Priceline was having a sale on their Sally Hansen polishes (I don't recall what the exact sale was). I have never tried anything from Sally Hansen because there are so many cheaper and good quality alternatives, but when I saw that there was a white polish for $4 I decided to give it a shot in the hopes that it was quality, opaque and easy to work with.
So far I've only used it to create this NOTD but I love it. It's a perfect consistency and I only used one coat for each of the white nail tips. Topped off with Ulta's French Pink, I am so pleased with this simple but classy (and super easy to make) NOTD.
I would love to know what you think of it because so far I've had only positive responses to it (which is an absolute miracle because I can always find someone who hates my nail polish!
This is one of the best French Nails I have ever seen!! My sister has given me one long time ago and I never managed to do it myself.ReplyDelete
Oh wow! Thank you :)Delete
Looks lovely!! I can never seem to get the line straight on my nails :( xxReplyDelete
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It takes a bit of practice...this is my right hand (and I am left handed) so it didn't look nearly as good on my other hand!Delete
They look so great! Its definitely rare to find a white nail polish that applies nice and opaque which is probably why I lever really do white tips but I might pick this Sally Hansen one up!ReplyDelete
Thank you! All the white polishes I've come across in my time have been just awful, but I really love this Sally Hansen one.Delete
Your nails look great!ReplyDelete
White On is AMAZING! I, like you, bought it at a Priceline sale and wore full white nails for a formal event, I got so many compliments because it was so bright and stood out.ReplyDelete
Since this post I've literally been wearing it non stop. You're right, it is so bright and beautiful!Delete