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5 Ways to Wear Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat – Look 4, Miss Pinky

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sally hansen fuzzy coat wool lite 1The next instalment from our Fuzzy nail art design series is Miss Pinky. We have a soft spot for pink, so when we had to choose from the seven shades in the Fuzzy Coats range we happily opted for a lovely pink shade – Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coat Wool Lite with white and pink particles.

These Miss Pinky nails are fun, girly and just like the studded nail art design, this look is quite easy.

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Tutorial for this nail art will be available in our upcoming The Fuzzy Nail Art Guide. However, we also explain how to work with studs in the Studded nails tutorial from our “30 Easy Nail Art Designs” book. Also, if you don’t have coloured studs you can always make them – check out our tutorial how to make coloured studs.

For now, would love to hear your thoughts about our Miss Pinky nails!

UPDATE: The SoNailicious Fuzzy Nail Art Guide featuring nail art tutorial for this and other fuzzy nail designs from the 5 Ways to Wear Fuzzy Coat challenge is now available, download it here.
Review all Fuzzy Coats nail art designs created for the challenge here.

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  • zoey September 28, 2013, 3:11 pm

    I love the look! but I have heard the sally hansen nail polish doesn’t last long. like it chips easily, how do you find it?

    • Maria V September 30, 2013, 12:43 am

      Actually, they work great for me. I like Sally Hansen. Not sponsored or anything… I’ve been using them for the last 15 years (yes, I’m that old) and they’re ok. The Fuzzy Coat ones – chip free at least 4 days. They are similar to glitter – quite difficult to remove.

  • Elina October 3, 2013, 7:51 pm

    Hmm… I didn’t try Sally Hansen Fuzzy Coats, but I tried China Glaze feather coats (which are similar to these) and they didn’t chip, they easy fall off after 2 days!!! That was so strange! Did you try them?!
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