Sally Hansen Palm Beach Jellies Stained Glass

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I was sent three polishes from the Sally Hansen Palm Beach Jellies Collection which I combined with the other two I already owned to create this stained glass effect. I was sent Ice Tint, Vitamin D-Light, and Jell-ous? I already owned Grape Jelly and Sea Through. You can see another lead light nail art mani  I did with the two jellies I already had by clicking here.

For this mani, I started with two coats of Sally Hansen White On which is my go-to white polish. It applies smoothly and doesn’t streak. It’s very reliable. Let’s take a moment to appreciate the beauty of a clean, white mani.

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After admiring my white mani, I used Konad Special Black and Vivid Lacquer Plate VL031 to stamp the outline of the stained glass. I did top coat after this so that the jellies wouldn’t smear the black. After it was mostly dry, I started coloring in the different boxes with the different jelly colors.

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Sally Hansen Vitamin D-Light is the orange jelly.

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Sally Hansen Sea Through is the green in the collection and was one of the two I already owned.

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Sally Hansen Jell-Ous? Is the red in the collection.

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Sally Hansen Ice Tint is the blue in the collection.

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Sally Hansen Grape Jelly is the purple and the other one that I already owned.

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I love the concept of using jelly polish to shade in stamping for nail art. It’s quick and easy and very forgiving if you make a mistake!

Author: Anne Smith

Blogging about makeup, dogs, and mostly NAIL POLISH!