Sally Hansen - Spring Racing Shades

Today I have a little sneak peak of two of the ‘soon to be released’ Spring Racing polishes from Sally Hansen!

There are seven Spring Racing inspired shades which are perfect for the warmer weather here in Australia. Sally Hansen have also designed a new brush for better application. It is rounded to fit the curve of your cuticles and is shaped to hug the contours of your nails. Today I'll be showing you two shades from the Sally Hansen Spring Racing 2014 collection.

“Peach of Cake” is a smooth creme polish. The perfect peach colour. Though application may leave a streaky appearance. A minimum of three coats will help this issue.

“Water Color” was very difficult colour to apply to the nails. It is a rich aqua blue colour. Due to its heavy pigmentation, mistakes are inevitable (unless you're a pro). *Note - This shade will stain your nails if you do not use a quality base coat. 

The rest of the colours available in this collection look gorgeous! The two shades that I was supplied are not exactly my taste. Though I am willing to give them a go this spring. A stand-out problem with these polishes is the new brush style. While I like the idea of the curved end, it is quite thick because of the 800-bristle count, and it can take some getting use to. Streaking is also an issue.

*Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Nail Polishes are
DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde free.

Sally Hansen Nail Polishes are available at most drugstores, pharmacies, and if you're in Australia, check Priceline. The Complete Salon Manicures retail in Australia for $14.95.

Would you wear these colours to the races?

Disclosure: The product(s) in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer and/or their PR company for my consideration. All opinions are my own. 
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