Fuzzy Coat Falls Flat.

Hey all.  Today I wanted to show you something that I am really not impressed with AT ALL.  I had seen Eva Chen post on her Insta a photo of Sally Hansen's Fuzzy Coat nail polish in a couple of colors.  When I saw them in her photo, I thought they were not going to come out for a while and I was going to have to wait; well I was wrong.  When I was in Target recently, I was walking through the cosmetics and I saw an end-cap that was originally FULL of the new polishes but there were only two bottles of one color left.  The color left was a blue/green/yellow combination that I think I would have oped for even if all of the colors were still available.  The color name: "Fuzz-Sea."  

With that being said, I decided to purchase the polish and I think it was between $4-$5.  I didn't really mind the price because I was thinking that I would probably like it, and it wasn't bad at all.  A while back, I had tried Ciate's Velvet Manicure and I fell in love.  The colors that I had for that textured manicure were very fall/winter so I figured if I liked that, let me try this spring alternative.  I was thinking that nothing would go wrong and I would probably like it because textured manicure's in the past, were something I enjoyed.  I was also looking forward to saving a couple of bucks on the price in the future if I wanted to end up repurchasing the Sally Hansen option.

Let me tell you guys, I don't like it.  "Fuzzy Coat" really failed me.  Now, the first thing I would say about it is that it is extremely goopy.  Now I know all 'top-coat' polishes that have glitter or some type of texture in it are normally goopy and much more dense, but this one was especially nasty for some reason.  I also didn't like the fact that the polish took absolutely FOREVER to dry.  I don't know about you guys, but I hate when polishes take a long time to dry.  I mean, I know you have to be patient when painting your nails (obviously), of all people I know this, but it was just horrible.  My last and final complaint about the polish is that you can really only feel the texture a little bit.  You would think that with a name like "fuzzy coat" you would think the texture would really stand out, it fell flat.  


Let me know in a tweet if you have tried this polish.  Also, you can leave a comment down below and let me know if you have tried any other brands or types of textured nail polish.  I think I will be sticking with Ciate for textured manicures from now on, unless of course you guys can suggest something else for me to try!  Thank you so much for reading.
Xoxo-Brit.


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