Disclaimer: This post is based on a free product provided by a company as a press sample so that I may offer my own opinion, which may be the same or differ from yours.
|This is Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 560 Spice Age.|
A great way to give your image a boost is with a gorgeous shade of new lipstick or nail polish. With Sally Hansen’s Miracle Gel Nail Polishes that I received, you are sure to find the colors to do just that among the tempting 47 polishes. I got 520 Too Haute (violet-pink), 560 Spice Age (ginger-brown), 500 Mad Women (pink-fuchsia), and 100 Top Coat.
These new polishes do have a nice size brush that made application fairly easy.
|Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 500 Mad Women|
For this review, I started by using one coat to paint my nails. However, I do recommend two coats because the color can show through. Nonetheless, I like to see how heavy the coverage when I first try new polish.
I did follow the first coat with the 100 Top Coat. It did not last nearly a week so I started again. This time I gave myself two coats before adding the Top Coat. What a difference that made in extending the wear of this polish. I got 12 days of beautiful looking nails!
I do think 500 Mad Women or 520 Too Haute were my favorites to compliment my skin tone.
I really liked not worrying about chipping with that extra time that I got. If you are tired of painting your nails every other day, then do check these polishes out because this will solve that for you.
Have you tried any of Sally Hansen’s Miracle Gel Nail Polishes yet? Any favorite colors you recommend please share here.
|On the left is Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Top Coat with 520 Too Haute on the right.|
|Here I’m modeling Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 520 Too Haute. This looks so striking even with jeans. The color appears quite violet in the jar but once on the hands transforms into this unbelievable deep pink-violet.|
|Here I have on Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 560 Spice Age, a dramatic brown.|
|I thought Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 500 Mad Women was a flattering shade as well. What do you think?|
Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review–not my opinion.*