First impression: Sinful Colors Professional Nail Enamel By Fran


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First impression: Sinful Colors Professional Nail Enamel

First impression: Sinful Colors Professional Nail Enamel

A Target (pronounced Tarjay) has come into my area. By my area I mean it’s just over 2 hours away from where I live.  We travel to the city once, sometimes twice, a month so each time we go I’m exploring the beauty department a bit more.  This last trip I stood in awe at the nail polish section…..choirs of nail-polishy angels could be heard as I stood  mouth gaping.  I have seen lots of YouTube beauty gurus using Sinful Colors nail polish and this was the first time I had ever been able to buy them. So I did.   I got 5 Frantastic colours.

First impression: Sinful Colors Professional Nail Enamel

From left to right: Glass Pink, Innocent, Black on Black, Hazard, Let’s Talk
(do you like my custom backdrop? it’s all I had at 4 a.m.)

All of the colours give off great one coat coverage. The Glass Pink is sheer with a subtle gold undertone and sparkle so if you’re looking for opaque from this one it will take 3+ coats.  The other colours are opaque on the first pass.  The polish is very true to the bottle, what you see is what you get. There is very little bleed from this polish (if you’re layering dots/stripes or art on top or underneath) Nothing worse than having your top design draw the colour from underneath or vice versa, though waiting for the base coat to dry completely is important and when in doubt…top coat before you add details.  The brush is a nice size, just the right length to be controllable and it’s not too wide, but it does fan out beautifully during application making it an easy polish to apply. The brand has several collections and a new Sinful Shine collection with some amazingly shiny colours.

I’ve been sporting Innocent for a couple of days and even with all my typing at work, at home and household duties as assigned, it has yet to chip or peel.  The enamel is 3-free and made in the USA.  The price point at Target is around $2 a bottle and that’s amazing for the quality of polish, so it’s easy to pick up 5 or 6 (or more) for the price of one ‘designer’ polish.

I will definitely be getting more to add to my collection, because goodness knows I NEED more nail polish.

I think this product is: Truly Frantastic!

Until next time 🙂

 

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3 Comments
  1. hahahaha I love your custom back drop !

  2. Yes, it’s very textural and….artistic.

  3. Creative! I like.

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