With the thousands of colors that SinfulColors produces, they eventually have to make a dupe of a color they've already released, right?
Today's post compared two dusty pink polishes, Starfish and Pink Break. Are they dupes? Do you need both? Let's find out!
Hmmm...they look quite similar in the bottle, don't they? Let's see them on a nail.
Well, well, well. What do you guys think? To me, Starfish looks the slightest bit darker. Pink Break is supposed to be a semi-matte finish, but it looks pretty shiny to me.
Here, Pink Break is on my middle finger and Starfish is on my ring finger. Yes, there is a difference and they are not 110% dupes.
Do you need both shades? I don't think so. Odds are you already have a medium pink creme somewhere in your collection anyway. Are they both nice? Sure. The price point really can't be beat, too, but I honestly don't think you neeeeeed both if you already have one.
You can find SinfulColors everywhere, LOL, including the grocery store, so I don't need to point you in a specific direction.
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