Today I have 6 (plus one that I purchased, so 7!) of the new Sally Hansen Color Therapy polishes! There are some lovely colors in this post so let's get to them!
Sally Hansen continues to lead in innovation by introducing its new Color Therapy products: a nail polish, top coat, and nail & cuticle oil, inspired by women’s desire to wear beautiful color while simultaneously caring for their nails. Sally Hansen’s Color Therapy nail polish contains a patented micro-delivery system that delivers an argan oil-enriched formula, resulting in intensive nourishment and instant moisture for healthier-looking nails. The Color Therapy nail polish needs no base coat so the oil complex can directly contact the bare nail. 9 out of 10 women experienced a noticeable improvement in their natural nails after wearing the Color Therapy nail polish. Vibrant tones, available in three magnificent palettes, glide on for a radiant, shiny finish with up to 10 days of fade-proof, chip-resistant wear. The Color Therapy nail polish provides the ultimate color that cares while you wear, with everything needed to restore nails without sacrificing luminous color.
Complete your manicure with the Color Therapy top coat and nail & cuticle oil, both formulated with the same argan oil contained in the nail polish. The top coat provides an ultra-glossy finish for extended wear, and the nail & cuticle oil, the ultimate in nail therapy, instantly makes nails and cuticles look healthier, restored, and rejuvenated.The Ingredient Story
Color Therapy blends a complex of natural argan, acai, and evening primrose oil to condition weak, dry nails. Argan oil contains high levels of unsaturated fatty acids, as well as vitamin E, an antioxidant vital for healthy skin and nails. Acai berry oil is rich in omega-3, 6, and 9 essential fatty acids that are valued for nutrition and conditioning in skin and hair care. Evening primrose oil features essential fatty acids that are known to help reinforce hair strength.
Mauve Mantra is a carnation pink with subtle gold shimmer. This swatch is two coats. I'm not usually the biggest pink polish lover but I liked this! The shimmer is more noticeable than anticipated and it really pairs nicely with the pink.
Robes and Rosé is a metallic fuchsia. This is more my kind of pink polish! Shown here in 2 coats.
Unwine-d is a gorgeous wine red creme. This was a little thin and required 3 coats but I do love a deep red polish every now and then!
Therpewter is a slightly blackened pewter metallic. This had a great formula and was surprisingly opaque in 2 coats.
Bamboost is a lovely dark khaki creme. This was also a bit thin and needed 3 coats for opacity.
Ja-cozy is a cobalt blue creme, which you know is always my favorite! This was 2 coats!
I purchased one of the Color Therapy polishes myself, Slicks and Stones. A deep purple with purple and pink and blue shimmers definitely gives the effect of an oil slick. This was 2 coats.
Have you tried the Color Therapy polishes yet? I only swatched these so I cannot attest to the moisturizing claims; however, the colors and formula's were nice and I will keep wearing these!
Talk to you soon!