SinfulColors is a brand that I love because they keep up with the latest trends in beauty and style. You can expect something new, beautiful, and fun from them each season or holiday. I am loving their new 4th of July Collection – Having a Blast. It is already in stores, so you can pick up the entire collection or the polishes that you love the most for less than $3 per bottle! Now that’s a deal. Head to your local Walgreens to pick them up!
About The Collection
- Blue By You: Pearlescent royal blue
- Green Ocean: Glitter-flecked emerald
- Hot Spot: Shimmering cobalt blue
- Out Of This World: Perfect silver with swirls of glimmer
- Ruby Ruby: A classic deep red
- Snow Me White: Bright white
- Star Blast-Off: Star-spangled red, white, & blue confetti
I must say, the Ruby Ruby deep red is so beautiful. I am a huge fan of reds. In fact, I will not wear any other color on my toes. With that said, I am incredibly picky about my reds. The Ruby Ruby is just right though. It’s deep, yet bright. It isn’t a shade of red – It’s an actual red! I love it!
Surprisingly, another color in this collection that I adore is the silver color- Out Of This World. It’s gives you a perfect shimmer and isn’t too sheer that you wont enjoy it. I chose to use this color instead of white for my July 4th look. What a great choice I made. It matched very nicely with the red and blue.
The blue Hot Spot color is very deep. I am not a big fan of blues on my nails unless they are deep and dark like this one. This will be my go-to blue from now on.
I had my mom try the Star Blast-Off confetti color. We LOVE it! It’s so perfect and cool for this holiday. It has colorful glitter and little confetti stars. It can be worn alone on your nails or on top of other colors. It’s long lasting and just super fun!
All of the colors in this Having a Blast collection are beautiful, which is never a surprise because SinfulColors has got it goin on!
What’s your favorite SinfulColors polish?
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