The Best Nail Polish Invention

Hello, hello! I hope you all are having a great day so far! Thank you for stopping by! 

Something you probably don’t know about me is that I really struggle with painting my nails. 

I love having them painted, but I have a hard time doing them on my own. I am very talented at chipping my nail polish. If I ever have them painted just right, chances are I will hit them on something and chip them within the hour. I don’t know how that always happens either!

I am so thankful that my roommate introduced me into what is possibly the best nail polish invention ever. I am not sure how I am just now discovering it!

The Best Nail Polish Invention

Sally Hansen Insta-Dry Top Coat is incredible. Within seconds, my nails are dry to the touch, and I can go to bed without chipping them! 

Why is this the miracle top coat? I have no idea, but I do know that Sally Hansen better never stop making it! I better stock up on it just in case.

I am still holding on to what remains of summer. I am loving painting my nails “peach daiquiri” by Essie, and on days when I don’t want bright nails, I reach for “sugar daddy” by Essie. Essie makes gorgeous colors. 

I saw Fall nail polish colors in Target the other day, but I’m just not ready for that Fall commitment yet. 

I also recently started using cuticle oil to see if I can notice a difference. Right now, I’m using CND cuticle oil, but I really have no preference. 

Run out to the store and buy the Sally Hansen Insta-Dry Top Coat. It will change your life!

Join the conversation!
What is your favorite nail polish discovery or tip? Any colors you are looking forward to wearing this fall? 

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