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 of the other Miracle Gel shades. That being said, it is my fave of the shades I have tried so far. I love a good purple and this one is just pale enough to not look vampy and wearable to the office.
Swatches of Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Street Flair
Two coats of Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Street Flair topped with Miracle Gel top coat in full sunlight
In shade, Sally Hansen Miracle Gel in Street Flair appears less pink and a bit more dusty looking
I am actually a huge fan of how it looks in shade and prefer it without that added pink look but in most lighting you do see some pink tones. Street Flair was really wearable, no major brush strokes from the wide stubby brush. The dry time is a little slower than some of the other shades but still dries fairly quickly. I did my nails while watching a show so they were painted with two coats and stamped within an hour with no denting while stamping.
Street Flair stamped with Born Pretty Store BP-L054
With black detailing (Born Pretty BP-Y03 decals) the purple also appears a little darker.
- Coats required: 2 Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Stret Flair & 1 x Sally Hansen Miracle Gel top coat
- Dry time: good, coats are dry by the time both hands are painted and ready for the next coat. Slower than some other shades in the range
- Wear time: good, wore for 4 days with decals.
- Issues: None, this had a better formula than most shades.
- Buy It: Available at most drug stores and Walmart. Priced at $8-10 depending on store and sales.