Monday, April 17, 2017

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel #colorofthemoment Pink and Coral Swatches and Review

I'm back with more Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Polishes in the pink and coral family, along with some simple tape mani nail art! Since Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen's Global Color Ambassador, rocks the tape nail art, I thought I would also give it a try. 
*sent by PR for photography and review*
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel #colorofthemoment Pink and Coral

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel is a no-light polish-gel hybrid intended for long wear. The system includes both a color polish and a top coat that fuse for longevity. This polish also comes with the brand's typical wide, rounded brush. The top coat gives it an amazingly plump, non-streaky finish, but this is definitely not a quick-dry system. Give it plenty of time to dry before bed or using your hands.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 319 Tipsy Gypsy is a French fuchsia worn here in two thin coats. It covers nicely, but leave it plenty of time to dry. I love the color but am very disappointed in the name. If you want to know why it is problematic, please read this post. I will refer to it as Tipsy below.
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 319 Tipsy Gypsy
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 319 Tipsy Gypsy
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 319 Tipsy Gypsy

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 319 Tipsy Gypsy
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 319 Tipsy Gypsy
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 339 Electric Pop is a coral-leaning pink worn here in two thin coats. This is super-bright! I recommend extra thin coats with this one and generous dry time to prevent bubbles as it is more finicky than other shades in the line.
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 339 Electric Pop
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 339 Electric Pop

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 339 Electric Pop
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 339 Electric Pop

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 339 Electric Pop

I recycled my day-old mani with Miracle Gel 319 Tipsy by using chevron nail vinyls and a single coat of 339 Electric Pop for a jazzy spring effect.
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel vinyl nail art

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel vinyl nail art

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel vinyl nail art

I did the reverse with my day-old mani of 339 Electric Pop and simply covered half of the nail with scotch tape and painted over a layer of 319 Tipsy. I love the simplicity and ease of this mani!
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel taped nail art

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel taped nail art

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel taped nail art

That wraps up my Sally Hansen Miracle Gel pinks and corals playtime! Do you prefer one shade over the other? What nail art looks would you try with these two?

*sent by PR for photography and review*

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