Posts Tagged ‘Sally Hansen’


Thursday, February 1st, 2018
AGE:  25
CITY/STATE:  Bridgeport, PA
PHILOSOPHY: Skincare first, makeup second!
AM BEAUTY ROUTINE:   Juice Beauty Antioxidant Serum (every other day), Tarte Rainforest of The Sea Water Foundation SPF 15 with a Beautyblender Sponge.  Urban Decay Eye Shadow Primer Potion in Original or NYX Eye Shadow Base in Skin Tone ESB03 —  I think the Urban Decay blends a little better, while the NYX one holds up all day!  Apply TokyoMilk Let in the Light Eyeshadow Palette with an e.l.f. Studio Eyeshadow C Brush and apply NYX Epic Ink Liner, then Make Up Forever Smokey Extravagant Mascara. For highligher/bronzer Senna Brilliant Bronze in Dawn, cream blush by ColourPop Super Shock Blush in Between the Sheets, ColourPop Ultra Matte Lip in Monday, and sometimes Bobbie Brown High Shimmer Gloss in Naked Plum 7.  Chi Silk Infusion Oil in the hair and then fragrance (currently Kat Von D Saint Eau de Parfum).
PM BEAUTY ROUTINE:  The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Toner to remove makeup and tone and Lush Fresh Farmacy Soothing Calamine Bar on my face in the shower. Wash hair with OGX Coconut Milk Shampoo & Conditioner and body with Lush Baked Alaska Refreshing Citrus Sudser. Eyebrow maintenance with my The Body Shop Nail Kit (which includes a tweezer) then moisturize my face and neck with Skinfood Peach Sake Emulsion, Frank Body Body Balm everywhere else, and Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail & Cuticle Oil on my nails.
CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT PRODUCT:  Juice Beauty Antioxidant Serum! This serum works wonders and really helps clear up my skin.
CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT COSMETIC:  A liquid eyeliner! Currently, the NYX Epic Ink Liner in Black
MOST EXPENSIVE PRODUCT:  Senna Brilliant Bronze in Dawn
BEST BARGAIN PRODUCT:  ColourPop’s Ultra Matte Lipin Monday, I LOVE THIS SHADE!  Tip:  first apply Chapstick or Lush Sugar Plum Fair Lip Scrub
FAVORITE BEAUTY TOOL:  e.l.f. Studio Eyeshadow C Brush
THOUGHTS:  This was a lot of fun to write! I love trying new beauty products and sharing them with people! I’m an artist and I would love to design some makeup packaging one day.



Monday, January 15th, 2018

What started out as a Clever or Clueless quickly turn it into a SWAG Alert!  At-home manicures frequently challenge us.  Its our lack of dexterity and talent which ultimately send us running to the salon.  The latest innovation in prosumer (“professional-consumer”) nail care comes from Sally Hansen.  Sally Hansen Big Polish Guards Cuticle Protectors let us say goodbye to messy at-home manis.  The clever Cuticle Protectors act like painters tape for the nails, allowing us to polish outside of the lines and then peel away the evidence!  Fawless manicures are revealed on both hands (not just our left)!   Each box contains 24 super-flex guards, available in six different sizes to fit on any finger size.

Sally Hansen is offering a limited number of lucky Beauty Undercover Subscribers an opportunity to SWAG its Big Polish Guards Cuticle Protectors (retail $5.99) simply by following them on Instagram (or Facebook if you don’t have) and entering  here. This SWAG Alert is open to Subscribers 18 years or older with a valid US mailing address only (no P.O. Boxes, please!).  Delivery is anticipated within 3-4 weeks from notification.



Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

(PRNewsfoto/Coty Inc.)

Coty brand, Sally Hansen, is launching its first ever global brand campaign with the debut of Shetopia, a vision of the world made by and for Self-Made Women. The short film spotlights real-life, self-made women who, in the face of adversity, choose to prevail.  The campaign’s cheeky, yet unapologetic visual interpretation of a female-driven reality encapsulates the progressive views of Sally Hansen, herself, an original self-made woman. Now, sixty years later, Shetopia champions self-made women like Sally, from entrepreneurs and activists to young mothers and athletes.  Produced, directed and shot by a nearly all-female crew, the film features nine uniquely driven, self-made women who contributed their own real-life experiences to the project.

“There’s something that ties all of these women together,” filmmaker Natalie Rae shares. “They bring this sense of confidence and collectivity – a sense of freedom.” A self-made woman in her own right, Natalie went on to say, “As a filmmaker, I work in a space that’s very male-dominated, which can affect the process but not my vision.” Natalie is committed to telling empowering stories that may bring tears or laughter, but always encourage the human spirit.