Sally Hansen- Textured Polishes Sugar and Fuzzy Coat Review
September 8, 2013
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Well it’s about time I got some Sally Hansen’s up on here! Shame on me for taking so long to post about some of the goodies they sent me awhile back. Lets just say this is a long overdue post. FYI this was before I had my major nail trimmage.
Today I have some textured polishes, three sugar and three fuzzy coats, from Sally Hansen.
Royal Icing, on my outer nails, is a light blue textured polish with purple shimmer. I used two coats overtop of Breezy Blue with no topcoat. Because it was kind of on the thin side an undie was needed for Royal Icing but it didn’t take away from the color or effect of the polish. Since it was thin it did apply very nicely. This was probably my favorite of the sugar coat’s that I tried out, it reminded me of Cinderella and that purple shimmer really made it stand out.
Wool Knot, on my inner nails, has loads of light blue and white bar glitters in a clear base. I used two coats overtop of White On which I know realize was probably not the best undie. Alas the elegance of the combination just worked for me.
Pink Sprinkle, on my outer nails, is a pinkish red textured polish with some red shimmer to it. I used three coats with no topcoat for full opacity and also used it as my undie for All Yarned Up, which has bar glitter in yellow, orange, and blue in a clear base. I think layering the fuzzy coat over the sugar coat was a great idea, double texture? YES please!
Laughie Taffy, on my outer nails, is a dark blue textured polish and almost looks cream like in the bottle. I used two nice coats with no topcoat. This had the most textured effect to it out of the three sugar coats. Very rough like a textured polish should be.
Tweedy, on my inner nails, has black and white bar glitters in a clear base. This one was a little thicker then the other two fuzzy coats but I still used two coats of it using Aenglands Camelot as my undie.
Here’s another looks at the sugar coats but on their own. Royal Icing on the outside nails and Pink Sprinkle on the inside ones.
Laughie Taffy on the outside nails and Pink Sprinkle on the inside.
The textured polish craze has defiantly spiked in the past months form Zoya’s new pixie dust line to the many new OPI textured polishes. Personally I am more of a cream and glitter girl so these polishes didn’t swoop me off my feet. They could be utilized in many ways for different types of nail art such as Sarah from Chalkboardnails and Victoria from the Manicurator did in these posts. Probably my favorite used of textured polishes out there.
Most of these polishes can be found at your local drugstore, walmart, or target.