Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection *

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Sally Hansen has done it again with their newest collection; the Fuzzy Coat! Textured top coats are all the rage these days, and the Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection does not disappoint! In Australia, Sally Hansen has released seven colours out of the eight that are available in the US - but I was lucky enough to find the eighth shade online!





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Wool Knot, Fuzzy Fantasy, Peach Fuzz, Tight Knit, Tweedy, All Yarned Up, Wool Lite, Fuzz-Sea

The colour range of this collection is fairly good, although noticeably missing a few colours that I expected of Sally Hansen - such as purple, or yellow even. Fuzzy Fantasy is the colour missing from the Australia collection. I'm unsure as why just one colour was missing, as this is an adorable colour. My favourites in the collection include Wool Knot, Peach Fuzz and Wool Lite.

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Wool Knit over Revlon Pink Lingerie, Fuzzy Fantasy over Ulta 3 Exotic Canary, Peach Fuzz over Zoya Reagan, Tight Knit over Zoya Lara, Tweedy over Chi Chi *no name*, All Yarned Up over Sally Hansen Firey Island, Wool Lite over BYS French White, Fuzz-Sea over BYS Black Satin

Two layers using normal application.

I think this is a really great way to spice up what could be a boring manicure! While in my personal opinion, all of those base colours look great by themselves - sometimes you can get a little bored with them after a few days! I used the normal application and found that while the fuzzy bits are fairly sparse, it creates a gorgeous and different look! I've heard some people have problems with application but I was pleasantly surprised! 

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Wool Knot, Fuzzy Fantasy, Peach Fuzz, Tight Knit, Tweedy, All Yarned Up, Wool Lite, Fuzz-Sea

Two coats each using the dabbing technique.

I think that you can get really great coverage using the dabbing technique as you would using glitter. (I actually learnt this technique from watching this beautiful babe's videos! You can check out her YouTube here!) I actually really like these polishes both ways, as either a cute top coat, or a full manicure! The dabbed technique also looks really great as a feature nail!

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Revlon Pink Lingerie topped with Sally Hansen Wool Knot

This has been my favourite combination so far! I'm in love with the gorgeous pink, blue and white combination and it reminds me of cupcake icing! (Probably not so good for my diet!)

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I found that this manicure lasted me ages! (Which is why there are no other manicure photos, I didn't want to take it off!) Chipping was minimal as well, especially considering I didn't use a top coat at all.

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Overall I'm really loving the Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection! The colours are gorgeous and really pop, and you can make so many different combinations! I ended up buying practically the entire set of them when they first hit the shelves, and I haven't regretted it once!

Do you like the look of the Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection? What's your favourite colour?

You can pick these babies up for about $9.95!


* Some of these products were provided for my consideration.
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30 comments

  1. Was going to pick them up a while ago but was not sure if they were any good. Great review, tempted to buy them now.

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    1. Thanks lovely! Hope you enjoy them, if you do pick them up! :)
      xx

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  2. Gorgeous shades! I really adore this trend!
    I haven't tried these yet but "All Yarned Up" and "Wool Lite" look super cute for Winter. Too bad it's nearly spring :(

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    1. Me too, they're so cute! I agree, they are a little too late for Winter! But I think some will look cute in summer! xx

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  3. I was really interested in the texture of these but I'm not too fond of how they look. I think they would look excellent if you were doing an ice cream nail art look since they remind me of sprinkles :P

    Louise | Vanity Corner
    HAIR2GO Giveaway

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    1. That's fair enough, they're definitely not for everyone! But you're so right, they would look amazing for ice cream nail art! xx

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  4. I really like All Yarned Up, Wool Lite & Fuzz-Sea! I think you could get really creative with the colour combinations and thinking about what base colours to wear with them. Might cave and get one or two when they go on sale :)

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    1. You must! Hehe! They're a lot of fun to play around with, colour wise! xx

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  5. They look so colourful and fun, definitely great for upcoming Spring! :)

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    1. Definitely.. the greens and blues are adorable! xx

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  6. They do look really cute and a lot of fun during summer time!

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  7. Ahhh they all look so pretty and fun! I'm definitely going to get a few of these, especially All Yarned Up. :)

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  8. These are so fun, and remind me of ice cream sprinkles! I bought Tweedy a while ago and got so many compliments when I wore it!

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  9. I always thought they would look odd when on! Turns out they're actually pretty cute! Haha

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    1. They are definitely not everyone's taste, I can understand! But I think they look cute too hehe! xx

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  10. I picked up Fuzz-sea and I really like it! All the shades are absolutely adorable! I definitely want to pick up some more, namely All Yarned Up.

    x Tashi
    http://shiwashiful.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. Ohh you should! I hopefully they come on sale though! :P
      xx

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  11. How pretty are they! I'm waiting for a sale to pick a few up :) xx

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    1. I was lucky to get a couple of mine on sale too! They're too cute! xx

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  12. Great review!! I bought Tweedy and used 3 coats over a bare nail for opacity but wasn't crazy about it. I'm now going to try it over a base colour to see if I like it better.

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    1. I personally prefer a few coats over a colour.. I'm not a huge fan of trying to get it opaque! But see how you like it over colour! I agree it's not for everyone though! xx

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  13. Oh wow, these look so effective! You really could come up with soooo many combinations!
    x

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    1. I know right, such a versatile polish! xx

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  14. These look amazing, definitely keeping an eye out for these when we're in aus :)

    Hannah Bee

    xo

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Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection *

SH4

Sally Hansen has done it again with their newest collection; the Fuzzy Coat! Textured top coats are all the rage these days, and the Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection does not disappoint! In Australia, Sally Hansen has released seven colours out of the eight that are available in the US - but I was lucky enough to find the eighth shade online!





