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Sally Hansen Drama Sheen

Hey guys! Today’s post is on a newer shade from Sally Hansen. This actually reminds me of another shade from the same line called Blow Bubbles but a purple version of it. I like this shade better though because the duochrome property is a bit stronger. Here’s Sally Hansen Drama Sheen.

Sally Hansen Drama Sheen

Drama Sheen is a light purple with pinkish lavender shimmer. It looks like a duochrome to me with the pretty flash. As expected, the pretty flash is best observed under direct sunlight. This shade is pretty sheer but buildable. Formula was leaning on the watery side ever so slightly but it dried pretty fast. Shown is 3 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Drama Sheen (in shade)

Sally Hansen Drama Sheen (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Drama Sheen (close-up)

A nice one to have from a drugstore brand!

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Hypnautical

Hey guys! Today’s the day I have my biometrics appointment in the city. It’s for legal paperwork and stuff. I hope it’s fast since the appointment they gave me is at noon. Lunch time! My husband will be driving me there (cause it’s in the city and I’m a scaredy cat with city driving) and we’ll probably grab some lunch while we’re there. It’s been a while since I featured a Sally Hansen shade so here’s Sally Hansen Hypnautical.

Sally Hansen Hypnautical

Hypnautical is one of their newer shades that I was most excited about. It’s a flakie glitter and I love those! This shade is made up of regular and flakie iridescent glitter in a tinted green base. While it is quite stunning in the bottle, not so much alone on the nails. I thought the green tint would come through more, but sadly no. This is definitely best used other shades, especially darker ones such as black or blue. Formula was pleasant to work with and it dried pretty fast. Shown is one coat with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Hypnautical (in shade)

Sally Hansen Hypnautical (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Hypnautical (close-up)

I’ll have to revisit this one again over other dark opaque shades, but at least this shows y’all what it looks like on its own.

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


Sally Hansen Blow Bubbles

Hey guys! Happy Friday! Today’s post is on one of those new shades from Sally Hansen’s Triple Shine line. It’s a softer, lighter shade that’s perfect any time of the year really. Here’s Sally Hansen Blow Bubbles.

Sally Hansen Blow Bubbles

Blow Bubbles is a light pink that struck me as being duochrome a little bit (but not really). It shows a teeny flash of bright pink and I was actually expecting purple. But it’s still a pretty, light shade. This is a good one to use over other shades I think, like crème pink or purples and such. Formula was pleasant to work with. Shown is 3 thin coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Blow Bubbles (in shade)

Sally Hansen Blow Bubbles (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Blow Bubbles (close-up)

I contemplated using this for my wedding mani, but I think I’m going with a holo still. :)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


Sally Hansen Make Waves

A shade from Sally Hansen’s recent Triple Shine line, this shade has got the beauty world a-buzzin’. Here’s Sally Hansen Make Waves.

Sally Hansen Make Waves

Make Waves is a stunning shade that makes me think of beaches and mermaids. This shade makes me want summer to start right NOW. It’s a duochrome, but not a strong one. I see some hint gold in this green when the light hits it just right. The formula is a little bit on the watery side, but very easy to work with. Shown is 3 thin coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Make Waves (in shade)

Sally Hansen Make Waves (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Make Waves (close-up)

I’m actually really excited about this simple shade surprisingly. Have you tried any of the shades from their Triple Shine line?

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow

Contrary to the name, this yellow shade ain’t mellow at all. Here’s Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow.

Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow

Mellow Yellow is a yellow crème shade. This shade is the epitome of what a yellow crème looks like. It’s bright and sunny. Very sunshine-ish. The formula is good and it dried pretty fast with a super shiny finish. Shown is 3 thin coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow (in shade)

Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow (close-up)

I see this as a great base shade for those new “feather” glitters (non-shiny tinsel or bar glitter shades) we see popping up lately. What do you guys think?

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


Sally Hansen Almost Almond

Hey guys! I hope everyone had a great July 4th celebration. I had some hotdogs on the grill and I have the day off today. I got a lot of things accomplished with my man and there’s more to do. I’m churning this post out as fast as I can. Here’s Sally Hansen Almost Almond.

