Sunday, April 28, 2013

Sally Hansen Nail Prisms 22 Bronze Coral

One of my side projects has been working on swatching my stash of Sally Hansen Nail Prisms.  I swatched a good portion of my collection a while back and I thought I had posted all of my swatches. Guess not.  Found this one sitting in my drafts folder.  Huh.  Well, I'm posting it now.

Sally Hansen Nail Prisms in 22 Bronze Coral.  Tons of colors in this one.  Bronze and coral, like the name says, but also pink, gold, yellow, green, red, orange, mauve, red and a little purple.  This has a very fine but distinct type of shimmer particle in it, as you can see in the bottle in the very last picture.  It looks nearly holographic in certain types of light.  Like most of the Nail Prisms, this one was on the sheer side.  It's been so long since I took this picture that I don't remember exactly how many coats I needed, but I'm certain this is at least four. 

Even with all of the new-style duochrome/multichrome polishes that have come out lately, I still have an extreme fondness for these. They're sheer and they take a million years to dry, but there's just nothing like seeing all of those unexpected colors shifting and changing right before your eyes.


  1. Love the SH Nail Prisms. Some of the best duochromes out there!

  2. What an awesome multichrome! I wish Sally Hansen would bring these back.

  3. Nice pics--love, love a good duochrome. Have you checked out Sally's new Lustre Shine in Lava?

  4. This looks great, especially in the last picture.

    I love duochromes, but I've never really got on with the couple of Nail Prisms I have - maybe I just didn't get the good ones, lol!

  5. Great swatches of this rare gem. I love it : D

  6. I still have my Nail Prisms, so glad I do - I use them sparingly! But the new Sally Hansen Lustre Shine polishes are a nice alternative for people who missed out on these beauties :)


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