Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Polish


You know what I appreciate about Sally Hansen? They see a need in the nail industry and they address it. Whether it’s high gloss, quick dry, gel finish, nail art stickers… they are always on point and coming out with new innovative products. Their latest collection, Color Therapy tackles one of the biggest concerns I’m seeing today and that’s nail damage. With all the non-stop polish wear and more so gel manicures — I know a lot of you leave it on longer then the recommended one week and then peel them off instead of getting them properly removed, which leads to mega-damaged nails. And for all of us that want to give our nails a breather, but still have on nail polish, Sally Hansen has developed Color Therapy, a 38 piece nail polish collection. Featuring their patented Argan oil formula too nourish nails while delivering a a fade-proof, chip-resistant formula, the polish lasts up to 10 days.


Created in partnership with Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador (photoed below with Charlie), she helped curate a full range of colors that range from nudes, brights, bolds and everything in between that are exactly the shades you see in the bottle. madeline-poole-sally-hansen-global-color-ambassador-charlie-king-pomeranian

In honor of Madeline’s favorite shade being #430 Soothing Sapphire, I got a manicure with it and added #330 Shea Dream as the yellow shimmer accent nail as seen below. The polishes really delivered the same out of the bottle color and I’m on day 3 with no chips — which for me is a miracle since usually multiple nails are chipped by day 2.


In Addition to the 38 shades that make up the line they are launching the Color Therapy Top Coat for a glossy shine and extended wear finish and the Color Therapy Nail & Cuticle Oil which can go on after you apply the top coat and the polish. Because of the nourishing formula, no bottom coat is needed and the Color Therapy polish should go on directly onto nails.


Be on the out for these beauties in December! Learn more at