Sally Hansen Water Orchid + Enchanted Polish Ice Castle manicure

Good morning, stupendous readers! Today I have a manicure from last summer (!) that I never got around to show you. I created this manicure to wear during my family’s vacation.

Sally Hansen Water Orchid, Ice Pop, Enchanted Polish Ice Castle | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I started off with two coats of Sally Hansen Water Orchid (reviewed previously). I then used a coat of Sally Hansen Ice Pop, followed by a coat of Enchanted Polish Ice Castle (reviewed previously).

Sally Hansen Water Orchid, Ice Pop, Enchanted Polish Ice Castle | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Ice Pop added a little bit of extra sparkle while Ice Castle gave it a bit of color-shifting beauty.

Sally Hansen Water Orchid, Ice Pop, Enchanted Polish Ice Castle | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I was really happy with how this turned out, I wanted it soft enough that if it happened to chip, it wouldn’t be too noticeable but sparkly enough to keep me happy.

Sally Hansen Water Orchid, Ice Pop, Enchanted Polish Ice Castle | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This was also my first experience with Digital Nails Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That and my manicure lasted all week. To say I was impressed would be an understatement – I had packed extra mani supplies thinking it would probably chip – and it didn’t!

Now I’m kind of sorry it took me so long to show this to you! I’d love to know your thoughts so drop me a comment below. 🙂

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46 thoughts on “Sally Hansen Water Orchid + Enchanted Polish Ice Castle manicure

  1. What a gorgeous combo! I think EPs are fascinating, since I was able to snag one of my own. Love the look of these three together. Good eye! I’ll be looking for Ice Pop today, lol ♥

  2. This is beautiful! I still haven’t seen any of these new SH around here, I definitely want Water Orchid. I think I’m gonna love it as much as Lacey Lilac.

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