The first of the colors I tried this weekend was Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Black and Blue. It's different than I thought it would be, and it is a quite complex color. Here's what it looks like in three coats:
I initially thought this would be a blue, but at first glance it's more green. However, it catches the light with a dusky blue-grey, which you catch a glimpse of in the side view photos. This is my first polish from the Complete Salon Manicure line. At first I wasn't thrilled about how thin the coats are, but it dried fairly quickly even with multiple coats, and the longer I wore it, the more dimension I saw in this color. I'm a sucker for peacock coloring and duochrome, so I do believe I'll wear this again.
To create my ruffian design, I chose (what else?) holo glitter, with Glitter Gal Turbulence layered over Sephora for OPI Frankly I Don't Give A-Dam to make it pop.
At the same time as I picked up Black and Blue, I also grabbed Sally Hansen Triple Shine in Statemint. It's a yellow based green that typically wouldn't be my speed (not a huge fan of neons), but I just knew it would look great with Julep Harriet, which I'd added on to my March Maven box. Here's what they look like with two coats:
I liked the ruffian look and definitely think with practice and/or a little masking tape, this could be a look I wear often.