Sally Hansen Almost Almond

Almost Almond is an unsuspecting shade. I originally thought it was a crème, but no…it has a hidden shimmer! It’s a nice shade for people who want to have that hidden shimmer look that’s neutral and work appropriate. The formula is good and it dried pretty fast. I don’t like light, neutral shades like these usually. They feel drab to me, but the hidden shimmer definitely helped. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Almost Almond (in shade)

Sally Hansen Almost Almond (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Almost Almond (close-up)

See how it looks like a crème then BAM?! Love it!

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Fuchsia Flare

Hey guys! Tomorrow’s an early day for me at work, so I’m trying to churn this post out in case I don’t get a chance to make one for tomorrow! Here’s Sally Hansen Fuchsia Flare.

Sally Hansen Fuchsia Flare

Fuchsia Flare is a bright and pretty pink crème. It’s not really quite fuchsia in my book though. It’s too bright to be classified as such in my opinion and it’s most evident in the direct sunlight shot. The formula is a little bit on the streaky side but manageable. I find the formula to be a hit or miss sometimes with Sally Hansen. The colors are generally all good in my book though. It dries pretty fast and has a pretty shiny finish. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Fuchsia Flare (in shade)

Sally Hansen Fuchsia Flare (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Fuchsia Flare (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Green With Envy

Happy Friday guys! Today’s shade is a perfect one for summer. It actually made me think of fellow blogger Radha (or also known as @thepolishowl on Twitter) cause this seems to be right up her alley! Here’s Sally Hansen Green With Envy.

Sally Hansen Green With Envy

Green With Envy is a light green crème. This reminds me a lot of shades like OPI Who The Shrek Are You? or Nicole by OPI Daffy Dill. The formula is pretty decent for the brand and the price. It’s actually better than most that I’ve tried from Sally Hansen. It dries pretty fast and I love the shiny finish. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Green With Envy (in shade)

Sally Hansen Green With Envy (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Green With Envy (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Gilt

Happy Friday y’all! I’m looking forward to the weekend. It’s been a shorter week for me but work has its busy spurts and it’s wearing me down. Today’s post is on another shade from Sally Hansen’s Lustre Shine line. It’s not the most popular one, but it definitely holds on its own. Here’s Sally Hansen Gilt.

Sally Hansen Gilt

Gilt is almost like a rose gold really. The duochrome property is very light. The color shift is probably more evident when the shade is used over darker shades. I see hints of pink or lavender and a very faint tinge of green in some angles. Formula is pretty good and it dried pretty fast. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Gilt (in shade)

Sally Hansen Gilt (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Gilt (close-up)

Sally Hansen Gilt (the hint of green more evident on the bottle?)

Sally Hansen Gilt (pinkish rose gold color shift)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Moonstone

Another busy Thursday here! Hope everyone is looking forward to the weekend. I sure am! Today’s post is on a shade that I had reservations about initially. I thought it was going to be one frosty mess. Glad I’m wrong on that! From their Lustre Shine line, here’s Sally Hansen Moonstone.

Sally Hansen Moonstone

Moonstone is a very light white duochrome shade. The color shift is more evident when the shade is used over darker shades. On its own, I see hints of pink or lavender and a very faint tinge of green in some angles. Formula is pretty good and it dried pretty fast. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Moonstone (in shade)

Sally Hansen Moonstone (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Moonstone (close-up)

Sally Hansen Moonstone (the hint of green more evident on the bottle?)

Sally Hansen Moonstone (pinkish lavender color shift)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Azure

One of the later collections from Sally Hansen is their Lustre Shine line. I tried to contain my excitement until I actually saw swatches because I know for a fact that most of the time these awesome duochrome and multichromes fall short when it comes to the hype. Here’s Sally Hansen Azure.

Sally Hansen Azure

Azure is the one I thought was going to be my favorite from this line, but it disappointed me a bit in the color shift aspect. I don’t really see any color shift at all even in the bottle. But it’s such a pretty shade. It actually reminds me of Orly Royal Velvet, but it’s not even close to being a dupe. Royal Velvet leans a wee bit on the green and has a slight color shift while Azure is more blue and has nonexistent color shift. Formula is pretty good though and it dried pretty fast. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Azure (in shade)

Sally Hansen Azure (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Azure (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen So Much Fawn

I’ve always been a huge fan of Sally Hansen’s Complete Salon Manicure line. They constantly change their shades though and release limited edition shades that send polish lovers scrambling to hunt them down. This is one of their newer shades if I’m not mistaken. Here’s Sally Hansen So Much Fawn.

