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So I got the chance from Rossmann Hungary to review some Sally Hansen polishes and here are the shades I chose: we have a basic nude (Bare Dare), a hot girly shade (Kook A Mango), a spring-y mint (Mintage) and a shocking blue (Tidal Wave).
Let’s start with the Miracle Gel shades. I used their Miracle Gel Top Coat to for the absolute experience.
Mintage is a tad bluer than I thought, but it’s still a very fun shade for spring. It covers in 2 easy coats, since it has a very good formula.
Bare Dare is not my typical nude, since I rarely go for a warmer nude shade with my almost yellow complexion. To my greatest surprise it didn’t look awful at all on me though. :) However it was not love at first sight, since I needed 3 coats for an even coverage.
Tidal Wave was a really nice surprise since I only chose the other 3 shades, but they wanted to send me a blue one too, because they know it’s my favourite colour. <3 It was quite opaque and though I needed 2 coats for my longer nails, it might cover shorter nails in one coat. And it’s such a CRAZY blue, it actually reminds me of Chanel Vibrato.
Kook A Mango
The coral-y red Kook A Mango is the only shade I chose from the Complete Salon Manicure line (that promises 10 days without chipping – well I can’t really prove, neither disprove that, I’d probably die if I couldn’t change my nail colour for 10 days lol :D). It covers in 2 coats and has a great formula.
There’s an interesting feature about the Sally Hansen brushes, but maybe it’s just me imagining things: so their brushes are wide and flat, but they aren’t symmetrical, meaning that one side is more rounded and the other is rather square – making them perfect for every cuticle forms.
I also liked the Miracle Gel Top Coat, because it’s very shiny, but I wouldn’t go for it, if I’m in a hurry, since it’s not the fastest drying top coat ever.