Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor is part of 2014 Spring Racing Colour Collection, which consisted of 7 new pretty spring shades from pastels to neutrals.

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor

From the brochure, Watercolor looks aqua green. However the actual product itself is bright sky blue.

This color stands out from the collection and hence is the first color I chose to feature from this collection.

Complete Salon Manicure is said to contain 7 benefits in a bottle – base coat, strengthener, growth treatment, color, top coat, chip resistant and gel shine finish.

I’ve never tested out the strengthening and the growth treatment part of this line as I don’t normally wear nail polishes long enough to test it out.

Nail polishes from this line can be worn alone. However for optimal shine and to make the color lasts longer I’ll still suggest add a layer of top coat.

The only downside with this particular color is, it stains my nails slightly, although not as bad as most teal shades.

Sparkles!

If you’re like me who can’t do nail arts (or too lazy to deal with the mess), you may want to spice up the color with some sparkles. Here are some suggestions.

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor with Snowglobe

Subtle sparkles with a coat or 2 of Snowglobe, which is also part of the new 2014 spring collection.

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor with Mermaid's Tail

To get more intense sparkles, added a coat or 2 of Mermaid’s Tails.

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2 thoughts on “Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Watercolor

  1. Mandy Reply

    I tried 2 shades from the range too and I love them! The pastels are very lovely, I think I’m going to get a few more xx

  2. Tricia Lu Reply

    I have a few colors from the sally hansen complete salon line and like the quality and finish. However, I didn’t realize that you don’t need a base coat with it. I still use base and top anyway. This is a pretty blue.

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