February 2, 2013

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure So Much Fawn

Base: one coat Zoya Get Even
Color: two coats Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure So Much Fawn
Top: one coat Poshe
Application: excellent (out of poor, average, good, excellent)

After the Golden Globes, a lot of nail enthusiasts were wondering what Adele had on her nails. It turned out it was Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure So Much Fawn with Sally Hansen CSM Copper Penny on top! I have So Much Fawn for today's post, and I will have a post with Copper Penny layered over this baby soon, so you can see what Adele's nails really looked like. So Much Fawn is a pretty pink-brown creme. It's a nice flattering shade, not too much pink, but not too brown either. It's a nice neutral shade that I think would look great on a variety of skin tones. It looked nice on me and excellent on my mom (she has it on right now and is much cooler toned than I am).

So Much Fawn almost painted itself on my nails. This is two coats and it is completely opaque. It was actually opaque in just one coat, but it always feels like a nail polish sin to show you just one coat. My mom loves one coaters and is currently wearing this at one coat. The Complete Salon Manicure brush is one of those very wide ones, like the Sally Hansen Insta Dri brush. I know some people aren't a fan of them, but I find they make for excellent application once you get used to them. The formula of this polish was really great, nice consistency and easy to use.

I am surprised at how much I like this color! It's a great neutral, without being a mannequin hands shade. If I can ever grab the bottle away from my mom again, I will definitely wear this when I am in need of a neutral mani.

Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure So Much Fawn is available now at drugstores near you.

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Angie D said...

Pretty!! I really like it :). I bet it would look great with common sense on top ;)

Never Enough Nails said...

OMG Angie! You're right, now I have to try that combo! I bet it would make a smashing base for Common Sense!