Wednesday, March 18, 2009

PARTY ON MY NAILS

Good morning dearies! Today I have more swatches from Saturday, I told you I did a MONSTER amount of swatching last weekend :)
Today I have Sally Hansen Salon - Pick A Pink. This was one I got off the clearance rack at Walgreens for like $2 dollars. I have said before I really like Sally Hansen Salon line's bottles. What I have been noticing here lately, is how much I really like the SH Salon line all around. This line has great colors, and I don't recall ever having any application issues other than maybe a minor one here or there. These are on the pricey side though. I think Walgreen's sells these for $6-$7 dollars!!! That is quite a bit when you consider you can get OPI, CG, Essie, ETC for $2-$4 each from the etailers. I noticed several of the SH Salon line nail polishes on the clearance rack and I picked them all up since they were at such a good price. Check your clearance racks at Walgreens ladies, they usually hold some great buys!
Pick A Pink is one of those bright but not blindingly bright pinks. It is a "safe" bright pink, something that is definitely nice and bright, but won't get your nails noticed. I probably wouldn't wear this one by itself, but as you will see I paired it with Love My Nails - Pretty In Pink and that got the party started!








Yall want this party started, right?? Yall want this party started quickly, right? (Name that song!!!)





I would love to hear your thoughts on Sally Hansen's Salon line!!

7 comments:

Rai said...

OMG! I love that pink.

lol. I just painted my nails with a Sally Hansen polish.
It's lovely. I'll post pictures later.

Nessa said...

Very pretty, Brooke. Def a pretty in pink polish. I have never used a SH Salon polish. I really can't wait for the Tracy Reese collection to come out. I want that purple and teal one NOW! But I guess I'll have to wait til April 1st (that's the expected date). :(

The Pretty Brown Girl said...

Brooke, where do you get the "Love My Nails" brand? I haven't seen that around these parts since I was a teenager.

This manicure is so cute!

Lucy said...

Pretty pink! Your nails are looking really good Brooke.

Brooke said...

RAI - I will check your nails out then :)

NESSA - I think I ended up getting a couple of the older Tracy Reese polishes on clearance. None of them just really wowed me I guess, plus that $6.00 price tag throws me off too :)

THE PBG - I get them at Walmart. I think they are like 97 cents, very cheap. They have about 7-10 different big, chunky glitters. And I have had no problems getting the glitters to come out either.

LUCY - Thanks for noticing! I have really been anxious for them to really start growing.

Olga said...

I have four Sally Hansen, one of them is Pick a Pink. They are good but rather pricey for drugstore np.

I usually waint until they have a 50% off the second bottle IF i REALLY LIKE the two colors.

Brooke said...

OLGA - I agree, they are pricey!

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