Nail Polish Collection| Sally Hansen, Wet N Wild & Candies!

Welcome back for another part of my Nail Polish Collection! 🙂 In the video below I share all of my Sally Hansen, Wet N Wild and Candies polishes. For the first part of my collection, click here! All the polishes are listed below the video! 🙂 Hope you enjoy!  What’s on my nails? L’oreal “Wispy Clouds”

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Polishes Mentioned (in order):

Sally Hansen:

  • Titanium Flush
  • Pink Up
  • Mad Women
  • Sun Kissed
  • Hard Lemonade
  • Mellow Yellow
  • Green With Envy
  • No Hard Feelings
  • Grape Shifter
  • Sterling Silver
  • Glam Fest
  • Glitz Gal
  • Hard To Get

Wet N Wild:

  • 9.0.2.1. Orange
  • Frosted Fuchsia
  • Lavender Creme
  • Tickled Pink
  • Caribbean Frost
  • Slap the Bass
  • Gettin’ Amped

Candies:

  • Orange Pop
  • Candy Hearts
  • Moonlit Mermaid
  • Mega Metal
  • Galactic Dust
  • White Noise

 

Thanks so much for watching! Share your collection with me on social media with the #pinkglitters22 <3

Check out the first part of my collection!

 

See you next time,

megan-sig

 

 

Disclaimer: This video/blog post is not sponsored! All polishes mentioned were bought with my own money and all opinions are my own! 

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2 Comments

  1. Megan,
    I enjoy seeing your polish collection! I have been using L.A. Colors Color Craze in from the Dollar Tree in nude. I apply one to two coats of polish, and it stays fine for a few days. However, I find that when I apply Sally Hansen Advanced Hard as Nails Strengthening Top Coat it makes the polish almost peelable. Meaning I can literally peel an entire nail of polish off without chipping it. I was wondering why this might happen, and how I can fix it or what to do to help polish stay unchipped longer.

    • I have the same issue! I recommend using a strong adhesion base coat, like China Glaze! I’ve noticed with that one I have less full-nail peeling. Also, I’ve noticed with ridge-filling base coats my polish peels much more! For top coat, I recommend a fast-drying topcoat like seche vite!

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