail?!).  Love this.
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Pocketful of Posies with Cupcake accent
Oy, another mess and a half with Pocketful of Posies.  An uber watery jelly, this applies heavily, liquidy, and unevenly and required 4 coats for opacity.  I should have reversed the accent since Cupcake was a beautiful purply pink creme that applied like a dream.  Oh well, you live and learn!
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Salon Perfect nail polish is available at Walmart.



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4 comments :

  1. Nice Salon Perfect swatches. Some great colors here.

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  2. Great colors! I love how affordable this brand is, but you don't sacrifice quality!

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  3. I find their brushes not the easiest to work with. They're not always even and very thin. I've come to realize more thinner coats is the best way to go with this brand.

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