Sally Hansen So Much Fawn

So Much Fawn is not my favorite shade really, but it didn’t look as bad as I thought it would. For my long time readers, I’m reminiscing about Sally Hansen Terracotta. This is slightly redder and darker than that, so it has more contrast than the other shade. It applied smoothly onto my nails and dried pretty fast. Formula is comparable to a good creme shade. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen So Much Fawn (in shade)

Sally Hansen So Much Fawn (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen So Much Fawn (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Arm Candy

Happy Friday y’all! I am so looking forward to starting the weekend today! I hope the weather will be semi-cooperative with me so I can catch up with taking swatch and product shots for the blog. Today’s shade is a newer one from Sally Hansen. Here’s Sally Hansen Arm Candy.

Sally Hansen Arm Candy

Arm Candy is a super light pink shade. As you can see it’s on the sheer side, but I think it’s meant to be a sheer shade. It doesn’t bother me at all since I like it the way it is. It looks so cute, so milky! It applied nicely and dried pretty fast. Shown is 2 generous coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Arm Candy (in shade)

Sally Hansen Arm Candy (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Arm Candy (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen @Golden Globes 2013

Did any of you guys watch the Golden Globes this year? Sally Hansen is present as ever that night. Read on.

EDIT: Arm Candy swatch here.

“At the 70th annual Golden Globes, glamorous nails were the ultimate accessory. Three of the night’s biggest stars –Naomi Watts, Jennifer Lawrence and singer Adele — manicurists turned to Sally Hansen to create their signature nail looks for the red carpet.

Naomi Watts

Celebrity nail expert Tracey Sutter created the look for Watts, nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture–Drama. Tracey used Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Arm Candy to create a natural effect.

Sally Hansen Arm Candy

To get the look, Sutter filed down Naomi’s nails very short before applying Sally Hansen’s Cuticle Instant Remover. Next, Sutter applied 2 coats of Sally Hansen’s new Complete Salon Manicure Nail Color in Arm Candy – giving Watts just the right amount of color she wanted.

Jennifer Lawrence

April Foreman was the expert behind Lawrence’s nail look, using Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Sheer Ecstasy for the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture–Comedy or Musical nominee.

Sally Hansen Sheer Ecstasy

To get the look, Foreman shaped Lawrence’s nails “sqound” giving both a square and round look. Keeping her hands hydrated, Foreman applied Sally Hansen Smooth and Perfect Hand Crème before applying 2 coats of Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Sheer Ecstasy.

Adele

Celebrity Manicurist, Kimmie Kyees used on Adele a sheer coat of Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in So Much Fawn with two coats of Complete Salon Manicure in Copper Penny layered on top. Kyees finished off the look with an exclusive topcoat created for tonight that had gold in it to help enhance the color in Copper Penny for the best Original Song, Film nominee.

Sally Hansen Copper Penny

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure is an all-in-one formula that combines all the 7 benefits of a professional salon manicure—a base coat, a strengthener, a growth treatment, rich color, top coat, gel-like shine and chip resistance —in a single multi-tasking polish ($7.99).”


Sally Hansen Salon Manicure Cuticle Eraser + Balm

Hey guys! I’m on a nail care spree here. It’s that time of the year! I can’t stress enough how important it is to moisturize, moisturize and moisturize! I featured a nifty hand cream a few days back and now I have a cuticle eraser and balm to share with you guys. Here’s Sally Hansen Salon Manicure Cuticle Eraser + Balm.

Sally Hansen Salon Manicure Cuticle Eraser + Balm

The 0.28 oz / 8 g cuticle eraser and balm comes in a clear twist open plastic container similar to those of lip pots for some lip balms. The front text of the packaging reads “Removes dry cuticles & moisturize in 1 step!” and on the side it reads “White Tea & Cucumber are known to soothe and promote healthy skin as they defend against environmental stress.” while the back of the product packaging states the following:

WHAT IT IS
Combination remover and creme quickly eliminates excess, ragged cuticles & hangnails as it conditions nails and healthy cuticles.

