Recently I had the chance to review a few of the new Hard Candy Nail Color shades for Spring and would love to show you swatches! The five shades that I have were very fast to dry which I absolutely LOVE. There is nothing worse than I lazy nail polish, ha!
First up is Pinch of Spice, a shimmery orange. I used 3 coats for the coverage you see here:Pinch of Spice is a great shade, no?
Next is Crush on Caribbean, this one is my favorite! Unfortunately, I could not get my camera to capture the beautiful greens and blues that flash when you wear this! It is such a mermaid-like shade but my photos all look blue :(.
Next is Pink Taffy, which I think is very fun and definitely unique to my own collection. This pink shade has lots of small round glitter. I used just 2 coats for the coverage you see below:
For me, thin coats worked best so it would not start to look “clunky” with glitter piling on. I did not have issues with glitter placement though, there was plenty of glitter and it landed all over the nail just like I wanted.
Next is So So Sequin, this one is a very close second in my favorites! This shade is packed with loads of fine holographic glitter and mixed with some blue medium sized hex glitter. What a party!! I used just 2 coats for these photos:
Last up is Jubilee, a sheer green with all kinds of craziness! There is fine black glitter, larger light green hex glitter, larger black hex glitter, and orange bar glitter. Personally this shade was a little much for me, but I know there are plenty of folks who will love this. My daughter saw my nails and said “Mama, you have zombie nails!”, pretty hilarious :).
Overall, Hard Candy Nail Color has a new fan! Since all of these shades were great with formula, application, and dry time I would recommend them. The inexpensive price tag doesn’t hurt either! These five are just a smidge of all the shades available. Find Hard Candy only at Walmart, Walmart.com, just $3.97 each. Looks like the nail polish is not on Walmart.com yet but I’m sure it will be soon!
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What do you think of these new shades?