August 29 2014

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Sally Hansen’s Sticky Situation


















Sally Hansen secured its position as a fashion-forward nail brand when it partnered with Prabal Gurung on a six-piece color collection for spring. Its latest launch further proves that the popular mass-market company is well aware of what’s up. Behold Sally Hansen’s new range of Salon Effects Nail Polish Strips—a DBP-, toluene-, and formaldehyde-free lacquer alternative that you simply peel, apply, bend, and file for a super-charged, super-easy manicure. Available in 16 different shades, the fun adhesive films just started rolling out to drugstores nationwide and will be widely distributed come March. Our advice is to skip the shiny neons like the yellow Electric Shock and the blue Teal With It (get it?) in favor of high-powered prints like Girl Flower and our personal favorite, Collide-O-Scope. The latter is a thick rainbow glitter concoction that resembles a more concentrated, less labor-intensive version of Deborah Lippmann’s Happy Birthday polish and can in fact be applied at work, at home, or in transit. We affixed one of these sticky patterns on the subway recently, and are happy to report that it is still on after a week of wear. (Hopefully, we’ll get around to adorning our other nine fingers on the commute home tonight.)

Photo: Courtesy of Sally Hansen

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