Spring has officially sprung with @Sallyhansen manicures #iheartmynailart #cbias #socialfabric

Hey beauties!  I just got wrapped up planning a fantastic Spring manicure event for the girls.  Check out all the fabulous Sally Hansen goodies I discovered at my local Walgreens.

Check out more photos of my entire Walgreens trip on my Google + album!


My local Walgreens is gorgeous, clean, and has one of the largest Sally Hansen selections to choose from I’ve ever seen.


Here is the main Sally Hansen section on the Beauty Aisle within Walgreens.  There were also various free standing Sally Hansen items all along the aisle.  It was so hard to decide on what to get with all of these options!


This particular set up is what inspired the nail art that was done.  First of all, great deal at 2 polishes for $5.  Don’t forget about the Balance Rewards!


Purchasing was simple.  Set up of the Balance Rewards program was a breeze – there was no paperwork to fill out and Jeanie at the store was an absolute breath of fresh air.  She filled me in on all of the secrets about the points system and how easy it is to rack up points for rewards that can lead to even more significant savings in the future.  Just for signing up and selecting the items I did, I saved 21% off my purchase!


Lots to choose from.  This here is proof you don’t need a million different things to achieve awesome nail art.  Plus I got a coupon for $2 off my next Sally Hansen Salon Effects purchase.  Sweet!


These are the Spring Sally Hansen polishes I chose on their own.  No base or top coat needed with these beauties.


My tip for french manicures is to use a 3 hole punch repair sticker.  They do not peel off your already dry polish.  Just apply with slight pressure and paint the tips.  Then pull off for a clean curvy line that will look like a pro did it.


The nail art pen was so incredibly simple to use.  I created petite Neon Pink sunbursts of dots on top of Sheer Ecstasy.  A hand drawn heart on a clear base.  And thin lines to add a pop on the striped nail.


There is the glitter french tip!  Plus the nail art pain allowed me to do a bold color contrast against the bright green nail.  So fun for Spring!  Now the girls will have plenty of ideas as inspiration to get this #iheartmynailart party started.  What design would you choose?


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The favorite look of the day was a combination of Sally Hansen nail polish and thin stripes of the Salon Effects placed in the middle of each nail for a contrast.  Sometimes combining the unexpected can lead to great results.  Don’t be afraid to mix and match.  Having fun is what art is all about.  Your nails are just tiny palettes.  🙂

Awesome Walgreen’s / Sally Hansen deals to score on now!

  • $1 off Sally Hansen Tweezers and Clippers

  • (3/31-4/27) Sally Hansen Extreme and Salon Effects 2/$5 w/ 1,000 points

  • (3/31-4/27) Insta Gel Starter Kits $19.99

  • (3/31-4/27) Gel Starter Kits $59.99

You can purchase Sally Hansen online through Walgreen’s. “Think Outside the Block” with your nail art.

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I am a member of the Collective Bias®  Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias®  and COTY #cbias #SocialFabric

All opinions on products are 100% my own.


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