Hiya guys. One of my favorite drug-store brands is once again releasing some limited edition shades just in time for Fourth of July! Sally Hansen Insta-Dri line has three luscious cremes that I am head over heels for. These will be available at your chain drugstores and mass retailers nationwide for $4.99 each starting in July.
From Sally Hansen: "Street style is driving the conversation in fashion, but it's not just about the clothes you wear. This kind of style requires a daring attitude, eye-catching patterns, and the bold colors to match. The new, limited-edition collection of Sally Hansen’s Insta-Dri® nail polish offers the perfect assortment of urban-inspired shades. Borrowing from the city-cool of graffiti tags and street art, these new shades are tailored for women with an independent spirit and a unique style all their own."
Sally Hansen Insta-Dri - Quick Brick
Quick Brick can be described as a bright red creme. Now if you're a long-time Sally Hansen fan, the name might seem familiar yet the shade is as different as can be. If you'd like to see a great comparison between the new and old formula then check out The Mercurial Magpie. This new version of Quick Brick has a smooth formula and is almost a one coater. Swatched here in two thin coats and sealed with Seche Vite Topcoat.
Sally Hansen Insta-Dri - Tag, You're It
Tag, You're It can be described as a white creme. I am always a huge fan of the LE whites that come out with my last favorite being OMGhost during Halloween. If you're still looking for your perfect white you might want to try out this one. The formula is not too thick or too thin and self levels really well. I found that it applies best when you don't overload your brush. Swatched here in two thin coats and sealed with Seche Vite Topcoat.
Sally Hansen Insta-Dri - Vandal Eyes
Vandal Eyes can be described as a light blue creme. I was not expecting to like this one as much as I did, but it ended up being my favorite among the three. Such a pretty light shade that compliments my skin tone so nicely. The formula is a little bit patchy and streaky in the first few coats. Swatched here in three thin coats and sealed with Seche Vite Topcoat.
Overall these cremes are a great addition to any stash especially if you're a long term Sally Hansen fan like me. The colors are bright and pretty without being dupes for my personal collection. Now because these were released for Fourth of July I decided to create a bunch of nail art looks using these three cremes and that'll be available on Wednesday. Stay tuned!