Friday, June 2, 2017

Sally Hansen Color of the Moment: Get Mod & Creme de la Creme

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Hello!


I'm back today with another color of the moment duo from Sally Hansen, and this one is a nail artist's dream: Get Mod and Creme De La Creme, two polishes that make a perfect base for nail art designs.


Sally Hansen Color of the Moment: Get Mod and Creme de la Creme
Sally Hansen Color of the Moment: Get Mod and Creme de la Creme


Here's Sally Hansen Creme de la Creme, a pearly white with a hint of pink:

Sally Hansen Creme de la Creme
Sally Hansen Creme de la Creme

Coverage: 2-3 coats; I show three coats here because I have some ridge issues right now, you'll probably only need two unless you have the same thing going on.

Formula and application: Applies well; somewhat patchy on the first coat, but evens out beautifully

If plain white creme polish is a bit to stark for you but you still want to wear/work with white, or if you just want something with a whisper of color, this is the polish for you. The polish doesn't read as light pink when you have it on--the tint and the shimmer just soften the effect of the white.


For my manicure, I stamped with UberChic Beauty plate 18-01, and Hit The Bottle Polish A Glint Of Gold (also available at Beautometry):


Sally Hansen Creme de la Creme stamped with UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Hit The Bottle A Glint Of Gold
Sally Hansen Creme de la Creme stamped with UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Hit The Bottle A Glint Of Gold

Sally Hansen Creme de la Creme stamped with UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Hit The Bottle A Glint Of Gold
Sally Hansen Creme de la Creme stamped with UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Hit The Bottle A Glint Of Gold


Or if you prefer your whites strong, creme-y and true, there's Sally Hansen Get Mod, a bright white creme that looks great by itself and is perfect to get great contrast with other colors:


Sally Hansen Get Mod
Sally Hansen Get Mod

Coverage: 2-3 coats; I show three coats here because I have some ridge issues right now, you'll probably only need two unless you have the same thing going on.

Formula and application: Applies well; somewhat patchy on the first coat, but evens out beautifully

The color on this is true and I like that I don't have to struggled with application. Also, because it's the Miracle Gel line, I wore the manicure below for six days with no chips--pretty impressive.


For my manicure, I stamped using UberChic Beauty 18-01 again, with Messy Mansion Delft Blue, Sterling, and Carbon:


Sally Hansen Get Mod + UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Messy Mansion stamping polishes
Sally Hansen Get Mod + UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Messy Mansion stamping polishes

Sally Hansen Get Mod + UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Messy Mansion stamping polishes
Sally Hansen Get Mod + UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Messy Mansion stamping polishes

Sally Hansen Get Mod + UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Messy Mansion stamping polishes
Sally Hansen Get Mod + UberChic Beauty 18-01 and Messy Mansion stamping polishes


I love how those colors pop against that white background! I think it's safe to say that a reliable white polish is an absolute necessity in every nail artist's polish wardrobe, and these are both great alternatives that will give you long life because of the Miracle Gel formula, when used with the topcoat. This is the second time I've tested it out, and this is now one of my go-to solutions for vacations and such when I need my polish to last a while. What do you think? Have you tried the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel line?


You can find these polishes everywhere that Sally Hansen is sold; for me, that's usually drugstores like CVS or Walgreen's, and their websites. You can also find the Miracle Gel line on Amazon if that's easier for you. And of course you can stalk them around the interwebs here:




Happy stamping!
M.

1 comment:

  1. The stamping you did on top of both manicures are just lovely.

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