Sally Hansen Color Therapy Review

Hi, beauties!  We are back today with a review of the new Sally Hansen Color Therapy line.  Sally Hansen has numerous polish formulas, but the Color therapy line has to be my favorite.

Color Therapy Line:


Product Details:

Color Therapy
Color that cares while you wear
Intensive Nourishment for healthy looking nails
Up to 10 days fade-proof, Chip-Resistant Wear
9 out of 10 Women experienced a noticeable improvement in their natural nails

Sally Hansen’s Color Therapy nail polish contains a patented micro-delivery system that delivers an argan oil-enriched formula, resulting in intensive nourishment and instant moisture for healthier-looking nails. The ColorTherapy nail polish needs no base coat so the oil complex can directly contact the bare nail.”

For this manicure, I used ‘Well, well, well’ and ‘Powder Room’ for my accent nail.  Now, I work at a job that requires me to type for my entire shift.  On top of that, I blog.  Polishes need to hold up through all the tapping. The first picture shows the polishes freshly applied.  While the second picture shows minimal chipping along the thumb and ring finger.  Mind you, this was a week and a half later.  Very close to the 10-daychip proof claim.

These polishes are amazing quality with great pricing.  You can find them priced from $7.99 down to $6.72, depending on where they are purchased.  You can locate them at Ulta, Walmart, and Target to name a few places.

I would also suggest using the Color Therapy Cuticle Oil to add a little more life back into your nails.  It is also a great topper to finish off your manicure.

  • Moisturizing and nourishing oil
  • Instantly restores radiance to nails and cuticles
  • Promotes strong, resilient natural nails




This line of polish is my favorite by far.  Great job, Sally Hansen!  I am addicted!


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  1. These colors are gorgeous! I’m glad I came across this, because I’ve been looking for a new nail polish brand to try out. OPI is starting to get a little too pricey for me, lol.

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