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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Tracy Reese for Sally Hansen Spring 2011

Here are three polishes from the Tracey Reese collection for Sally Hansen that came out in the Complete Salon Manicure polish line this Spring. The collection was heavily pastel but there were a few brighter shades thrown in.

First is my favorite, Casting Call. It's a melon coral crème that was opaque in one coat. I used two because I normally do and it makes the color look nicer on most polishes. The formula was superb. Flowed nicely and wasn't thick or thin, but in that nice polish sweet spot.
Next is Eel Skin, a very gorgeous cool toned grey crème. I really adore this polish and wore it as a pedicure color for a while. I was surprised to see this in a Spring collection, but I don't care I love it! This is two coats.
And last to show you today is Barracuda, a pastel baby blue crème with that mod day-glo look, almost as if you painted a coat over white. This one was slightly thicker than the others, but still relatively easy to work with. This is three coats.
I'm impressed with these Salon Complete polishes, they have great formulas and pigmentation. I don't think I'll ever love the bottle design or the brush totally, it's just too much. The brush stem is way too wide for the opening of the bottle. Otherwise, I give these polishes a thumbs up.

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