But then I read something in a magazine about a new gel polish that doesn't require an LED light but still offers long-lasting, chip-free color. The product is Sally Hansen Miracle Gel.
They sell it at my local salon, and I had some salon reward points to redeem, so I decided to use them on the Miracle Gel. You buy the colored polish and a special top coat. (About $9.99 each.) And that's all you need.
So, did I get 14 days of chip-free polish? Not exactly.
|right hand - not even one week and my thumb,|
middle finger, and ring finger all have chippage
|left hand - not even one week but |
still looking pretty good
I didn't get the results the product claims, but I did think the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish worked better than regular polish. I usually have to do multiple touch-ups on both hands throughout the week with regular nail polish, and sometimes it doesn't even last a day without chipping. So, the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel is definitely worth the investment, especially if you a) don't want a gel manicure at a salon and b) work with your hands all day but still need your hands to look nice on camera or mean people on YouTube will make comments.
I didn't receive any product for free in exchange for posting a review. I purchased the product at my local salon because I wanted to try it, and then I thought it would be nice to share my experience with you here, especially for those of you who are also curious about this product.