on 4/21/2019 5:18:00 PM
More reviews by sprite26
Beautiful glitter top coat! Sally Hansen's Shine On is made up of gold and iridescent microglitters suspended in a clear base. This is perfect for adding some sparkle to your mani or pedi without making it too loud or bling-y. I love glitter top coats and this is a welcome addition to my collection.Great formula too. Very smooth application and no "fishing" to get the glitter out of the bottle. And removal is a snap as long as you use acetone.Would definitely buy this one again. Recommended!
on 4/20/2019 10:44:00 PM
More reviews by Savvy890
What I love about this nail polish is that the applicator brush that it comes with makes applying this easy breezy! I usually paint my toes a light blue, then on each big toe I apply this "483 Grape Shifter", and it gives a "galaxy" look to my toes! I love this and would recommend it!
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on 4/20/2019 10:35:00 PM
This is one of my GO TO nail polishes! I picked this particular nail polish up in the colour "020 Wildcard". Its a very shimmery, glittery, gold! I have used this so many times, and my little girl also likes me to do her nails with this color! I love painting my toenails with OPI's "got a date to knight" and then on each big toe I put this "020 wildcard" colour on and layer it up so it's nice and golden. It dries moderately quick and has amazing staying power. This color is very versatile in the fact that you can go for a little glitter thats very sheen, or do like me and layer it on so your toes are so noticeable and shining that people draw to this beautiful color and ask me "Where did you get your toes done?". Sally Hansen did GREAT when they created this formula, as well as this specific color!
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on 4/9/2019 11:36:00 AM
Beautiful glitter polish! Sally Hansen's Grape Shifter is made up of small purple hexes and aqua blue microglitters with some holographic hexes sprinkled throughout, all suspended in a clear base. I love this combo because it's fairly unique, especially for a drugstore nail polish. It's so pretty and fun, and this is a welcome addition to my collection.The glitters are not densely packed, so this particular shade is really more suited to be a glitter top coat. You can build it up to opacity, but you'd need to use 3 or 4 coats (or more) to get there, and who wants to do that? And you might also run into some drying issues with that many coats. For an Insta-Dri polish, I found that Grape Shifter takes an unusually long time to fully dry. Four lippies instead of five because it was still sticky 1-2 hours after application. I recommend using a fast-dry top coat with this one! But it applies smoothly, and no "fishing" is required to get the larger glitters out of the bottle. The glitters dry nice and flat so it doesn't end up feeling rough and bumpy on the nail, and removal is a snap as long as you use acetone.It's great overall. I love glitter top coats and I would definitely buy this one again. Recommended!!
on 4/8/2019 6:08:00 PM
Gorgeous! Sally Hansen's Heather Hustle is a perfect, very slightly-greyed shade of lilac with a creme finish. Shade-wise, it's similar to Essie's Go Ginza but paler than that. Pastel but not chalky or whitish-looking. It's lovely and flattering on the nail, I am so glad I bought this one!And the formula is beyond excellent! It's completely opaque with just one coat. And like the name says, this polish really does dry fast. I love the packaging, I love the color, and I love the formula. I'd definitely buy this again. Recommended!! A+++
on 4/6/2019 7:29:00 AM
More reviews by lippygal88
My nails were wrecked after prolonged gel nail-use and ended up weak, brittle and soft. After using this for 3 weeks, according to the instructions i.e. freshly applying every couple of days, my nails don't break and are noticeably stronger! It's a pretty, clear varnish with the added bonus of strengthening, so no complaints from me!
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on 4/3/2019 12:31:00 PM
More reviews by auntpatsy
Moisture Rehab (blue liquid) has completely changed my nails. I am finishing off my second bottle, have a third lined up. Or is it third, with a fourth? Doesn't matter, because I need to buy it in bulk, for when it is inevitably discontinued. My nails have been peeling and weak for years and years, impossible to grow (they would split), impossible to clip or cut (they would bend and the peeling would go down further), and impossible to even polish (polish would immediately wear off at the tips, exposing peeling again.) But not anymore. My nails look healthy, and the tips are nice and white with zero peeling, they now grow surprisingly fast, without splitting, and I can clip them with ease. I began to see results after a few weeks. How did I pick Moisture Rehab from the sea of Sally strengtheners? Because I was looking for a penetrating treatment, not a nail polish-plus. Those polish/strenghthening combos have never worked for me, and neither have most moisture treatments. But Moisture Rehab has done what I thought was impossible. I wouldn't believe my own review either, but for $8 to $10, if you are struggling with peeling nails, it is definitely worth a try. I apply to bare nails, as directed, and brush the somewhat thick blue liquid on, and let it sink into the nails for 20 or 30 minutes without massaging it in. I drink coffee every morning, so I do it then. It isn't sticky, messy or very drippy so I hardly know it is there. After it sinks in, I massage the residue into my nails and go about my day. Adding Moisture Rehab to my routine has been the only change I've made to my nail care, so I know it is responsible for this crazy improvement. Of course, now my nails are looking so, so much better, I am also treating them better, by using a hand moisturizer at night more often and trying not to use them as tools. But Moisture Rehab is doing all the heavy lifting. If someone had told me a couple of bottles of a random Sally Hansen product would solve this decades-long problem, I would have called them crazy. Then I would have made a beeline for the drugstore!
