Saturday, May 25, 2013

Sally Hansen Resurrection and Green Tea- Spring 2013 Designer Collection

Happy weekend, lovelies! Today I have two really pretty polishes to show you guys! One is a blue which totally surprises me, but I am totally in love.These are both LE polish from the Spring 2013 Designer Collection. Resurrection is by designer Prabal Gurung and Green Tea is by Tracy Reese. Sally Hansen does a designer collection every so often and I always love their polishes. Some of these are rereleases (pretty sure Green Tea is one of them). These two are both really beautiful, I may be going back for a couple others (Dune, Butterscotch, Angel Bite, and possibly White Out). There are also a few others in the collection called First Kiss, Soy Latte, Apparition, and Hot Lava for a total of 10 shades! There really is something for everyone. You can see bottle shots and display shots at Nouveau Cheap.

This beauty is Sally Hansen Resurrection  from the Complete Salon Manicure line. Totally opaque in one coat, but this is two out of habit. The formula on this was fantastic. One of the best I've used all year! Seriously though. If you like grayed out blues then you need this. You all know how I love my grays so this is perfect for me. I wore this with an accent of Sally Hansen Shoot the Moon which is part of their permanent line.

Next up is Sally Hansen Green Tea. I'm not usually a green kind of girl but this is a really great polish. This is the second time I've worn it and I would 100% recommend it. This is not quite a mint but not quite a jade either. The formula was great! Could have been a one coater if I was careful, but as usual this is 2 coats.


If I haven't said it before, I'll say it now; I love Sally Hansen polishes! I've rarely been let down and these two were definitely great! I know that I'll be using them a lot in the future. While the CSM line is a bit pricey, there are always coupons floating around (I got $2 off each of these) and I think that these shades are well worth the investment, even if greens and blues aren't usually your forte.

xoxo Elle


  1. I agree with you - I picked up Hot Lava and Soy Latte for $5 each. For the size of the bottle and the quality, I think it's worth the money.
    These 2 shades are really pretty.

    1. So worth it! Sally Hansen has really been knocking it out of the park lately!


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