|San San Sea Green Nail Polish|
As all my recent posts, these are backlogs from last year. I thought I lost these photos when I realized I saved them on my laptop and not the desktop.
According to stats on my blog counter, San San Polish Sea Green is a unique term searched that led to my blog. I'm sorry that I disappointed those who were looking for swatches; all they saw were the pictures of the bottle of the polish. In case those people are going to be searching for swatches of San San Sea Green nail polish, I hope this post will me more satisfying and useful.
|Ignore my dry cuticles please :D|
San San Sea Green is a creme polish whose color is very close to Pantone Sea Green but a little more muted, perhaps a little grayish. If these are dupes for any salon brand out there, I do not know as I do not own a lot of polishes (frugal primping, sisters!) but I can say it is along the shades of China Glaze for Audrey.
This nail polish has the tendency to have a thick consistency so I put in a couple of drops off nail polish thinner. In spite of that, it still felt a little gloppy. I ended up with coats that were a bit thick and uneven for my liking. In retrospect, a few more drops of solvent should have given me satisfactory results. Drying time is a bit long which I attribute to the consistency of the polish.
|Under lots of sunlight|
San San nail polishes are available for 37 pesos each at all HBC outlets.