Hiya fellow nail nerds! It’s me! And today is the latest Sally Hansen Insta-Dri x Crayola School’s Out summer shades! I know, right? Exciting!
Ya’ll know I’m a fan. I mean I showed you the Crayola Insta-Dri launch shades and then I showed you the Sally Hansen Crayola Spring Fling 2018 and now this. I can’t help it. I love my Sally H and I love my crayons. Here, let’s look!
sally hansen x crayola school’s out collection swatches
Sally Hansen x Crayola Atomic Tangerine 520 – School’s Out Collection 2018 (above). My notes here are short ‘n sweet. “2 coats.” I have no idea why there aren’t any hearts and smiley faces in my notes, but there should be. It’s a crazy happy summer orange!
Sally Hansen x Crayola Inchworm 521 – School’s Out Collection 2018 (above). That right there is 2 fabulously whack chartreuse-y coats. Big love. Huge.
Sally Hansen x Crayola Bluetiful 522 – School’s Out Collection 2018 (above). You’re looking at Crayola’s newest colour! It’s blue and because North America voted for it and named it, you know it’s exactly the blue you want it to be. Oh. And it’s 2 coats.
Sally Hansen x Crayola Razzle Dazzle Rose 523 – School’s Out Collection 2018 (above). Is it a necessary shade of pink? You bet! There’s a good shot of blue in it that takes it from being a regular shade of pink and turns it into a #GimmeThat shade of pink!
Sally Hansen x Crayola Wild Watermelon 524 – School’s Out Collection 2018 (above). The notes? Well they just say “HEART EMOJI. 2 coats”. I’m so in love with this rosy, corally shade of blushy pinky red that I don’t even haz words.
Sally Hansen x Crayola Apricot 525 – School’s Out Collection 2018 (above). It’s not so much an apricot as it is a peach milkshake, but that’s okay. If shades like these are in your preferred colour wheelhouse, this one is 3 coats and so good for late spring or summer!
And that’s it! School’s Out! If you’re In Canada and are reading this around the date I posted it here at Beautygeeks, then you need to get your butt to the store ASAP. It’s a limited edition collection and from what I’ve seen at my locals, limited really does mean limited. Hurry!