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SinfulColors SinfulShine Swatches & Review - Most Sinful, Wisp

Products in this review were provided by PR/the brand

L to R: Most Sinful, Wisp

Product Profile


I was recently given the opportunity to choose 2 of the fabulous shades from SinfulColor's new SinfulShine collection--a line of ultra-shiny, high-gloss polishes developed to give users the same finish achieved with acrylic UV cured gel without a lamp! This was actually my first time working with this particular SinfulColors line.

Price

These retail for $2.99.

Where to Buy

The 32 available SinfulShine colors are available exclusively at Walgreens.


SinfulShine Most Sinful Swatch & Review


SinfulShine Most Sinful - 2 coats no top coat

Color

Most Sinful is a gorgeous royal blue cream. 

Application

Application was fine with this polish. It wasn't too thick or too thin, it self-leveled well and overall worked nicely. It dried fairly quickly as well.

My Thoughts

I really like both the color and formula on this polish! That insane shine you see above is 100% a result of the polish, not a top coat, which I found really impressive. I think this is a great polish and for the price ... you really can't beat it!


SinfulShine Wisp Swatch & Review


SinfulShine Wisp - 2 coats no top coat

Color

Wisp is a brilliant white cream. 

Application

On the one hand, this has the potential to be a one-coat white with the right application. On the other hand, I did find it a little more difficult to work with in comparison with Most Sinful. Whites are notoriously difficult (at least in my opinion) and while this lends some of the best opacity and shine I've ever gotten out of a white polish (high-end or drugstore) it was a tiny bit on the thicker side. It wasn't unworkable, but extra care will definitely have to be taken for the average user in my opinion. 

My Thoughts

The price, opacity and high-shine make this slightly difficult white worth giving a whirl. I look forward to using it again this summer (white polish trend!) as well as this winter! And yes, I did partially chose this one because of Brave (for those of you with little ones that still watch Disney films) and partially because I knew that if SinfulShine could produce an amazing white that, that would be the most impressive by far--at least to me. 


Quick Re-cap


Price

These retail for $2.99.

Where to Buy

The 32 available SinfulShine colors are available exclusively at Walgreens.

Connect

Twitter: @SinfulColorsNP
Facebook: facebook.com/SinfulColors

Final Thoughts

All in all I'm very impressed with these polishes--especially for such budget-friendly drugstore options. As I mentioned, the white is definitely a bit tricky, but not so bad that you couldn't work with it and for the opacity and shine it may be worth it! Most Sinful is absolutely lovely and definitely one I can see a lot of people wanting both now and in the fall. Overall I'd say SinfulColors has done a nice job of creating a high-shine formula with a low-price appeal. 

Did either of these polishes grab you? Will you be trying any of SinfulColors' SinfulShine polishes?

Note: Product in this review were provided by PR/the brand. All opinions stated above are my own based on my personal experience and have not been influenced by PR/the brand.

9 comments :

  1. Ooh lovely! Wisp looks like a terrific white! <3

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    1. Super opaque and shiny, that's for sure!

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  2. I have and use Wisp a lot! I just got Most Sinful in, so I'm glad you love it so much! Makes me excited to use it! Great swatches!

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  3. Wisp looks awesome!!!!

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    1. It is definitely one of the most glossy, opaque whites I've tried!

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  4. Have them both. LOVE THEM!

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