NAIL REVIEW: Sally Hansen Nail Polish Strips

18 Feb

Yesterday I tried the Sally Hansen Nail Polish Strips for the first time. (Yes I’m slightly late!) I got them on clearance for $4.25 at Target; I think regular price is around $7.00.

They were fairly easy to apply after a few times of doing them. My only complaints with the product is that they only give you 16 strips. I have 10 fingers. So it’s a little frustrating that they give a few extra but make you buy another pack if you want to do all your fingers again. However, you probably could use the extra for special designs on individual fingers. My other complaint is that the polish is supposed to last for 10 days, but today is my second day and it’s already chipping a little.

Overall, I would buy these again- but only if on sale. But enough about that, here are a few pictures of me completing the process.

Let me know of how this has worked out for you all. I want to know if I’m the only one with an experience like this.

Here's the box

Here’s the box. Click Me!

Match up the strips with the size of your nails.

Match up the strips with the size of your nails.

Peel off the clear plastic on the top, then the polish strip.

Peel off the clear plastic on the top, then the polish strip.

Apply the strip to your finger.

Apply the strip to your finger.

Tuck the strip under your nail and file down the edges with the buffing side of the nail file.

Tuck the strip under your nail and file down the edges with the buffing side of the nail file.

Here's the finished product.

Here’s the finished product.

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