Say Hello To The Best Sally Hansen Nude Polish Ever! (It’s The New Way To Do Nude!) #ManiMonday
November 23rd, 2015 by Christen
Usually nude manicures are staples for bland boardrooms and those that fear fashion forward nails. There's stiletto nails, junk nails, foil nails and more nail designs, wraps and embellishments than ever before. With loads of nail trends populating #ManiMonday, #NailArt and #Nailstagram hashtags online - it's easier than ever to fall down the rabbit hole of trends and believe "more is MORE." Lately, I've become a huge fan of minimalistic styles and the belief that "less is MORE. So you can imagine just how happy I was to discover the new way to wear nude nails, with Sally Hansen's latest designer collection. Sally Hansen has partnered with designers Prabal Gurung, Tracy Reese and Rodarte to create some of the most sought-after shades of the season! In a season where deep, dark colors are what's trending on nails everywhere, who knew one of my favorite shades would be one of the softest shades of the entire designer collection? If you're a fan of one of the most popular nude shades to date ("Stuck On You" by Jade) say hello to a new way to wear nude...the Sally Hansen / Rodarte collection in "Rose Glass". Rose Glass is a subtle take on what nude should look like on nails, no matter what shade of skin you're in. These entire custom color collection can be found in Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection that infuses trend-setting shades with an expert quality formula to deliver salon-caliber results. Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure delivers seven salon manicure steps in one bottle. Chip resistant strength joins gel- quality shine. Must-have color meets nourishing benefits. Plus, a built-in base and top coat, it’s everything you need to achieve a professional manicure at home.
To check out the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure collection of colors, find them online, in stores like CVS, Walgreens and Target or grab the complete collection of limited-edition shades here.