Sally Hansen is really throwing everything at us this spring/summer. One collection after another, there's something for everyone. Their Complete Salon Manicure line is now offering six garden blooms inspired polishes. Each polish required 3 coats given the pastel quality (I'll indicate if otherwise). I must say, that of all the Sally Hansen polish I've tried, this collection is certainly the punniest. See for yourself!
Pardon My Garden
A delicate, white-toned mint pastel, Pardon My Garden is everything spring and summer should be. While streaky on the first coat, this covers beautifully in 2-3. Just lovely!
What in Carnation?
A cool-toned lilac, What in Carnation? is another classic pastel. Beautiful shade and formula!
Mum's the Word
A soft buttercup yellow, Mum's the Word has the typical streaky yellow formula. However, in 3 coats, this clears up nicely and leaves a fresh pastel neutral.
A dusty coral-orange, this is the darkest of the collection. I see this as the pastel-esque version of 2015's Marsala Color of the Year which can be difficult to incorporate into the spring/summer palette. Only 2 coats needed here.
The name says it all. A sheer brown-toned pink, this is "your nails but better." Glossy and only slightly pigmented, with patience (4 coats worth), VNL disappears and leaves your hands perfectly manicured!
In Full Blue-m
From the bottle, I didn't anticipate loving this dusky blue. However once one, the grey undertones of In Full Blue-m really flatter and leave a cool-toned neutral pastel that can work all year round.
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The Botanical Gardens Collection is available now wherever Sally Hansen products are sold.
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