Lately, I’ve been all about soft, pastel, nail polishes. They are very versatile, go great with any outfit/makeup and should be a stable in any girl’s nail polish collection. My nails are also quite damaged after I got my shellac gel removed, so I don’t want to bring too much attention to them while they’re growing back. A new addition to my nail polish collection Sally Hansen’s “Pink a card” was just what I needed.
“Pink a card” is almost identical to Essie’s “Fiji”(which is my favorite polish of all time), but it has a slightly more “pink” undertone. “Pink a card” is also a Complete Salon Manicure nail polish-my favorite line from Sally Hansen-which means that it has 7 benefits of a salon manicure in 1 bottle. It acts as a basecoat, strengthener, growth treatment, color, topcoat, it’s chip-resistant and it has a beautiful gel shine finish. Two coats of “Pink a card” are all I need for a beautiful, opaque finish.
“Pink a card” is a very elegant and feminine shade and unlike Essie’s “Fiji”, the formula is a lot easier to work with, as it’s not as streaky. I’m so in love with this shade, it’s a perfect baby pink polish that’s ideal for any occasion and it’s especially great for Spring.