If You Haven’t Tried Color Street, You Are Missing Out

Listen. I know we all have major strong feelings about direct sales. I do not sell Color Street. I do not have a family member who sells Color Street. I do not receive free product and I will not receive product for pinning this post.

I just really love Color Street.

I tried the product when it first came out years ago. And if I am honest, I did not love the selection at the time. So I sort of tried it and gave up on it.

But since then, they have really seized the damn day. There are so many options to choose from and they are coming out with new options at least once a week or so. There are solids, glitters, designs, glitter designs, dipper glitter designs, and more.

If you have not heard of Color Street or really do not know what it is, let me take you there. Basically, it is nail polish that has been made into a sticky strip. The sets are around $11. And there is always a buy 3, get 1 free sale going on. So you pay roughly $35 for 4 sets. I can get at least 3 uses out of a single set depending on if I am doing just my nails or my nails and my toes.

When you buy a Color Street set, you need no other equipment to put the set of nails on. Remember that company that used to require you to heat up the nail strip with a blow-dryer before applying? Yeah — that is NOT this situation. 😉

I can literally sit down and do my nails and toes with a Color Street set in about 15 minutes. You open, fit, peel, stick, file — DONE.

And if you want to cook dinner while doing it — you can do that, too. Do a nail, cut the veggies. Do a nail, sauté the meat, do a nail, stir the pot. You get my drift. There is no wet nail polish and no mess at all.

You can mix and match sets and patterns. Truly, the options are endless.

A few of my favorites are — Charleston Blush, Himalayan Salt, Swiss and Tell, Oslo and Steady, Holidaze, Deepwater Opal, Blushing in Flushing, and my favorite — Nuclear Fuchsian.

You take off Color Street with regular old nail polish remover. My manicures usually last about a week to 10 days but if I am honest, I love this stuff so much that I usually do not make it a week before I am eager to apply a new set.

So here is your PSA — you need to try Color Street if you are having trouble getting to the salon, do not want to risk the germs, or do not want to pay salon prices anymore, get you some Color Street. I cannot wait to see the manicures you come up with. I know you will love it.

My Color Street stylist’s name is Amber and she is a mama friend of mine. I am putting her link here for you to use — if you so choose.

Rebecca Autin
Rebecca is an attorney by day and a toddler wrangler by night. She is a product of divorced parents and grew up in both Thibodaux and Franklin, Louisiana. Rebecca attended Loyola University of New Orleans and Southern University Law Center. Rebecca married her high school bestie in 2012. Quinton and Rebecca went through months of infertility before giving birth to Maxwell Lincoln in 2015. In 2016, they were surprised by a baby boy due in June 2017. But, in February 2017, they suffered with incompetent cervix and delivered sweet Theodore Paul too soon. In October 2018, after an incredibly difficult pregnancy, a cerclage, and a whole bunch of bedrest, Fitzgerald Joseph was born -- a happy, healthy, and perfect rainbow. If you can't find Rebecca, you can summon her with pot of freshly brewed coffee or look for her in Target or behind the kitchen island where she is hiding from her kids with a very generous pour of red.


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