HOW IT WORKS
Salon tested, 2-in-1 formula with white tea & cucumber, gently & quickly loosens & exfoliates stubborn, overgrown cuticles while leaving skin feeling deeply moisturized.

THE RESULTS
Instantly, healthy, beautiful, conditioned cuticles that look up to 80% smoother.*
*Based on consumer perception testing.

TO USE
Massage a small amount into cuticles until completely absorbed. Use a cuticle pusher, if needed, to help further loosen hard to remove cuticles. Use daily for maximum benefits.
Wash hands before applying polish.

What I love about this product? I don’t like the scent of cucumber at all, but the scent in this product is so light that it’s tolerable. I also have a few independent testers try it out and they gave high praises to this product. They love the smell and it kept their cuticles soft and nice. The cuticle eraser part really does work with regular use. I completely agree with their assessment. My cuticles have never been in better shape!

What I don’t like about this product? Nothing really. While I do think that there are other better balms out there, it’s a huge plus that it’s a 2-in-1 product.

This product retails for about $7.49, depending on where you purchase it and it is available in various retail and drugstores such as Walmart, Target, ULTA, CVS, and Walgreens. It is also available online at various websites that carry beauty and personal care products.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


Sally Hansen Copperhead

Hey y’all! Hope you guys are all having a great week so far. Christmas is coming up really fast. I baked close to 200 cookies or so and brought it in to work. Gone by the end of day 2, so I’m a happy girl. :) I’ll be making more either tonight or tomorrow night. Today’s shade is a fun one from Sally Hansen’s Lustre Shine line. Here’s Sally Hansen Copperhead.

Sally Hansen Copperhead

Copperhead is a coppery brown duochrome shade. The duochrome property isn’t quite as strong as I expected it to be, but it’s there. It just looks so much more promising in the bottle. It has a slightly frosty property to the finish. It went on smooth and dried pretty fast. Shown is one coat with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Copperhead (in shade)

Sally Hansen Copperhead (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Copperhead (close-up)

Sally Hansen Copperhead (close-up again)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Scarab

Hey guys! It’s Friday again! I’m so glad for this week to be over. Between being sick, working and all those online Thanksgiving sales….I need a break again. I only took one day off from work cause I wanted to make sure all my commitments are met there. Today’s shade is one of the newer releases from Sally Hansen’s Lustre Shine line. Here’s Sally Hansen Scarab.

Sally Hansen Scarab

Sally Hansen Scarab

Scarab is a very pretty teal blue shade. While in the bottle it looks like it’d be a duochrome, it falls short when applied onto my nails. You’ll probably have better luck seeing that effect under direct sunlight, but not as much as I thought for sure. It’s more of a shimmer shade in my opinion (with a slight frosty finish). Formula is great and it dried pretty fast for me. Shown is one thick coat with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Scarab (in shade)

Sally Hansen Scarab (in shade)

Sally Hansen Scarab (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Scarab (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Scarab (close-up)

Sally Hansen Scarab (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


Sally Hansen Diamonds

Hey y’all! Happy Thursday! I’m so glad this week is flying by so fast. Guild Wars 2 coming on Saturday at 2 AM my time! :D I’m really excited. I have a learning curve, but it’s fun. Anyway, today’s post is on a shade that has been around for a while. Sally Hansen released it along with several new shades for the Diamond Strength line. Here is Sally Hansen Diamonds.

Sally Hansen Diamonds

Diamonds is a very pretty silvery shimmer shade. The finish is almost flakie like, but not quite really. This is where it differs from the old Diamonds. The old Diamonds has finer multicolored micro shimmer. It would look great layered over other shades. Formula is great and it dried really fast. Shown is one coat with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Diamonds (in shade)

Sally Hansen Diamonds (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Diamonds (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


Sally Hansen Bride To Be

Hey Guys! Happy Monday! It’s back to work and a few days away from the start of Guild Wars 2. I am so excited! It’s been a while that I am so into a game. Granted I’m not that good at it right now, but I’ll get better as time goes on! :) Today’s post is on a shade that makes me think of Medieval Knight armor. Here’s Sally Hansen Bride To Be.

