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Friday, December 27, 2013

SinfulColors Holiday Tinsel and Sheer Lustre Glitter Topcoat

Today I'd like to share some brand new toppers from SinfulColors.  They have released two topper collections for the 2013 holiday season, Holiday Tinsel and Sheer Lustre Glitter Topcoat.  I have two polishes from each collection to show you. Feast your eyes!

I used the four polishes all over one coat of SinfulColors Simply Silver.  The newbies are, from thumb to ring finger: Spiked Ice, Cold as Ice, Glittery in Pink and Top Me Off.  The pinky features Simply Silver by itself.  I used one coat of topper on each nail.

The first two toppers, Spiked Ice and Cold as Ice, feature long strands of "tinsel" in black and white, respectively.  They are from the Holiday Tinsel collection.  To be honest, I find this type of polish a bit challenging to work with.  I have a hard time dispersing the "tinsel" evenly over the nail and it's really not my favorite look. 

I was much more excited with the two polishes from the Sheer Lustre Glitter Topcoat collection, Glittery in Pink, which features various-sized pink glitter, and Top Me Off, which features small multi-colored holo glitter.  I really LOVED these two polishes and after removing these demo swatches, I immediately re-polished all of my nails with Simply Silver and added Glittery in Pink on my accent nails.  Here's a peek!

Two coats of Simply Silver on all nails and one coat of Glittery in Pink added to ring finger.

This was my Christmas nail look and I got several compliments!

So, overall, not so thrilled with the two Holiday Tinsel polishes, LOVED the Sheer Lustre Glitter Topcoats. Both collections are available exclusively at Walgreens for $1.99 a bottle.

If you'd like to learn more about SinfulColors, check them out on social media.

Stay tuned for more swatches to come!  

The polishes in this post were provided to me for my honest review and consideration.

2 comments:

Moriah H said...

I need to know what to use to keep my polish from coming off after only a days time. It normally comes off in one full piece. I use base and top coats.

Kari said...

Hmmm. What I would suggest is making sure your nails are perfectly clean before applying your base coat. Even if you haven't had polish on for a bit, an extra swipe of polish remover, then a good hand-washing, can't hurt. Make sure you use the thinnest coats that you can and make sure each coat is FULLY dry before applying the next one. Hopefully this will help. Maybe try switching brands on your base and top coats, too.