Sally Hansen Miracle Gel The Digital Overload nail polishes [partial] swatches + review

Press Sample buttonGood morning all! I’m going to quit whining about my lack of sleep as you probably don’t want to keep hearing about it. I’m happy that my baby is healthy & growing, so I’m attempting to focus on the positives. Today’s polishes come to you via Sally Hansen’s The Digital Overload Miracle Gel nail polish collection, of which I have 4 polishes.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel World Wide Red | Be Happy And Buy Polish

First up is World Wide Red. This is a jelly red-coral, not as orange as it seems here. (My camera hates these kinds of reds, my apologies.) This is 2 coats and no top coat.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Gigabryte | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Next is Gigabryte, a bright sunny yellow. Formula was typical for a yellow – streaky! This is 2 coats and no top coat.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Let's Get Digital | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Next It’s Digi-Teal and it’s slightly more green-toned in person. This is 2 coats of no top coat.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Digi-Teal over Let's Get Digital | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Digi-Teal over Let's Get Digital macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Digi-Teal over Let's Get Digital color shift | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Last is Let’s Get Digital, a color shifting polish meant to layer over other colors. First is shown 1 coat over Digi-Teal.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Digi-Teal over Motley Hue | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Digi-Teal over Motley Hue macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

This is 1 coat over Motley Hue (which you’ll see tomorrow).

I will be doing a wear test soon with the top coat, but you can see a previous wear test with Sally Hansen Miracle Gel top coat here. I’d love to know your thoughts on these polishes, so sound off below in the comments!

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