Sally Hansen Bride To Be

Bride To Be is a pretty silver metallic shimmer. It applied smoothly and dried pretty fast. I don’t see it as a bridal shade though, so the name confused me a bit. But it’s a great shade to have still. Shown is 2 thin coats with no top coat.

Bride To Be (in shade)

Bride To Be (direct sunlight)

Bride To Be (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Hidden Treasure (2012)

Hey guys! Happy Tuesday! Today’s post is on a shade from Sally Hansen’s Complete Salon Manicure line. This is a new shade for 2012 with a name that has been assigned to a previously released shade. This caused some confusion when it first came out this year because everyone had high hopes that it’s a rerelease of the orignal shade, but it isn’t unfortunately. Here’s Sally Hansen Hidden Treasure (2012).

Sally Hansen Hidden Treasure (2012)

Hidden Treasure (2012) is a pale whitish silver shimmer with a slight duochrome finish. It’s not bad really, but it certainly isn’t as good as the original Hidden Treasure (which is an awesome flakie). Formula is decent and it dried pretty fast for me. Shown is 2 thin coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Hidden Treasure (2012) (in shade)

Sally Hansen Hidden Treasure (2012) (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Hidden Treasure (2012) (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Red Velvet

Hey guys! Today’s shade is another one from their Diamond Strength line. I originally didn’t think much about this shade cause I have so many red shimmers. I’m glad I tried it out. Here’s Sally Hansen Red Velvet.

Sally Hansen Red Velvet

Red Velvet is such a pretty red shade. I do think of Red Velvet cake with the name of this shade. The sparkle in this shade is almost “glowy” really. Kinda like having a glass fleck finish. Formula is good and it dried fast. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Red Velvet (in shade)

Sally Hansen Red Velvet (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Red Velvet (close-up)

Sally Hansen Red Velvet (lighting changed)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

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Sally Hansen Platinum

Hey guys! It’s Tuesday and the week usually starts flying by fast from this point on. At least for me it always does. Today’s post is on a beautiful shade with a finish I love. Here’s Sally Hansen Platinum.

Sally Hansen Platinum

Platinum is a pretty sheer shade with a duochrome shimmer finish. The sheerness doesn’t bother me at all since it’s a duochrome shade. I usually use them alone or layer it over other shades and simply admire the duochrome property of the polish. Formula was decent to work with and it dried pretty fast. Shown is 2 thin coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen Platinum (in shade)

Sally Hansen Platinum (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen Platinum (close-up)

Sally Hansen Platinum (lighting changed)

Sally Hansen Platinum (see the color shift?)

Sally Hansen Platinum (lighting changed again)

Sally Hansen Platinum (duochrome goodness)

Sally Hansen Platinum (last shot)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*


Influenster Summer VoxBox 2012

I was excited to have been selected to receive Influenster’s Summer VoxBox 2012. I haven’t been keeping up with others on what is in this round, so I was pleasantly surprised with the contents. This is a beauty themed VoxBox and that’s right up my alley! Here’s the contents of my Influenster Summer VoxBox 2012.

Influenster Summer VoxBox 2012

I think this is the VoxBox that is most in tune with me and what I do in this blog. Previous VoxBoxes were so-so or almost completely missed the mark. I have already tried the shampoo and conditioner as well as the nail and cuticles hand creme. I will end this entry by saying I LOVE this round of Influenster VoxBox!

*Products featured here are complimentary to test through Influenster’s VoxBox program.*


Sally Hansen 3K Or More!

I LOVE this shade! This shade is part of Sally Hansen’s Diamond Strength line. Here’s Sally Hansen 3K Or More!

Sally Hansen 3K Or More!

3K Or More! is a very pretty golden nude shimmer that shines beautifully especially under sunlight. It contains tiny speckles of golden glittery goodness. This shade makes me think of weddings and the traditional Filipino garb complete with the fan and all. It was easy to apply and dried pretty fast. Shown is 2 coats with no top coat.

Sally Hansen 3K Or More! (in shade)

Sally Hansen 3K Or More! (lighting changed)

Sally Hansen 3K Or More! (direct sunlight)

Sally Hansen 3K Or More! (close-up)

This should be available generally wherever Sally Hansen is retailed.

*Some products in this review may have been provided by the PR company or manufacturer for an honest opinion.*