Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color – Mint Sorbet 340 Review, NOTD
Today i am reviewing my last nail paint from my Sally Hansen Collection, Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color in Mint Sorbet.
Product Claims: Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color offers xtreme shine and protection. Match your manicure to your mood with fun, trendy shades. Easy grip, easy glide brush is designed for complete control.
- Xtreme shine and protection
- Easy grip, easy glide brush for control
Price:- 2.48$ for 11.8ml
Packaging:- Sally Hansen nail paints comes in long cylinderical bottle with a metal finished gray applicator handle. The name of the shades is pasted on the top the cap which makes them easy to pick from the stash. The brush is decently packed and flat shaped bristles. The long neck of the bottle makes it easy to get rid of the excess color from the brush.
My experience with Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color – Mint Sorbet :-
Mint sorbet is a lovely pastel minty green shade. It doesn’t have any blue undertones, just a true mint green shade. The color is soft and soothing to the eyes and brings refreshing fresh minty feel to nails.
The texture is on the thicker side, bit goopy but it was the thick brush that made it slightly difficult to apply and obstructed easy application. The formula is well pigmented which gives full coverage in two coats. It wasn’t streaky like typical pastel shade and the slight streakiness it had in 1st coat smoothens out and gives an even streak-free finish with 2nd coat.
It dries pretty fast to crème finish; a top-coat can be added for more glossy shine. The nail paint didn’t pool along the edges but it developed bubbles while drying. Sally Hansen nail paints doesn’t chip easily and lasts 4-5 days on me.
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Pros of Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color – Mint Sorbet:-
- Very pigmented
- Quick dry time
- Creamy finish
- Smooth, non-streaky application
- Long staying
- Affordably priced
- Lovely summer/spring color
Cons of Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color – Mint Sorbet:-
- Thick brush which hinders easy application
- Thicker formula
- Develops bubbles
Recommendation:- Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color in Mint Sorbet is a gorgeous mint shade in a cream finish. It has slightly goopy formula but it flowed nicely on nails without any issues of pooling or streaking. I like it’s rich color payoff which gives an opaque coverage in two coats but the things that I didn’t like about this nail color are the bubbles it develops while drying and the thick brush which hinders hassle-free application and I had to be extra cautious while doing nails. The color wont work for medium (like me) or dusky skin tones and will end up making hands appear dark but will look lovely on fair hands. Overall, a pretty pastel shade with an average formula but at this price tag, its worth a try.
Have you tried Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color – Mint Sorbet? Do you like soft pastel nail paints?