Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Sinful Colors Sinful Shine: Pragmatic, Most Sinful, and Yours Truly

Sinful Colors has come out, a couple months ago I guess, with their Sinful Shine collection!

These colors technically don't require topcoat because they dry to a shinier-than-usual finish. I picked up a few to check out and show you! Obviously, I picked a pink, purple, and blue!

 First, check out Yours Truly, which is a lovely bubblegum pink:



These swatches are obviously without topcoat to show off the Shine factor. Next up is Pragmatic:



Sweet, right? The odd black accent nail was the setting for some nail art, don't mind me. I tried to crop it out.

 Last, but not least, is a vibrant royal blue called Most Sinful. There is one quick topcoat of Gramercy Glitz by New York Color as well. The regular Sinful is glitter free, like the others, but I didn't snap a pic.



I must say, I am a fan of the formula, the shine factor, and the price.

 Instead of the $1.99 or 2/$3 that I normally see, these are currently $2.99 each. If you don't use topcoat with it, which you don't really need (for shine, anyway...might still use it to prevent chippage though), than I guess you are sort of saving some money? The color selection isn't super unique, but Most Sinful was the stand-out of the three I purchased for it's awesome color.

What do you think of these polishes? Did you pick any up? You can find these are drugstores like Walgreens, CVS, and mass retailers such as Walmart.




  1. Love them! I need to go get the blue!

  2. Pretty! I picked up VIP, a bright pink shade a few weeks ago. Currently wearing it. Love it and will be purchasing more! Can't beat the price, but like you I do think the colors are a bit standard.

  3. Gorgeous colors, I own several Sinful Colors nail polishes.


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