Clearance Nail Polish Haul

The other day I needed to get out of the house and just be somewhere else for a while, so I went out an ran some errands to pick up a couple of things. This, of course, involved me walking around Target a bit, and I ended up snagging these four clearance nail polishes. I don't know why these were on clearance seeing as all four are great fall/winter colors, but I'm not going to question a good thing! The one of the far left is shimmery but is supposed to dry to a textured matte finish (you aren't supposed to use a top coat with it), so I'm really interested to try that out and see how it goes (I'll, of course, let you know how I like it). I've been a fan of the Sally Hansen Insta-Dri polishes for a while now. They're not the longest wearing formulas so you will have to re-do your nails within three days usually, but it only takes one coat with these polishes (in fact, they get kind of funky if you do more than one coat; it's a thicker formula) and they dry super quickly, so doing your nails with these is not super time consuming. I like that the black, blue, and green are all dark colors but have a little shimmer in them to make them less intimidating, and the copper is just super wearable and super gorgeous. So, there you go people. Always check the endcap store displays, and always see what's on clearance. Because you never know what you might find there.

Yours Truly, Jen

P.S. I think the three Sally Hansen's were 2.71 each and the Nicole one was like 4.98. Four nail polishes for under fifteen bucks ain't bad people!

1 comment

  1. These are some great finds! I love finding inexpensive nail polish. I highly recommend visiting Marshall's or TJMaxx, they always have OPI and Essie for less than $5. They might now always have the biggest selection, but the colors are still from recent collections!


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