15 October 2013

NOTD: Sally Hansen Winter Funderland Nail Polish Strips

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Despite not getting on very well with the first Sally Hansen Nail Polish Strips that I tried, I've really enjoyed trying the other patterns I got at the same time. I think that first packet must have just been a dud as I haven't had any problems since. Also please ignore the Christmas jumper I'm wearing, It's currently freezing in the house and it's one of my really comfy jumpers!

These strips are really easy to apply; you simply pick the right size for your nails, peel off the back and front and press the strip firmly onto your nail. You then use the nail file to take off the excess. Despite having very small nails I easily found matches. Unlike the last set I tried, I didn't need to apply a top coat as this particular pattern was very glossy. I had these strips on for about five days but the only reason I took them off then was because I was a bit bored with the pattern and not because of the wear or chipping. Removal was very easy as well, I just used the Bourjois remover pot and removed as usual.

Although this pattern isn't available from Fragrance Direct anymore they still have a lot of others in stock and for only £2.49.

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6 comments

  1. I usually find these quite fiddly to apply, but this design is gorgeous!

    Jennie xo | sailorjennie.com

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  2. It looks really good. I have to buy it, because I don´t like removing polishes with glitters....
    http://anesagill.blogspot.com

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  3. Absolutely stunning, I might have to take a look, I think once you get the hang of them they are easy to apply, sadly I'm not quite there yet, but I will be soon!
    http://wwwclairabelle.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. These look so nice and are probably a lot easier to remove than glitter polish. I may have to try some! x

    Leanne - A Slice of My Life

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  5. These sound really good, I've tried to use products like this in the past but I can just never get the hang of it! I've jut found your blog btw and really love it.

    Megan xx

    A Scholar Life

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