Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish

My nails are dry and peel easily. This despite not polishing them all the time and using hand cream.  I love polished nails but it wreaks havoc on them.
Sally Hansen's newest formula adds oil to the mix for nail color that is supposed to nourish nails.

I am all for moisturizing my nails while polished. Seems like it might be hard to pull off so I put this to the test and came away pretty pleased with the formula.

The polish takes 3 coats for really total coverage , but 2 can work. I went one day without top coat and got some quick tip wear, not unusual for me, but once I added top coat ( the brand's Miracle Gel) the color and wear lasted 4 days without any dings, at day 5 it started looking more wore at the tips . For me that's good wear time.

My nails definitely felt less dry once it was removed and I've had no peeling after removal. My nails look in good shape, shiny and better than usual after polish removal.

The brand says" 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."

Color Therapy comes in a wide range of shades,  along with  top coat, base coat and a nail and cuticle oil that I am loving. The oil leaves a sheen on nails while also adding plenty of moisture. My nails seemed smoother after just a few uses.

Drier nails just got a boost .

Shades shown are : Indiglow, Slicks and Stones and Therapewter.


Wendy said...

I just purchased first bottle of Color Therapy. How do remove it? Is this a gel?

Beauty Alchemist said...

Hi Wendy, It removes with any polish remover . Not a gel and easy to remove . Has less odor than many polishes too.
Thanks for stopping by.