Monday, June 10, 2013

Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat: Fuzz-Sea

purchased by me

Although it is technically spring until the third week of the month, June always feels like summer to me.  However, I am going to be a pedant and declare Sally Hansen's Fuzzy Coat polishes a spring collection.  Fuzzy Coat consists of eight polishes, all with a clear base and mini matte bar glitter.  All of the polishes are opaque in three coats, by which I mean that at a conversational distance, most of the nail is covered.  The Fuzzy Coat polishes have the Sally Hansen brush I can't stand, but I'm willing to work with it for these polishes.  Some dabbing was required to fill in bare spots, and I recommend you leave a few minutes between coats, or the glitter in the last coat will drag with the brushload on the next one.  The Fuzzy Coat polishes dry quite textured, but you could probably get them smooth with a thick base coat and top coat combination.  Removal is not difficult in the sense of having to scrub, but messy because the glitter is so small it goes everywhere.

Fuzz-Sea is almost the same color combination as the original Floam, with yellow and turquoise in a clear base.  All swatches are three coats with no top coat.

Indoors with flash:

Indoors without flash:

The Fuzzy Coat collection is available now at Walgreens and Target, where they retail for $7.99 and $5.49 respectively.  This week, they are on sale at Walgreens--buy one, get one half off, which takes the price down to $5.99 each.

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