Tonight I have 7 of the Salon Perfect Paint The Town Red White and Blue Collection to show you.  These colors are just in time for the 4th of July coming up, so if you are out of ideas for a mani ideas, you can run to Walmart and pick a few of these up!

Sugar Cube

Sugar Cube

Sugar Cube is your basic, classic white creme.  I have this shade in my collection already and love it.  I used 2 coats for these photos.

Sugar Cube side

Sugar Cube CU

Blue Ribbon

Blue Ribbon

Blue Ribbon is AMAZING!  This is a vibrant cobalt blue with gorgeous shimmer.  I used 2 coats for these photos and I did not experience any staining with this shade.

Blue Ribbon side

Blue Ribbon CU

He’s With Me

Hes With Me

He’s With Me is a gorgeous red jelly with gold glitter particles mixed in.  I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.

He's With Me Side

Hes with me CU

Gold Leaf

Gold Leaf

Gold Leaf is a metallic gold foil shade.  I used 2 coats for these photos.

Gold Leaf side

Gold Leaf CU

Save Me A Spot

Save Me A Spot

Save Me A Spot really made me work a bit.  I used 2 dabbed on coats over a base of Sugar Cube.  I really like the dot glitters in red, white and blue, but the dots kept slipping off the brush and I only was able to grab 3 or 4 at a time, if that.  I also had slight bubbling, but that could be from my dabbing efforts.

Save Me A Spot side

Save Me A Spot CU

Grand Finale

Grand Finale

Grand Finale is a mix of blue, red and silver holographic long bar glitters.  I’m not a fan of bar glitter, but I do think its appropriate for the name.  Application was perfection on it.  I used 1 coat over Sugar Cube.

Grand Finale side

Grand Finale CU

Starred & Stripped

Starred and Striped

Starred & Striped is a mix of red and white micro bar glitters with blue stars.  I used 1 coat over Blue Ribbon.

Starred and Striped side

Starred and Striped CU


Overall I think these are excellent patriotic shades.  I did have some application issues with Save Me A Spot, so if you pick that one up, be prepared for some dabbing to get dots out.  I’m a dot glitter lover though, so it was worth the work for me.

Price: $3.98 Each

Where To Buy: Walmart

What did you think?  I do have some awesome nail art tools to show you soon as well!  So stay tuned.

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I’m Lisa, a 36 year old mother of one energetic little boy. I live right outside of San Francisco with my son and my boyfriend. I work full time in an accounting office during the day and as a beauty blogger at night.


  1. I am loving all of these shades. The Sugar Cube white looks amazing and Bluse Ribbon is amazingness. Love the red, white and blue polka dot like glitter coat in Save Me a Spot too. Love it.

  2. I like them all except the bar glitters! Have you tried painting the dot glitter onto a cosmetic sponge, letting the sponge absorb some of the base, and then sponging the dots onto the nail? It works great to get a lot of glitter from these troublesome formulas!

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