MELA Bath – From Nature With <3 Bath Bombs

MELA Bath - White Tea and Ginger bath bomb - Ice Cream Scoop - Oatmeal Tea Bath Soak

Growing up in the UK, I am partial to a relaxing bath or even just using part of a bath bomb for a foot soak during at-home pedicures.  MELA Bath is a local indie maker I have been meaning to try forever but ‘someone’ told me I needed to use up some of my growing collection of bath products before bringing more home.  Now that I am getting low on bath bombs due to avoiding LUSH since Christmas (probably the[Read more]

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Street Flair (559) Swatches & Review

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 559 Street Flair Swatches Full Sunlight

Another Sally Hansen Miracle Gel and Street Flair brought me back to the same great formula of the first one I tried, Frill Seeker.  Street Flair is an older shade and was released a few years ago but has managed to stay part of the main lineup so you can tell this dusty purple is a fan fave.  For some reason, this shade dries slower than any of the other Miracle Gel polishes I have tried.  Not super slow, just slower some[Read more]

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel World Wide Red (409) Swatches and Review

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 409 World Wide Red - Swatch Sunlight

After mixed results with Frill Seeker and Rosey Riviter, I tried out Sally Hansen Miracle Gel World Wide Red next.  It has an almost crelly formula.  Much less opaque than either of the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel polishes I tried previously but not quite jelly either.  This red has a touch of coral in it.  Not enough to be a coral, just not quite a true red either.  It leans slightly more orange than my photos show, but that could[Read more]

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Rosey Riviter (180) Swatches & Review

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 180 Rosey Riviter Swatches Full Sun

After being impressed with Frill Seeker, I had high hopes for Sally Hansen Miracle Gel and tried out Rosey Riviter next.  This is shade has been available for at least a few years.  Right out of the bottle, I could tell that the formula was not quite as nice as the nude Frill Seeker.  The polish is not sheer itself but does not apply as evenly as Frill Seeker.  The pink would probably not be my top choice in colour but[Read more]

Sally Hansen Frill Seeker (184) Swatches and Review

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel 184 Frill Seeker - Swatches stamped with Mundo de Unas Bone and BP115 stampping plate sunlight

I will admit, the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel collection was not high on my list to try.  At around $10 each, I can buy zoyas or even indies so while they have been around for ages, I have only tried a couple of the shades.  That is, until I won a set of five plus the matching top coat from Intense Polish Therapy’s anniversary giveaway.  Today I am sharing a nice nude, Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Frill Seeker with more[Read more]