Thursday, June 25, 2015

Beauty Find: Sally Hansen Insta-Ombre & Pearl Crush Polish

Summer is here and while we are trying to get our wardrobe right, we can't forget our nails. I love SALLY HANSEN nail polishes and for this summer, the brand launched a Insta-Ombre & Pearl Crush polish collection. The eight color collection has a special effect that gives each nail an eye-catching, shimmery finish. Inspired by the iridescent trend & mother of pearl, this color collection will become your new crush. The 3D crushed pearl look is enhanced by light, giving your nails a radiant standout look which is perfect to top off your summer style. 

The color collection comes in shades that range from light to dark so you will definitely find something if you need to transition your look. However the colors will look great with any day or night look. I know some people fear nail effect colors like this, thinking it may be hard to remove. But fear not because Sally Hansen created an easy peel off base coat to help in the removal process. So if you are looking for a new collection of standout colors with a radiant finish, you should definitely check out this color collection. You can check out & shop the collection HERE. For more info on this collection & other colors, visit

SHADES: 1. She Sells: Whether on the seashore or the city streets, this pale blush hue is pretty, pink perfection.  2. Oy-ster It Up!: Aw, shucks—this true white with faceted glitter catches the light beautifully, 3. Lady Crab: No need to pinch yourself—this dreamy hot pink really is as steamy as it gets!, 4. Rainbow Fish: Casting off icy tones, this iridescent blue is quite the catch, 5. Mer-Mint: This splashy, soothing seafoam green is loaded with sea-inspired shimmer. 6. Clam Digger: This lava-rock black stands out with flecks of phosphorescent-green glitter. 7. Shell & Tell: The secret is out: A lovely lilac like this doesn't come around every day, 8. Silver Scallop: Reflect on this modern take on metallics—a shape shifting silver that appears constantly in motion.

Credit: Sally Hansen

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