Monday, July 25, 2011

NOTD: Sally Hansen Salon Effects Nail Polish Strips in Zebra

  Hello to all my lovely followers!!! First of all I would like to congratulate my prize giveaway winner Mama Bear & Bee..Please check out her blog if you have not done so...Thank you!!

   "OMG"!!!! that is all I can say this past week had been crazy I had to cut my Internet provider because the service sucked so in the mean time I can only used Internet when my hubby is home because he has Wi-Fi on his  phone but the problem is that he works so I cant be online when I feel like it  but I will have to work something out for the next week or until I can get a new Internet provider.

    Any who, today I wanted to share with all you girls the Sally Hansen nail polish strips.This nail polish strips come in handy to me  because I sometimes don't have time to do my nails. I have a toddler at home so the only time I get to do my nails is when my little lady bug takes a nap. Plus it takes time to let the nails dry and all those step to get a perfect nail.I have used this nails strips twice I had them also in the flower design and they lasted more than two weeks.I sometimes top them with a top coat just to give them a nice shine I'm definitely going to get more of this nail polish strips because I really do like them. I got so many complement when I go out that I talked in to a good friend of mine to try them and now shes hooked on them. So next time you see this at the store give them a try I'm sure that u will like them too.


  Enjoy,



I used my Essie top coat


                                                                       Target - $9

                                          
                                            First make sure all the nails are clean and and ready to work with.



                                          You get 16 strips in varying sizes, a cuticle stick and mini file/buffer.



                   Then you peel off the nail polish strip from the plastic and press it on to your nail making sure you smooth the edges and file off the excess.                     
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