Sally Hansen Relaunched Complete Salon Manicure collection

Sally Hansen holds a dear place in my heart. My mom used to only wear a rose gold polish when she was young and when I started blogging, she really liked my Sally Hansen Raisin the Bar. I mentioned she passed away in January, but as I was preparing this blog posting, I found where she hand modeled the bottle for me.
 Definitely made me smile.  I also found this one.

Ah mom - miss ya.

The Complete Salon Manicure used to be a 5 in 1 system all in a bottle, but this March, they completely reformulated in to be a 7 in 1 formula. (Oh yeah buddy).

On top of that, they have loads of new colors - please enjoy the following.


WHAT IT IS: A breakthrough way to maximize your manicure. As the ultimate color authority, Sally Hansen has always been at the cutting edge of nail innovation. First, Sally Hansen introduced the first-ever polish to deliver five steps of a professional manicure with the Complete Salon Manicure collection. Now the nail care leader is upping the ante with two additional benefits—gel-like shine and chip-resistance—for the ultimate 7-in-1 formula. 

THE TECHNOLOGY: Reformulated with three proprietary time-released protecting shine enhancers, Complete Salon Manicure now delivers lasting shine—the closest you can get to a gel effect without a gel manicure. Housed in breakthrough nano-tubes, the shine enhancers are released as your nails flex during daily wear and tear, helping provide an additional benefit: maximum chip-resistance.

THE BRUSH: The Precision Brush is rounded to fit the curve of your cuticles and is perfectly shaped to hug the contours of your nails.  With an 800-bristle count, shorter brush length, and precision product pickup, the brush promotes better application for better wear. 

THE COLORS: Combining universally flattering shades with the latest effects and looks, Sally Hansen offers the must-have hues of the moment in the most comprehensive formula yet: Complete Salon Manicure. Shades include:

Metal-Morphasis: Metals are evolving beyond silver and gold to capture coppers (Copper Penny), bronze and gunmetal (Shoot the Moon).  Oversized particles in metals and holographics (Snow Globe) create a luminous effect.

Barely Blush: Innocent nudes and sheers are a soft response to the vibrant color culture.  White sheer (Sheer Bliss) and shimmer glaze (Debut-tint) give a new look to the classics.

Earthy Delights: Opaque skin tones (Pink Pong), terra cotta (So Much Fawn) and stone (Greige) create grounded colors for a modern spin on looks from the 70’s.

Garden Party: New pastels are dusty (I Lilac You), urban (Gray-T Escape) and not your standard pink or lavender (Pink a Card) for a more wearable and less traditional spin.

Fruity Florals:  Floral (Rosey Outlook), Coral (Peach of Cake) and Orchid (Punch Drunk) colors are combined to create gorgeous brights.

Red Desire: Classic Orangey Red (All Fired Up) and plummy wines (Ruby Do and Trouble Maker) complement the purple fashions of the season.

Under the Sea:  These marine shades range from sea foam (Jaded) to Cobalt (Blue My Mind) to a fantastical mix of blue and green (Mermaid’s Tail).

WHAT THEY COST: $7.99 each

WHERE TO FIND THEM: Sally Hansen products are available at chain drug stores and mass retailers nationally


  1. I have Sally Hansen Raisin the Bar - and a lot of the complete salon manicure polishes. I have lots of different brands, including expensive ones, but I find these to be one of my favorites, altho all Sally Hansen polishes are nice. My favorite shade is Pedal to the Metal. Thanks for the interesting post!

    1. I'll have to check it out! Thank you for reading!