I really love nail polish, but I hate applying it =/ I own tons of polish (about 25 bottles...I think that's a lot, lol). The main array of colors I own are pale/bright pinks, reds, navy blues, blacks, purples, white, clear, etc. I have yet to buy a forest green, yellow, orange, neon blue, silver, gold, etc etc, basically colors you don't expect to see at the job place.
Let's talk about this week's polish, Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Flashy Fuchsia.
**Disclaimer: I'm not so good with words or descriptions of colors, I'll do my best.**
Without flash, the polish looks like it's a hot pink with blue undertones and you don't see ANY sparkles from the micro glitter in the polish. I bet if you're out in the sun, it'll definitely look like a pure hot pink with sparkles (This is my first time using this color...). Sadly I leave to work when it's dark and leave work when it's dark so I don't have a shot in the sun :(
So here's a few shots with flash and without.
Let's discuss the brush, it feels like it was made for men (big fingers), the brush is super wide and quite stiff, to be honest, I don't have a big problem with that, I have very shaky hands so it helps me! I love how fast the polish dries and for an insta dry-kinda polish, it last pretty long. So ladies, always, always, always use a base and top coat and always do more than one coat, don't expect salon quality if you're not willing to do it right. I'm brutal with my nails so I'm not a good judge of how long these should last. I wash tons of dishes (don't use my dishwasher...it's new too, lol) and I am... "brusca" is the word in spanish, in English, rough. If I remember correctly, these last about 5-7 days. One other recommendation, ladies, if your polish is more than 15% chipped off, please, I beg you, remove it! I'd rather see bare buffed nails than severely chipped polish. Anyways, that's all for today, I hope you enjoyed the pics, hasta luego!