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I just did a post about nails without the Sally Hansen Crackle, but I decided to share what I did to my nails right after they dried!
Here`s what I used:
1. Wet n Wild in I Need a Refreshment
2. Sally Hansen Crackle in Antique Gold
Since I already reviewed the Wet n Wild nail polish, you can find that on my page if you would like. I will mainly talk about the Crackle nail polish here.
Sally Hansen Crackle nail polishes come in a rectangle bottle. They are all sealed on the brush part only with the crackle design so you can`t open the nail polish in the store. Once you open the sealing, you just have a plain brush and no more pretty crackle design :( The bottle is 11.8 ml.
No particular smell. I can`t smell anything, to be honest.
These are originally like $7.50, but I got them on clearance for roughly $2. Definitely cheap!
This is the 2nd time since purchasing this that I tried out the nail polish. The first time I used it I hated it because I didn`t let the nail polish underneath the Crackle any drying time. But this time around, I actually really liked it! It separated pretty well for every nail except for my ring finger, as you can see from the picture. The turquoise-mint from the blue underneath really goes well with the gold! I applied only 1 thin coat around my nails and really liked the look. I had to wait like 30 seconds max to see the crackle effect form. Gold is definitely my favorite color to crackle with! Very versatile!
-Pictures are mine.