Sally Hansen HD Nail Colour in Hue
  • As all the other colours seemed to have sold out except for Hue and a few blue shades which did not appeal to me so I didn’t buy them, I bought Hue to test it on my nails at home
  • This shade is definitely not for the colour shy as it is extremely bright
  • Overall, I quite like this colour although I know its not for everyone out there due to how bright and tacky it can be

    • by shanjucool
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      I am a huge nail polish fan and am also a collector of various nail polishes in every type of colour and finish that I can find. Hence, I had quite a collection of polish and I don’t think my obsession will stop anytime soon, so I will keep on buying them as new polishes come out that appeal to me. Sally Hansen is a household name in the nail polish industry as they make cheap affordable polish that are easily available to buy at regular drug stores. I had passed the HD line from Sally Hansen at Wal-Mart quite a few times and the last time I went there I swatched some of their current shades available. As all the other colours seemed to have sold out except for Hue and a few blue shades which did

      not appeal to me so I didn’t buy them, I bought Hue to test it on my nails at home.

      The shade looks pale yellow with a very slight orange tinge to it when viewing it on the bottle. But Hue is a pearly pale lemon yellow shade when looked at directly on the nails. It has a slight duo-chrome to it as it appears to have a blue-green sheen to it when looked at from an angle, especially when the nails are held up against a light source. It is a very shimmery and bright shade. It also had slightly larger chunks of shimmer that looks like almost glitter, but it is less noticeable than glitter. The shimmer is in the shame shade as the polish, although sometimes it appears pearly white to me. This shade is definitely ...


      • not for the colour shy as it is extremely bright. It is a party shade that can be worn on tropical themed parties or pool parties. It is not neutral at all and not for the corporate office types as it can look a bit tacky due to its lemon yellow brightness. I’m still a student so I am able to experiment with nail polishes and don’t have to worry about where I wear this shade, but for people who are office-goers with a strict dress code, for them I’d reserve this for special occasions only.

        Application wise, this nail polish was quite streaky on me. The application was not even at all and took 3 coats to be completely opaque, and then some spot touch ups to cover bald areas. It was kind of a messy application as

        the formula also seemed kind of runny and watery, so controlling the medium was a bit hard for me. The drying time of these polishes is extremely quick. It took about 2 minutes for my nails to be completely dry and ready to put on a top coat. I’d say a top coat is necessary for this polish to bring out top shine potential as when simply applying the polish alone, it dries somewhat matte. After adding a top coat it looked very cool and 3D to me, which I liked very much. Overall, I quite like this colour although I know its not for everyone out there due to how bright and tacky it can be. But if you’re up for a fun shade, this is a nice one to try. If you liked my review, please vote.




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