October 25, 2014

Sally Hansen Halloween 2014-Goodies!

 *Sent for review*

Get ready for Halloween coming at you for the next week here on Never Enough Nails! I have lots of fun polishes to share with you. Today I have a couple of this year's Halloween treats from Sally Hansen to show you. This perfect pumpkin orange creme polish is Sally Hansen Pumpkin Queen. I'm really excited about this polish because I have been searching for a true pumpkin orange polish. I own a lot of oranges, but many of them are too bright, too red, too yellow or too peachy. Pumpkin Queen is just pure pumpkin goodness! This Halloween, Sally Hansen also released three other Insta-Dri polishes- a matte black named Scaredy Matte (so cute!), a black creme (Night Fright) and a white creme (Omghost).


This is two easy coats of Pumpkin Queen, I love this formula! I generally really like Insta-Dri polishes. After you get used to the shape of the brush, I think they are actually easier to apply and get that nice shape by the cuticle without clean-up. I used one coat of Sally Hansen Insta-Dri top coat (the red bottle) to top it off, but it's pretty shiny all by itself.



Sally Hansen has two new Big Glitter Top Coats for Halloween 2014. This is Sally Hansen Dressed to Thrill over Pumpkin Queen. Dressed to Thrill is a gorgeous rose gold glitter mix in a clear base. There two sizes of smaller rose gold glitter and medium size holographic square glitters.


This is one coat of Dressed to Thrill over Pumpkin Queen. It was easy to apply and had the perfect balance of glitter to base- not too thick or too thin. I used regular brushstrokes to apply this and it went on evenly.



The second Big Glitter Top Coat for Halloween is Sally Hansen Costume Glitters. Costume Glitters is a mix of silver glitters in a clear base. This has two sizes of smaller silver glitter, some smaller holo glitters and medium holographic square glitter.


This is one coat of Costume Glitters over NYC Blackula (from last Halloween).  I did a bit of dabbing when I applied this one. With the darker base color, I wanted the glitter to look nice and evenly applied. It applied well though and had the same nice consistency as Dressed to Thrill.

*Sent for review*

Sally Hansen also has two new Fuzzy Coat polishes and four varieties of Salon Effects nail stickers for Halloween 2014. I have one of the Salon Effects to show you next, they are SO CUTE!!!! Sally Hansen Halloween 2014 products are available at a drugstore near you!

2 comments:

Ananka said...

The orange looks really nice and I like the glitter too :-)

Erin Neverenoughnails said...

This is my official Halloween orange now Ananka! so pumpkin-y!