on 3/22/2019 6:08:00 PM
More reviews by kelbel245
Color: Slicks and StonesThis lasted six days on me without touching it up. Only minor wear around the tips before day six. I did use the top coat in the same line. I had no problem with it streaking, like some other posters did. The drying time is a little longer than some other polishes. I can deal with that for a polish that lasts more than a day or two. I will be buying more colors.
on 3/21/2019 6:11:00 PM
More reviews by Cindi33
Not that great. I went through 2 entire bottles of this and my nails are still in terrible shape. I've used this for every single manicure for almost 2 seasons of months now and I still have major breaking and peeling. I was using Nailtiques Formula 2 plus for many years and nothing works like it does, but I've been on the hunt for something less pricey and more budget friendly. This is so much less expensive that I wanted to give it a try. This is half the cost of the Nailtiques and I get twice as much product too. I went through two bottles of this back to back so my nails had almost 5 months of treatment and I feel I can honestly gauge it's effectiveness now. I like the round brush and it's just the right size for my smaller nails. It doesn't fan out much but it doesn't need to as my nails are small and narrow and it covers easily n a couple of swipes. It says to shake gently before applying and that simply causes bubbles to form in the polish, so I skip that step. I don't like the dried bubbles in the polish and it seems senseless as there is no separation that I can detect. It goes on in a thicker layer and it's hard to get a thin even coat. It does seem to self level but it's transparent so it's really hard to tell without being able to see it. It dries pretty quickly but it also thickens in the bottle a lot during use so there is a need to add thinner to use the last half of the bottle. It dries so quickly that it makes little strings as you take the brush from the bottle to apply it on the nail. I don't like that. It says this can be used alone or as a base coat. I use it as a base coat. This does not make my nails as hard as wraps at all as it claims. I've used silk wraps and no, this is not as strong at all. I've given this ample time to work and I realize that nail damage takes months to grow out and heal so I gave it plenty of time. It doesn't do for me what I need, so I will not repurchase.
on 3/21/2019 11:13:00 AM
More reviews by KasiaMkeup7
Found this lip gloss at a dollar tree, firstly, the smell is very good, it’s a sweet fruity scent, which I liked. The gloss itself is okay, there definitely is a plastic taste in your mouth when you wear it, but it’s bearable. The color is pretty, looks nice and is very glossy on the lips. Wear time is average, you’d probably need to touch up within the first hour, in my experience. The packaging looks nice,quality is awful. There is a black lid thing in the lipgloss, and it fell off. I had to keep putting it on, and when it comes off, there’s way too much product on the brush, and there’s lip gloss everywhere! The applicator is a brush one, which I prefer, however within a week of using this the brush went to shit, making a even and precise application nearly impossible. However, for only a $1, it’s a pretty good gloss.
on 3/19/2019 7:17:00 PM
More reviews by Deserts
I bought this product many years ago (5 or 6 or more?) and it did take me years to finish because I wasn't an avid nail care person, if you use it multiple times a day I'm sure you'll be able to finish it much faster. However, I don't think this product actually does anything. I didn't notice how it improved my nail or cuticle health at all. All I felt was greasiness and a faint weird smell. I might as well just use my cooking oil. I kept on using it till I finished it and I could say with confidence that it doesn't work. The gold bottle is very pretty though, although the foil on the cap has peeled over the years.
on 3/17/2019 11:22:00 AM
More reviews by lureinmotion
I purchased this nail polish in the color 052 Small But Mighty. Let me say, the color alone is gorgeous- I can't stop looking at my nails! It's a very fine glittery purplish pink that looks gold depending on how the light hits it. The outstanding thing about this particular polish (and I only speak for Small But Mighty as I've noticed glittery polishes tend to wear longer) is how well it wears! It's amazing really. I applied two coats to my bare nails (as per the directions) and the polish went an entire week without chipping!!! I've never gotten those kind of results before with a polish! No basecoat, no topcoat- which cuts down on time, plus 7 days of wear (for me)...how can you beat that!? And yes, I've done dishes daily and put all the normal wear and tear on my nails. As you can tell I'm pretty impressed.
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on 3/3/2019 6:04:00 PM
Love this bright royal blue creme! From their Limited Edition Sally Hansen + Crayola Insta-Dri Collection, Denim is a rich and beautiful shade of technicolor blue. It's flattering and gorgeous on the nail, I am so glad I bought this one!Excellent formula as well. Only one coat is needed (but I still used two) and like the name says, this polish really does dry fast.I love the packaging, I love the color, and I love the formula. I'd definitely buy this again. Recommended!! A+++
on 3/1/2019 7:35:00 PM
More reviews by kaygee244
Tried "Opal Chrome". Looks great when you 1st put it on. Then it gets dull & not smooth looking. Takes forever to dry! I was disappointed in this product. I was looking forward to the effect of "chrome"!
on 2/22/2019 8:46:00 AM
More reviews by LauriePalmer
I've seen reviews here that mention this product peels or cracks easily. It's not meant to be used as a polish. It's a nail mask that you put on at night and wash off in the morning. It works well to help my nails.
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