I've never really considered khaki green nail polish as a must-have colour and didn't actually realise I was missing this kind of shade from my stash until I received it in a goodie bag and I went to add it to my nail polish drawers.
Sally Hansen polishes have been huge in the States and while the UK has always had the nail care range, the actual polishes were always a bit more difficult to find around here unless you spotted them in a local Poundland. Well, that isn't the case anymore as you can now pick up most of the colours in the Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure range from local Boots and Superdrug stores.
Loden Green is a dark khaki green with yellow undertones which was actually used on the 2013 catwalk for Prabal Gurung alongside a gorgeous gold and navy blue, both of which are yet to make an appearance on here but hopefully be soon!
I like Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure nail polishes because they come with a paddle brush which means application is easy peasy - why other brands haven't adopted this kind of brush is beyond me. The polish went on really smoothly and I probably could have gotten away with a single coat but the freak in me had to go in for two and then a final swipe of my trusty China Glaze Fast Forward Top Coat to seal it all up.
Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure nail polishes are priced at £6.99 and available from Boots and Superdrug stores nationwide as well as their respective websites. You can buy Loden Green from HERE.
How many khaki coloured nail polishes do you have? Am I the only one who was late to the party with this one?