Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Polish Review

This Christmas I found two Sally Hansen nail polishes in my stocking (thanks Santa), and was excited to test out the colour but even more excited to see if it could be compared to having a gel polish applied.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish

The process is very simple, and there is no lamp required, just the Miracle Gel polish colour and Miracle Gel polish top coat, both from Sally Hansen.

 

Instructions:

  • No base coat required
  • Apply two coats of the colour polish.
  • Leave to dry for about 30-60 mins
  • Apply one coat of the gel top coat.
  • Allow dry

 

Sally Hansen Gel Nail Polish

I have terrible nails, very brittle and my manicure usually chips within a day or two of applying nail polish. This polish lasted quite well on my nails, considering I type all day and have a tendancy of picking at things. I am sure on someone else they could actually get about 2 weeks out of it, but for me it lasted 1 week. Don’t get me wrong, 1 week is actually really long for me, my nails have a tendency to chip within a couple of days of most DIY manicure.

The colour is lovely, but I am definitely going to invest in more shades and I think it will work great for my toes too, especially in Summer. The colour I am wearing is Redgy.

Sally Hansen Gel Polish

Have to tried out the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel polish yet? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

 

Thank you for reading,

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I featured a Chanel nail polish on my Valentine’s Day wish list, which you can read here.Β 

 

 

 

 

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