This week I got to review Sally Hansen nail polish. I received six different shades in two different styles. The colors on the left are called Complete Salon Manicure the names of the shades are (from left to right) #450 Kook a Mango, #320 Earl Grey, #440 Punch Drunk. Complete Salon Manicure has been reformulated with patented Vita-Care Technology to provide advanced wear, more shine, and nourishing care. The new technology over the course of ten days delivers 7 salon benefits in a single bottle:
As a base coat
The formula perfects nails, and smoothes out imperfections for a flawless surface.
As a Strengthener
It reinforces nails to help resist splits, chips and cracks.
As a Growth Treatment
The formula protects problem nails, allowing them to grow longer and stronger.
As a High Intensity Color
It glides on concentrated pigments in two coats for a salon-quality manicure.
As a Top Coat
It provides extra protection and brilliant shine.
As a Chip Resistant
It ensures durability for longer lasting wear.
As a Gel Shine
It creates a high impact-ultra glossy colour for a gel like look!
It is absolutely amazing to get all those benefits from one single bottle! They have 49 shades, 37 new and 12 existing best sellers! They are $8.95 a bottle and can be found in major drug stores, grocery stores, and other retailers across Canada!
The other three polishes are called Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear in shades (from center to right) #420 Pacific Blue, #485 Golden-I, and #200 Strobe Light. They are super bright funky polishes my daughter just adores! To see all the other amazing products Sally Hansen carries visit www.sallyhansen.com!
In other news I began planting my seeds in my garden this week. So far I planted chives, tomatoes, strawberries, cucumbers, pumpkins, lettuce, spinach. We will see how things go, I am pretty sure most will be ok but I think its too early for my strawberries and tomatoes :( I looked up on google when I should start sowing my seeds but I never looked up separate planting time... duh! Oh well trial and error. The only way to learn is to try!
My son planted a sunflower seed for me at preschool and it is getting huge! So at least I know it will flourish in my garden!