Sinful Colors

Thursday, March 06, 2014 Ashley K 0 Comments

I am so totally over this polar vortex, snow and depressing winter weather... so I decided to swatch some bright, cheery colors! I almost decided to do some neons since myself and several of the ladies at the office decided to wear florescent pink yesterday (totally unplanned). On Wednesdays we wear pink! Today I have five miscellaneous Sinful Colors polishes for you: Pink Forever, Pink Poppys, Innocent, Hip To Be Square, and Jolt.

Pink Forever is a bubblegum pink creme. The formula on Sinful Colors polishes is a bit thin, but that's not really unexpected when they're $1.99 a bottle. This is three coats of Pink Forever topped with Seche Vite. First coat was patchy and streaky, but it builds easily.

Sinful Colors - Pink Forever

 Pink Poppys is quite similar to Pink Forever, but is maybe two shades darker and has a bit of shimmer to it. It's hard to tell since they turned out so closely in the photos, but this one is definitely darker in person. This one was also thin, but again, built up easily. Three coats with Seche Vite top coat.

Sinful Colors - Pink Poppys

Innocent is a bright, yellow-green creme. I had application issues with this one. It was runny and thick all at the same time and was prone to streaking unless you did a thick layer. The streaking may be due to my brush being strange. It's angled and patchy. Three coats with Seche Vite top coat.

Sinful Colors - Innocent
Hip to be Square is a light blue creme. It almost looks like a cornflower blue in the bottle, but definitely comes out more as a baby blue on the nail. Again, three coats with Seche Vite top coat.

Sinful Colors - Hip to be Square
Jolt is a robins egg blue creme. This was the only one out of the bunch that didn't give me problems when I was applying it. Went on fairly smooth and was surprising opaque. Two coats with Seche Vite top coat.

Sinful Colors - Jolt