Hot Off the Presses: Sally Hansen, NYFW SS14

Here is the newest press release from Sally Hansen, introducing some gorgeous new exclusive designer shades

Straight from Sally Hansen:

We are thrilled to unveil the
latest Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Designer Collection as seen
at the NY FW Spring/Summer 2014 shows of Prabal Gurung, Rodarte and
Tracy Reese.

At Prabal Gurung
chic pastels are infused with a modern elegance. The nail look for the
runway highlights a contrast of matte and glossy textures, as seen in
the fabrics Gurung used in his designs. His three exclusive Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure shades include Lady Lavender (Lavender), A Wink Of Pink (Light Pink), and Mint Condition (Mint Green).

At Rodarte
the nail look worn on the runway was designed to reflect the texture
and colour combination of a tortoise shell by layering two bespoke
polishes to achieve the overall, multidimensional effect.  The two
exclusive designer shades of Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure used were Clay (Terracotta) and Cinnamon (Red-Brown).

At Tracy Reese
vibrant colours inspired by afro-cuban culture were used to design a
window pane pattern on nails, which is also seen throughout the
collection.  Her three exclusive Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure shades include Carnivale (Coral), Mojito (Green), Batbano Blue (Blue)

I have GOT to get my hands on that
red-brown from Rodarte, because something tells me that we’ll be seeing a lot
of deep colours like red-brown, and purple this fall.  Which colour are
you looking forward to?



    • September 18, 2013 / 3:08 pm

      Thanks so much! I'll definitely do it 🙂

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