SinfulColors are available at Walgreen's and Rite Aid for about $2 each
Like you've heard me say, I'm not the world's biggest green nail polish fan. That all might be changing recently. There have been a deluge of amazing green polishes lately that have stolen my heart; from China Glaze Re-Fresh Mint to OPI Jade is the New Black, I've been eating my own words over the last few weeks.
It's not really a surprise that because of my new appreciation for greens my eyes zeroed in on Sinful Innocent while at my local Walgreen's recently. It's an almost neon lime green creme that reminds me of a 50s kitchen. It's got much more yellow than any other bright green I've got, and it applies wonderfully. I was a bit shocked at the application because I've heard a couple people say it wasn't that great, but it went on smoothly and was very opaque in two coats. Normally SinfulColors don't treat me so well. So I can say I'm happy with the application and color.
Sinful All About You is a clear-base polish with varying sizes of gold, copper, and antiqued green-gold glitter and shimmer. It gives an almost speckled look to the nails and I loved the way it looked over Innocent. I'm sort of interested to see what would happen if it was mixed into a black polish, I think it would be gorgeous. It's got a nice glitter-to-base ratio meaning that I felt like I got a good amount of glitter that covered evenly in one coat over Innocent.
I really liked both of these polishes; the smooth color and finish of Innocent and the speckled glitter of All About You are both worth the $2 each I paid for them. I don't like the Sinful bottles though. There's something about the caps that make it easy for polish to ooze out through the threads, into the cap, and eventually down the sides if not stored upright. The lids also get stuck quite often because of this. I wish they'd revamp the packaging. Again.