Fabulous Findings- Sally Hansen Salon Effects Haul

20150314_180310

I know I had said earlier that I wasn’t going to be buying anymore nail polishes…. but technically this isn’t nail polish right? Oh well, I just couldn’t resist.

I was at my local Dollar Tree when I came across something that was part of their latest shipment and I was a little hesitant to buy it because I wasn’t completely sure it would work. It was Sally Hansen’s Salon Effects nail polish strips. I had never used them before and was hesitant because usually fake nails and nail tips don’t really fit my finger nails well. I ended up buying 2 of them because they were only $1.00 each. After my purchase I went along on my next stop of the day, Wal-Mart.

While in Wal-Mart I decided to check out their nail aisle. That was when I realized they carried the same Sally Hansen nail polish strips…. but they were over $11.00 each. I was flabberghasted. Once I was done in Wal-Mart I headed home. I decided I wanted to try these strips.

I never realized just how quick and simple it could be. I didn’t have to worry about the strips not fitting, they just seemed to work fine. I did have a little bit of trouble on the first hand I tried but as I kept going it got easier and easier. The best part is that no drying time is needed!

Each package contains a set of 16 nail polish strips, a cuticle stick and a mini nail file/buffer.

I ended up going back to the Dollar Tree and I bought one of each nail design. It was so easy and inexpensive that I just had to.

Here is the different ones I bought.

1.) 260 Glitz Blitz

20150314_180338

2.) 003 Red My Tulips

20150314_180348

3.) 440 Animal Instict

20150314_180400

4.) 004 Horse A-Round

20150314_180408

5.) 360 Laced Up

20150314_180420

6.) 560 Tie-Dye For

20150314_180431

7.) 240 Check It Out

20150314_180442

8.) 310 Wild Child

20150314_180454

9.) 001 Disk-O Queen

20150314_180509

10.) 520 Spring Fever

20150314_180528

11.) 340 Girl Flower

20150314_180541

I’ve already used two of them but I will share those in upcoming posts. Have you used the nail polish strips from Sally Hansen or even a different brand? If so what did you think of them?

Advertisements

9 thoughts on “Fabulous Findings- Sally Hansen Salon Effects Haul”

  1. Great deal! I have used these before. A really long time ago. I had the houndstooth ones and I used them as accent nails for when I did not want to do a whole designed hand! Then they last even longer. Also, use them right away because if you keep them around, they pretty much dry up and become useless.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I haven’t used the Sally Hansen strips but I am an Independent Consultant for Jamberry Nails. The main difference is that Jamberry are non-toxic. I would LOVE to send you a free sample for you to compare the two. 🙂 If you are interested, here is the Google form http://bit.ly/1BSYUdf to fill out and I’ll drop that in the mail to you.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s