|Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish in Rosy Glow (250) and Berry Smooth (260)*|
I have quite a few favorites among Sally Hansen nail care/color products, and these new Color Therapy nail polishes that I have been trying out are no exception. The Sally Hansen Color Therapy range includes nail polishes, nail and cuticle oils, and a top coat - all with an argan oil enriched formula that provides intensive nourishment and instant moisture for healthier-looking nails. The nail polish requires no base coat (so the oil complex gets in direct contact with bare nails), and the colors in this range come with a promise of radiant, shiny finish and up to 10 days of fade-proof, chip-resistant wear. On my nails today, I have two of the nail colors from this range - Rosy Glow (250) and Berry Smooth (260).
|Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish in Berry Smooth (260)|
|Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish Rosy Glow (250)|
|Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish in Berry Smooth (260) and Rosy Glow (250)|
While I cannot speak for the chip-resistance and 10-day wear-time on these polishes (nothing lasts long with my cooking/cleaning/typing routine), I do love the easy smooth application of this nail polish formula and the quick-dry, glossy finish. The photos above are are with no top coat, and I have used three coats of Rosy Glow (it's the sheerer of the two) and two of Berry Smooth.
*products featured in the post are PR samples.