Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel; Travel Stories Collection (partial review)

Afternoon (or is it evening)!  School has officially been in session for a full week but I still feel like a chicken with my head cut off, running around doing errands, getting things I need for the kids and the day.  When will it all end people!?!?!  Oh well, this is my life.  Today I have some beautiful shades to share with you from the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel line.  These are fabulous polishes made to last like a gel, but no curing required.  And you can remove it with regular old acetone, YES!  They're the #1 No Light Gel Polish!  You can pick up Sally Hansen Miracle Gel at your local drug store starting a $7.50 each.  Ok, let's jump in and see the color selection I have for you!

*press sample*

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Starting off with a shimmery shade, this is Shhhh-immer.  Cute name.  The polish is a sheer rose gold shimmer with pink and gold sparkles.  Formula was a  little thin, as you can see it's pretty sheer. But it applied even and nice.  I used 3 coats and topcoat.  

Proper P-rose is a unique color to me.  It's a bit of a terracotta-rose-coral kind of a shade.  Whatever you want to call it it's beautiful.  It's a bit dustier IRL than my photos want to show. And it had a creamy, awesome formula to boot!  I used 3 thin coats for full coverage and topcoat.  

Leaf Me Be is my favorite in this post.  It's a gorgeous army green creme that is such a hot Autumn color right now.  I can't get enough of this green in clothing articles so naturally I loved it on my nails.  Formula and application were both great, creamy and easy.  Opaque in 3 thin coats, topcoat to finish.  

And finally there's Wild for Violet.  This is a stunning deep violet creme that is another perfect shade for the Fall.  If you haven't been following me for long or don't know me that well then you will soon find out how much I LOVE all things Fall Season.  So be prepared to hear how amazing everything is.  Anyways, this was amazing!  3 thin coats for rich color payoff.  Great formula and application.  I finished up with topcoat.  

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