BOO! Gotcha! Yeah, I know. That was pretty lame, but Halloween is this weekend! Are you ready?
My dude and I had a great couples costume planned, but we couldn't find one of the key components and had to ditch the idea. I'm without a costume, but my nails will look awesome! I've reviewed a few of the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel polishes before, but hadn't tried nail art. Keep on reading for my thoughts!
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel in Electra-Cute and Blacky O
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Top Coat
For this look, I used two coats of Electra-Cute without a base coat. (You don't need one with this line!) I topped it off with the Miracle Gel top coat and let it dry. Once that was dry, I came back with a striping brush and applied all the stripes going left to right, let them dry a bit to prevent dragging, and then applied the stripes going right to left. I topped it with another coat of the top coat.
It didn't smudge! I was very pleased the top coat kept my design in a good state. This look isn't perfect, but I really like it.
Sally Hansen Miracle Gel polish and top coat can be found at mass retailers and drugstores nationwide.
Products in this post were provided for an honest review.
All opinions are unbiased and were not influenced in any way.