Sally Hansen - Arm Candy & Copper Penny

Hi fellow nail polish lovers!!  Hope you're having a great weekend!

I have two polishes from Sally Hansen's Complete Salon Manicure line.  These are actually two polishes from a press release I shared a few weeks ago.  You can see it here.

The first is Army Candy, a light pink jelly.  It's very sheer, so it looks nude when applied on the nail.  Here I used two coats with no base or top coat.


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Arm Candy is a really simple polish if you want a clean and conservative look.  It is a bit streaky, but since it's so sheer, it's not very visible.

Of course I had to try a jelly sandwich since it's a jelly, so I added a coat of Elixir Lacquers With a K, then another coat of Arm Candy.  Here's how it turned out.

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I absolutely love this combo!!  It turned into a pink beauty with white flakes and glitter.  A totally transformed mani.  I'm looking forward to having more fun with Arm Candy.

Next is Copper Penny.  It's a clear base packed with copper hexagon microglitter.  I applied three coats with no base or top coat.

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As you can see, it's not very difficult to get full coverage with this mani.  It's a really pretty glitter.  And I like it on its own, it's such a unique color for me.  I plan on layering it and seeing how it looks.

What do you guys think of these two polishes?  Do you have a favorite?

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure polishes can be purchased at most drugstores for $7.99.

**Products sent for honest review**
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4 comments:

  1. That really is some great coverage from Copper Penny, and wow, Arm Candy is perfect for sammiching--I love that pretty, pink combo!

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  2. All three are pretty. I really like Arm Candy though...nice and simple :)

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