Yes thank you, I’d love to be dripping in gems. I’ll take diamonds, sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. While we’re at it throw in some pearls, lapis, and amethyst to make my life complete. If I can’t have those can I have the new Sally Hansen Color Therapy Enchanting Gems Collection instead? It’s limited edition so I need to get on it quickly.
I’ve had the pleasure of wearing Sally Hansen Color Therapy polishes before and they are absolutely wonderful. The formula needs no base coat since it contains an argan oil enhancing complex that results in extra nourishment and instant moisture for you nails. A special Color Therapy top coat is available that also contains the argan oil formula. The top coat provides an amazingly glossy finish and longer wear. They say you should be able to wear the polishes for 10 days of fade-proof and chip-resistant wear. I typically wear my polishes for 7 days and they look good as new at my next appointment.samples
To my delight I have two shades of these: Pink Sapphire and Smoky Emerald. Both are fabulous colors and I want more from this collection.
Pink Sapphire is a striking pink red shade that Sally Hansen calls electric pink. The first coat did look very pink but with the second coat it filled in with more redness. The combination makes me ecstatic.
Pink Sapphire has shimmer within that makes it stand out. When I was at the salon to get my nails done I was complimented on both my nails and the color by a very attractive woman. It turned out she’s one of the newscasters on my local 6 and 11 o’clock news. That compliment meant extra to me once I realized who it came from. And Sally Hansen should be happy with that compliment too!
Smoky Emerald totally surprised and delighted me. I’m not a green person but the description sounded so interesting that I was intrigued enough to want it: “Embrace evening magic with this blackened midnight teal green”.
Just look at this beauty! It’s everything that was described….
and more! Not only is there depth to the shimmer but the color looks different depending on the light.
In brighter light you can see the emerald and teal. In low lights it mostly looks like a blackened teal.
Let’s see some of the other shades available!
Which will you choose? These are available now in drugstores worldwide but they’ll be gone way too soon. — Marcia