Whoa! Someone has the blues! I had to split it up into two groups just to be able to stage all of the bottle and swatch pics. I am a little disappointed with the lighting, but I think as we travel through the blues together, you’ll get a better view of them. Enjoy! Sally Hansen Magnetic Nail Color Ionic Indigo is a fun one! I actually like the magnetic polishes, because with very little effort, you have a unique look on every nail. This goes on smoothly and I like the dark and light colors that come out when you use the magnet. On a side note, I have never tried any of the other magnets you can buy that are supposed to make other patterns. Have any of you tried them? Do they make that much of a difference? Wet n Wild Megalast Up in the Air is a very sheer blue glitter polish. With enough coats, you can get a blue tint, but I typically use it as a topper. The glitter is that nice iridescent kind that adds a subtle flair to lots of looks. This matte glitter polish is a stunner! Maybelline Color Show Street Art Blue Beats has different sizes of matte black and neon blue glitter pieces. The pieces are dots, hexes, and lines that work together to form this great topper for eye catching looks. It goes on easily and evenly and gives that dramatic pop you are looking for! Sephora Formula X Boom is another topper that I really enjoy using. It is full of multiple sizes of hex glitters that have a pearly sheen. This is really easy to spread out evenly and is such a versatile color for all kinds of looks. I really wish I could capture this color in the picture. Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Jungle Gem is a gorgeous deep blue with a tinge of teal to it. It is really an elegant, deep color that works for lots of holiday and winter looks. Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Combustealble is a blue-teal polish that shimmers with a purple glow. It’s really unique and catches people’s eyes. It goes on practically opaque in one coat, but two is guaranteed. Used with the proper top coat, it wears like iron. Ciate Ferris Wheel is a very pale blue that is cute for looks year round. It does need about three coats to be opaque, but goes on smoothly, so streakiness isn’t a problem. This one came as a gift in the mail with some nail art stuff…bonus! While the bottle looks a little fuzzy, the swatch looks just like the color. Covergirl Outlast Glosstini Blue Hawaiian is like if you could mix neon blue, baby blue, and grey. Weird description, I know…but it isn’t any certain type of blue specifically. I actually like this one a lot for accent nails. LA Colors Color Craze In a Flash is a basic/neon blue. It is pretty sheer, so you need a few coats to get it to be opaque. Depending on what you wear it with will determine if it looks more primary or neon. This is a ver bright blue, that leans toward neon. Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Blue Me Away goes on easily and is opaque in one coat. It does stain though, so ALWAYS use a base coat (if you don’t already). I like this a lot for water marbeling, but then the whole skin staining is a thing. Oh well. 🙂 Sally Hansen Crackle Overcoat Wave Break is one that I don’t use too often. It’s great, it crackles nicely, easy to apply, and so on…I just never really got into the crackle look. I do like that this one is so sheer. It is less obvious, and with a little sparkle it just adds a nice touch. Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Breezy Blue reminds me of a robin’s egg. It dries with a bit of a pearly finish and is such a beautiful color in the spring. (Though I have worn it for winter and summer looks as well.) It needs two to three coats to be opaque. I like to top it with a black and white polka dot polish and it makes this simple, yet stunning look. This blue and white speckled jelly polish makes a cute topper on lots of colors. It is Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Splash. With the variety of blues and the little bit of white, this is a versatile polish. It can be a little hard to spread the pieces evenly, but I have found that it can take a little shoving around without any damage to the overall finished look. Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Pacific Blue is a pretty, basic blue. It is not a jelly polish, but seems to have more of that feel than just a cream. It does take about three coats to be opaque. It goes on easily and is great for all kinds of patriotic looks. This gorgeous blue based, holographic polish is by Color Club and is called Blue Heaven. When the light catches it, you cannot take your eyes off of it. It shines so many beautiful colors! When it is not catching all of that light, it is a shiny, kind of metallic pale blue. Either way, it is wonderful! One coat works, but two is best for this one. I Need a Refesh-Mint by Wet n Wild is a summery, wear it to the beach, blue. It is totally opaque in two coats. I have a love/hate relationship with the wide brush in this bottle. Sometimes I feel like it makes painting easier, and other times I feel like I just slop paint everywhere.
This polish with hints of silver and little blue sparkles is a subtle showstopper. OPI Dining Al Frisco goes on easily in two coats and gives a great pop to any set of nails.
Broadway Nails Space Flight is a steal! You can pick up Broadway Nails at Dollar General stores for $1. This is a jelly polish, that on its own is kind of dark. When I paint it on top of white, it is a vibrant blue! Either way, it is easy to use and too good of a deal not to try.
Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Batbano Blue is a bright, primary blue with a blue, pearly shine. It goes on nicely in one-two coats.
Zoya Pixie Dust Sunshine is a textured polish that dries a little matte. It has silver glitter in it that adds some spice. It reminds me of denim when it is dry. This polish goes on evenly and is opaque in one coat, which is a total bonus!
Sally Hansen HD Spectrum needs two-three coats to be opaque, but with the shine of it, you can get by with less. At first glance, it is a teal/blue, but it shines purple. This is a gorgeous color, especially in the summer sun.
If you are looking for a shiny, sheer topper with a tint, this is it. Sally Hansen Diamond Strength Something Blue can be painted on to be a sheer beauty or in multiple coats to be darker. While it is barely blue in the base, there are light blue glitter pieces in it that catch the light.
Essie Blue Rhapsody reminds me of a cloudy day on the water. It is a gray-blue polish that is really beautiful. It takes two-three coats to be solid.
I could not capture this one in a picture the way I wanted to. Just trust me on the shine and glory of it. Maybelline Color Show Emerald City is a blue/teal and holographic glitter topper that shines like there is no tomorrow! The colored glitters are just little circle pieces, while the holographic ones are hex and diamond shaped.
Sally Hansen Triple Shine Ice Tint is a sheer jelly polish. I like to use it mainly for watercolor looks, but it can be painted on to just be a sheer blue on its own.
And those are my blues. Thanks for reading!