You Can Skip the Nail Salon Thanks to Sally Hansen's New Launch

Nail art has never been this easy.

Caitlin M.
ByCaitlin M.

As much as we love a great manicure, we don't always love the price tag associated with it. And we're the first to admit our DIY skills might be a bit lacking when it comes to crafting that perfect #ManiMonday. But we think we might have just discovered the easiest way to get a 'Grammable manicure that requires almost no tools and no hidden artistic talent. 

Meet the solution to your nail art woes: Sally Hansen's new Design 3D collection. This limited edition collection allows you to craft the perfect 3D manicure (like those adorable cable knit sweater ones you keep seeing all over Pinterest!) with just your regular nail polish and these $8-stickers.

sally hansen 3D designs
courtesy sally hansen blog

So here's how they work. Simply, paint your nails with one coat of your go-to nail polish. (Try Sally Hansen's Complete Salon Manicure for a chip-resistant, gel-like finish.) And then apply your desired applique on top of your dried first coat. You can cut the stickers to be just the size you need for your own tips. And although the stickers are transparent, you'll still want to finish off with a second coat of your nail polish color to fully give it that raised, 3D effect you get at the salon. Finish it off with your top coat and you're ready for those Instas!

The 3D designs offered come in three unique shapes. There's a diamond geometric option, a floral option, and our personal favorite, a knit design. See them all below. 

sally hansen geometric 3D

sally hansen floral 3D design

sally hansen 3D knit design
courtesy Sally Hansen

You'll be able to shop these designs for only $7.99 at Walmart, Walgreens, and select CVS stores. If you ask us, we're thinking these appliques will be a must for the seasoned nail pro as well as us newbies! 

Which design do you love most? Share below!

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Caitlin M.
Caitlin M.
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