I don’t use a lot of Sally Hansen polishes but when I do I always feel like I have indestructible nails! Whether it’s clever marketing or it really does have a boosted formula (it claims to be base coat, strengthener, growth treatment, colour and top coat in one) it’s hard to say but if you have weak nails it certainly does give them a feeling of strength. The Sally Hansen Spring Nail Shades are taken from runway shows that the SH team worked on, so I’ve picked out my three favourites for the season.
The first is Wink of Pink from the Prabul Garung show – it’s really one shade off white so if you want to try the white trend (which will be everywhere as soon as Chanel’s white polish hits the shelves) but find it a bit stark, Wink of Pink is a good alternative. Next is Carnivale from the Tracey Reese runway; a solid and reliable orange for a hot colour pop and finally, Lady Lavender, again from Prabal Garung, and with a hint of frosting. They all have a hard, glossy finish for clicky nails.
Sally Hansen Spring Nail Shades are on Boots.com HERE for £6.99 each.
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