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Sinful Colors Polish Review

I recently cleared out my stash of nail polish, tossing the very old bottles and reorganizing my manicure box. Many of what remains belong to the Sinful Colors polish collection. With a price under $2 a bottle and dozens of color choices, it's my go-to brand for trying a new shade. Penny has helped build the collection, so I now have a few unusual colors.

One of the colors I really like for spring, is the very work-appropriate Sinful Colors 24/7, a muted pink that goes on lightly. To achieve strong color, several coats are necessary.

While I like the color, it's not exactly long-lasting. Granted I did not use a base or top coat, but even without those, I prefer to get at least 24 hours without chipping or rubbing off. I applied the polish in the morning and by late afternoon, it looked as you can see in the photo of my hand below.

With base coat, three color coats, and a top coat, I normally get about three days without chipping, but it's a lot of work. Other Sinful Colors polish colors aren't so frustrating. In our collection at home, we have the following Sinful Colors polishes:

  • Boom Boom
  • Go Go Girl
  • Dream On
  • Tapping Nail
  • Black on Black (I wear this one most often)
  • Show Me White
  • Courtney Orange
  • Savage




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