Another Square Hue. After that orange over the weekend, I wasn’t sure how this formula was going to be. But it was actually buttery and not chalky. It’s opaque in 2 coats and it’s a nude shade that doesn’t make me look dead. Bonus! I can see myself using this as an undie for nail art.
Ellis is a subtle champagne holographic. Opaque in 1 coat.
Corinne is a textured beige that dries matte and glittery. Opaque in 2 coats.
This frosty beige has a hint of pink to it in person. You do need two coats. It dries to a matte satin finish.
This nude doesn’t have the best formula out of the Sally Hansen line – it can be a little streaky and draggy – but it’s a solid two-coater. I didn’t have much stamping success with it when it was new, but I might experiment when it gets gloopy.
I’m not a huge fan of nude nails, nor do I get into the satin/matte finishes but Zoya’s formula is just lovely. It’s opaque in two coats, and will definitely be used for nail art undies.
Cosmo is holographic bling at its best. I would call it a champagne – not quite silver, not quite gold. It does get opaque on its own in 3 coats.
Lois is a frosty champagne that looks great with navy and as an undie for nail art. Opaque in 2 coats.