Sally Hansen Blue Dots

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Good morning polished world!  How are you all today??  It's Friday so I'm happy!  It's been quite the long week and I'm just happy to be home this weekend and relaxing.  I'm possibly planning on seeing Pitch Perfect 2, which I still need to see the first one.  My one friend said he would buy the first one and we could have a marathon, so that could be fun.  Who knows if it will happen though.

Today I am bringing you a very simple manicure I did with two of the new Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure polishes.  I love this line of polishes from Sally.  Not only do they have great coverage, but the brush is just perfect!  The Complete Salon Manicure line is a 3 in 1 polish with base, color, and top coat all in one bottle.  AKA great pedicure polishes.

Let's take a look at my manicure!

Colors Used:

  • Sally Hansen - Dark Denim
  • Sally Hansen - Teesta Turquoise
  • Sinful Colors - Snow Me White
Application on both these polishes was perfect.  Both were 2 coats, but really Teesta Turquoise could have been one.  Dark Denim is just like the name.  It is a deep deep navy blue polish.  It dries darker than the bottle and almost looks black from a distance.  In certain lighting you could clearly tell that it was blue.  I thought I was going to hate it, but I really ended up enjoying it.

Teesta Turquoise is a gorgeous turquoise shade.  Nothing overly unique about it other than it could be a one coater.  I would have loved to seen a little shimmer to it.  If you're looking for a three in one polish in this color, I would recommend it.  I think it would be a fun summer pedicure color.

Now, I never can leave well enough alone.  I always have to test the boundaries of a polish.  As I said, the Complete Salon Manicure polishes have a base coat and top coat to them, so technically you shouldn't have to add anything.  I didn't use a base coat because I was interested to see if they stained.  Good news, they didn't.

Then, I decided to add a top coat to see if it would add to the longevity of wear and well that was a bad idea.  Hello bubbles, hello shrinking, and hello disaster.  If you use these polishes, I don't recommend using Out the Door or other Quick Dry top coats.  These polishes on their own dry rather fast with a shiny finish.

What do you think?  Have you ever used the Complete Salon Manicure polishes?

Until next time, <3.

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