SH3

Wool Knot, Fuzzy Fantasy, Peach Fuzz, Tight Knit, Tweedy, All Yarned Up, Wool Lite, Fuzz-Sea

The colour range of this collection is fairly good, although noticeably missing a few colours that I expected of Sally Hansen - such as purple, or yellow even. Fuzzy Fantasy is the colour missing from the Australia collection. I'm unsure as why just one colour was missing, as this is an adorable colour. My favourites in the collection include Wool Knot, Peach Fuzz and Wool Lite.

SH2

Wool Knit over Revlon Pink Lingerie, Fuzzy Fantasy over Ulta 3 Exotic Canary, Peach Fuzz over Zoya Reagan, Tight Knit over Zoya Lara, Tweedy over Chi Chi *no name*, All Yarned Up over Sally Hansen Firey Island, Wool Lite over BYS French White, Fuzz-Sea over BYS Black Satin

Two layers using normal application.

I think this is a really great way to spice up what could be a boring manicure! While in my personal opinion, all of those base colours look great by themselves - sometimes you can get a little bored with them after a few days! I used the normal application and found that while the fuzzy bits are fairly sparse, it creates a gorgeous and different look! I've heard some people have problems with application but I was pleasantly surprised! 

SH1

Wool Knot, Fuzzy Fantasy, Peach Fuzz, Tight Knit, Tweedy, All Yarned Up, Wool Lite, Fuzz-Sea

Two coats each using the dabbing technique.

I think that you can get really great coverage using the dabbing technique as you would using glitter. (I actually learnt this technique from watching this beautiful babe's videos! You can check out her YouTube here!) I actually really like these polishes both ways, as either a cute top coat, or a full manicure! The dabbed technique also looks really great as a feature nail!

sc1

Revlon Pink Lingerie topped with Sally Hansen Wool Knot

This has been my favourite combination so far! I'm in love with the gorgeous pink, blue and white combination and it reminds me of cupcake icing! (Probably not so good for my diet!)

sc3

I found that this manicure lasted me ages! (Which is why there are no other manicure photos, I didn't want to take it off!) Chipping was minimal as well, especially considering I didn't use a top coat at all.

--

Overall I'm really loving the Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection! The colours are gorgeous and really pop, and you can make so many different combinations! I ended up buying practically the entire set of them when they first hit the shelves, and I haven't regretted it once!

Do you like the look of the Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Collection? What's your favourite colour?

You can pick these babies up for about $9.95!


* Some of these products were provided for my consideration.

30 comments:

  1. Was going to pick them up a while ago but was not sure if they were any good. Great review, tempted to buy them now.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks lovely! Hope you enjoy them, if you do pick them up! :)
      xx

      Delete
  2. Gorgeous shades! I really adore this trend!
    I haven't tried these yet but "All Yarned Up" and "Wool Lite" look super cute for Winter. Too bad it's nearly spring :(

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    1. Me too, they're so cute! I agree, they are a little too late for Winter! But I think some will look cute in summer! xx

      Delete
  3. I was really interested in the texture of these but I'm not too fond of how they look. I think they would look excellent if you were doing an ice cream nail art look since they remind me of sprinkles :P

    Louise | Vanity Corner
    HAIR2GO Giveaway

    ReplyDelete
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    1. That's fair enough, they're definitely not for everyone! But you're so right, they would look amazing for ice cream nail art! xx

      Delete
  4. I really like All Yarned Up, Wool Lite & Fuzz-Sea! I think you could get really creative with the colour combinations and thinking about what base colours to wear with them. Might cave and get one or two when they go on sale :)

    ReplyDelete
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    1. You must! Hehe! They're a lot of fun to play around with, colour wise! xx

      Delete
  5. They look so colourful and fun, definitely great for upcoming Spring! :)

    ReplyDelete
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    1. Definitely.. the greens and blues are adorable! xx

      Delete
  6. They do look really cute and a lot of fun during summer time!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Ahhh they all look so pretty and fun! I'm definitely going to get a few of these, especially All Yarned Up. :)

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  8. These are so fun, and remind me of ice cream sprinkles! I bought Tweedy a while ago and got so many compliments when I wore it!

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  9. I always thought they would look odd when on! Turns out they're actually pretty cute! Haha

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    1. They are definitely not everyone's taste, I can understand! But I think they look cute too hehe! xx

      Delete
  10. I picked up Fuzz-sea and I really like it! All the shades are absolutely adorable! I definitely want to pick up some more, namely All Yarned Up.

    x Tashi
    http://shiwashiful.blogspot.com.au/

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    1. Ohh you should! I hopefully they come on sale though! :P
      xx

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  11. How pretty are they! I'm waiting for a sale to pick a few up :) xx

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    1. I was lucky to get a couple of mine on sale too! They're too cute! xx

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  12. Great review!! I bought Tweedy and used 3 coats over a bare nail for opacity but wasn't crazy about it. I'm now going to try it over a base colour to see if I like it better.

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    1. I personally prefer a few coats over a colour.. I'm not a huge fan of trying to get it opaque! But see how you like it over colour! I agree it's not for everyone though! xx

      Delete
  13. Oh wow, these look so effective! You really could come up with soooo many combinations!
    x

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    1. I know right, such a versatile polish! xx

      Delete
  14. These look amazing, definitely keeping an eye out for these when we're in aus :)

    Hannah Bee

    xo

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