By Vinitha Krishnan
570 – Right Said Red, Classic red shade
550 – All Fired Up, hot bright red shade
520 – Shrimply Divine, lovely cough syrup pink
360 – Plum’s The World, everyday subtle shade
630 – Haute Chocolate, lovely dark chocolate brown
Price: Rs. 450/- for 14.7ml (prices have increased to Rs. 535/-)
Durability: Last for 3years from manufacturing date
Availability: I purchased it from Parcos and haven’t seen a lot of them around.
7 benefits of salon manicure in 1 bottle
• Base coat
• Growth treatment
• Top coat
• Chip resistant
• Gel shine
My experience with Sally Hansen Complete Manicure:
This nail paint range caught my attention when I had been to a salon for an enquiry and couldn’t wait to ask what these comparatively huge bottle nail paints were of.Yes Sally Hansen nail paints are completely a salon product and have madly fallen for them.Firstly, the packing it’s a solid, chunky glass bottle that feels heavy, expensive and satisfying. There’s a rubber band around the bottom of the cap, making it much easier to hold and does not drop the brush even while painting with wet hand.Secondly, the applicator which simplifies half of your job that’s what Sally has provided with a superb flat brush with tapering from the sides. So as you apply with a bit pressure on the centre it covers maximum portion of your nail. That’s what I feel everyone wants; quick application in short time.
My nail bed and size is comparatively small and I do my application in just 2 swipes.Thirdly, the formula, the dark shades are highly pigmented so doesn’t need reapplication; one or maximum two coats are enough. Lighter and pastel shades need to be reapplied four or five coats. I personally have only 2 pastel shades of Sally. But there is quite a range to pick and choose from.And lastly the wear, for me the nail paint should last for a week and these are absolutely perfect as over the weekend I repaint them. I can honestly say that this formula is a must have; it applies like a dream and lasts for a good week without chipping. The brush is large and wide, which I loved because it painted streak-free and easily. It’s has quality finish and looks fantastic.The nail color stays well and doesn’t chip easily. The formula of Complete Salon Manicure keeps nails in a healthy state. It’s an excellent brand. And I’m impressed with these nail paints.
570, Right Said Red- it’s a typical red shade, which I guess we all own. Though I have many of these typical red but my all-time favorite is of Sally. I could rather put it as a default color especially for weddings 😉
550, All Fired Up – current hot red shade with a spark of orange, in day light it shows nice orangey ting to it.
520, Shrimply Divine – is a lovely cough syrup pink, yes this was the first thing which came my mind when I saw this shade.
360, Plum’s The World – is a very neutral every day mauve color. For office wear it’s a complete must-have. When you don’t want to stand out yet be there this is what you are looking for…
630, Haute Chocolate – is nice chocolate brown with a slight ting of shimmer. As compared to other shade this shade has a different appearance. It doesn’t show a solid flat color as it has a slight shimmery ting to it and that too it’s just for appearance.
Pros of 5 Shades of Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure
• Decent bottle
• Good Applicator
• Fabulous finish
• Good pigmentation
• Last long
Cons of 5 Shades of Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure
Only the pastel shades need more application than once, that I think goes for any brand. Nothing else I can think of ,as I’m very impressed.
IMBB Rating : 4.75/5
Would I repurchase 5 Shades of Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure?
Yes but not these shades as these are gonna last me for a year. Sally hansen has lot of pastel shades which I would like to buy. And lastly Sally Hansen products are not tested on animals so thumbs up.. 🙂
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