I have another old Sally Hansen Nail Prism to show you today. This is Coral Amber. SH rereleased a few of their Prisms with different formulae, tweaking the color or the level of frostiness, but this is one they appear to have changed entirely. If you read Scrangie's review of it you see that it's one of their jelly-like duochromes, but my bottle (and a quick google search) shows something a little different....
My Coral Amber is pretty clearly a holo, not a duochrome. It's a very pretty one, though, a very pink leaning coral with a mild holo rainbow that flashes a lot of gold. So I guess the name Coral Amber still fits....
Maybe I'm straining to see something that isn't really there, but doesn't it kind of look like there's a pink to golden coral flash in there? Another funny thing about this is that the bottles in both mine and Scrangie's posts look the same. SH decided to start painting their Prisms bottles for a while, and both of ours look to be painted with a golden coral shimmery spray, so it's next to impossible to see what exactly you're getting until you actually put it on your nails. So maybe needless to say, I was a little surprised.
The nice thing about the Nail Prisms holos is how color saturated they are. The holos aren't terribly strong but they're still apparent out of direct sunlight, and the shades are gorgeous, regardless. They generally need only two coats and aren't affected by top or basecoat.
Nail Prisms are available at varying prices through ebay and amazon. My number one Prisms lemming, Turquoise Opal, is currently available for the low, low price of $39.99.
Thanks for reading, and have a lovely start to your week ♥
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