SinfulColors • Faceted • Polishes
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I picked this up for .99 at Walgreens when they had a sale on Sinful Colors polishes. I really liked the way this looked in the bottle like Mardi Gras. This looks like a super sheer lavendar base with some purple microglitters in it and then some silver and teal bar glitters suspended throughout. This goes on very sheer and the tiny purple microglitters go on easily but I had to really fish for the bar glitters. There was more sheer polish base than glitter at first anyway. Once I use some polish up I expect the ratio of glitter to suspension base will be much better and it should be easier to get these bar glitters out. I really like this color and I layered it over a lavendar (Essie's Keeping My Maiden Name). This took 2 coats to get a look that I was satisfied with. Surprisingly this lays flat and isn't so textured that you really need a top coat to prevent the glitters from snagging. This is a very pretty glitter polish and a bargain for a dollar!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This looks a lot better in the bottle, a crazy bluish mish-mash of glitter, but it's in a clear base and best suited as a top coat IMO. Anyway, the fine glitter in it is actually violet (it looks more blue somehow in the bottle) and the larger bars of glitter change from teal to gold. It's really trippy out in the sunshine. To make this opaque I'd need at least four coats, and seriously, I'm not doing that. I layered it over KC's Holo Chrome and it looks like Mardi Gras. Picked it up at Wag's (FINALLY). I got a rain check last week when the Sinful polishes were on sale for 99 cents, but the regular price is still good at $1.99.