Sally Hansen May #Colorofthemoment

Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing two pretties from the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel line.

Sally Hansen graciously sent these to me for my honest review. Let’s take a look at each one.



This is a super pale light pink creme. It’s basically a white with a drop of pink. It also has very subtle purple shimmer that is barely noticeable in the bottle and on the nails. The formula isn’t that great. It is patchy and opaque at 3 coats.


This is a stark white creme. It is surprisingly not as streaky as I thought it would be. It is pigmented, thick, and opaque at 2 coats. A great white polish for a nail art base or to use as white “undies” under neon polishes.



I know these two look super similar, but Get Mod is much much whiter than Crème de la Crème. In the side by side bottle shot you can see the color difference. On the nail, they do look very similar.

You can also use the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel top coat over these to make the manicure last even longer. It gives your manicure a “gel-like” look without needing any lamps.

All of the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel polishes have a flat wide brush. I wish the tip was rounded for easier application, but it’s flat which makes it more difficult to manipulate the brush to apply on the round nail bed.

An innovative and award-winning development in nail color, Sally Hansen Miracle Gel is a two-step, no light manicure system. All you have to do is apply two coats of the Miracle Gel color of your choice, then follow with the Miracle Gel top coat. The polish is cured by natural light, so you can the the same volume and high gloss mirror shine without the use of a UV lamp. The wear claim is 14 days.

Sally Hansen Miracle Gel is sold at drugstores, Target, Walmart, and Ulta. They retail for about $9.99 USD.

Have you tried the Sally Hansen Miracle Gel line? Which one of these was your favorite?