Soooooooooooo. Sinful Colors.
I’m sure you’ve all heard the rage by now, these amazing nail polishes have hit the stands in Boots for an absolutely purse friendly, eye-catching and heart-attack-inducing £1.99.
I did initially think oh god what cheap nasty things do we have here. I was so wrong and I promise you I’ve hit myself many a time since for letting it cross my mind!
The beautiful sparkly blue/green colour is called Nail Junkie so obviously I was drawn to that one, and the pink was a winner in my books, sugary sweetness and sparkle in a bottle, aptly named Pinky Glitter.
Here they are in different lights:
So let’s get on with seeing how they look on the nails.
Nail Junkie is up first and you can see in the first picture with one coat that it’s a bit thin and definitely needs a few layers. You could layer this over another colour if you wanted a more subtle effect though, that’s what this is all about!
The second coat (2nd picture) is a little better but I personally prefer the look of the super glittery triple coat:
Just look at these in natural light!! You cannot get any more mermaid than that. So basically what we have here is a £1.99 polish from a brand causing a huge storm in Boots that effortlessly gives you 2013’s hottest look. Love. At. First. Sight.
I want to SWIM in that bottle.
It reminds me of beach holidays and cool lakes with summer magic. I do get carried away don’t I?
Pinky Glitter is the second bottle I purchased.
A pink glitter is a staple in any girls nail wardrobe and I’m a firm fan, probed by owning about 10, different shades and styles obviously!
This polish was much the same when concerning the triple coats, and definitely looks better in the sun.
This one in particular looks awesome over another colour, the photo below shows it over Essie’s Lovie Dovie and you can see it pretty much glows!
I’m sure you can tell by the comments above that I think the range is brilliant and well worth the money. £1.99 is such a good price for these polishes and it means you can afford to try out colours that you would otherwise leave on the shelf. Particularly fashiony shades or glitter polishes you won’t use as much of.
What do you think of Sinful Colors? Have you seen their mahussive range of colours?
Which colours would you recommend if you’ve picked some up?
Let me know and I’ll be there like a flash!