See the Dimension with Sally Hansen Lustre Shine

Happy Wednesday! Today I have four Sally Hansen Lustre Shine polishes to show you. These came out back in the fall, and I was never able to grab any. I was thrilled when I got the opportunity to review some on my blog! Lustre Shine polishes are very unique, and can be worn either alone or over black. Let me show you how I wore these polishes!

IMG_0698 IMG_0706First up is Azure, a gorgeous metallic blue that leans towards purple. I used three coats of this polish to achieve opacity, as two were a bit patchy. Azure’s formula is a little difficult to work with, but sometimes metallic formulas are streaky no matter what. Nonetheless, the finish at three coats is so beautiful. It has a very edgy look, and a high gloss shine. No top coat is needed with Azure!

IMG_0718 IMG_0722 IMG_0723Next is Lava, a stunning duochrome glitter polish that shifts from pink to orange. Lava has an amazing, full coverage formula that is opaque in two coats. I didn’t have any application issues whatsoever with this one! Lava is a really fun and bright polish. In the photos above you can see how the look of the manicure changes depending on how the light hits. I think it’s gorgeous!

IMG_0707 IMG_0712 IMG_0717Firefly is the next Lustre Shine polish I have to show you. In the first two photos, you can see Firefly alone. It is opaque in two coats and has a perfect formula. Firefly is a duochrome polish that shifts from bronze to green. On its own it is mostly a light brown polish, so I layered two coats over a black polish to see what would happen. As you can see in the bottom photo, the black base makes the duochrome effect much stronger and more dimensional. I love both looks with Firefly — one is more muted while the other is more rebellious!

IMG_0725 IMG_0731 IMG_0734Last but not least is Moonstone, an opalescent, pearly white polish. Worn on it’s own, Moonstone is opaque in three coats and leans towards a baby pink. In the first two photos above, you can see how dainty it looks! Then, when I layered two coats over a black polish, Moonstone came alive! It turns into a purple and green duochrome that is just really funky! I never expected those colors to appear!

All in all, I really like the Lustre Shine line from Sally Hansen. The polishes are very unique, and can be worn alone or layered over black for a strong, duochrome look. You can buy Lustre Shine polishes at your local drugstore or department store for around $7. Keep an eye out for coupons and weekly sales to get these fabulous polishes at an even more affordable price!

 

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2 comments

  1. vonimoller says:

    I never thought I’d say this but I LOVE firefly! It looks like I duno! Just flippen awesome!
    Moonstone is also really pretty and has a metallic finish when you put it over the black. Also just cool!

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