Saturday, April 11, 2009

Sally Hansen Prisms

Okay, Sally Hansen may not have any prestige. You can find it anywhere. If it was a celebrity, it'd be Danny Bonaduce.

But when you take a closer look it's kinda more like Madonna. All over the place, sometimes super tacky, but has longevity despite cheapness. My Mom wore Sally Hansen, and guess what, I do too.

An overlooked Product of Magnificence is Sally Hansen Prisms. They are fun, have wicked duo- and trichromes, sometimes holographic glitter, and the formula is nice, if a bit runny. It applies easily if you don't leave too much on the brush. It dries quickly and two or three coats, and they don't need to be thick, is plenty.

You'll have to search for these, they are not in stores, but I had no problem getting some. I am sure I'll post more of these later.


Sally Hansen Prisms Burgundy Orchid:
Sally Hansen Burgundy Orchid

Sally Hansen Prisms Garnet Lapis:

Sally Hansen Prisms Golden Tourmaline:

Sally Hansen Prisms Metallic Magenta:

Sally Hansen Prisms Turquoise Opal:
Sally Hansen Prisms Turquoise Opal

Tyler Durden's opinion of Sally Hansen Prisms:
Reject the basic assumption of civilization, especially the importance of material possessions!

1 comment:

  1. So that's the colour of magic!

    (Too bad only one picture's visible.)