SinfulColors Catch Spring Fever 2015

A day late getting up the Beauty Talk Tuesday post, but better late than never. I picked out 5 of the 24 spring SinfulColors nail polish that came out for Spring. Here are my honest opinions about them (even if I did get them for review).

SinfulColors-Energetic-RedEnergetic Red by SinfulColours was a basic red colour, not the most flattering of reds I’ve tried on, and not intense and vibrant as I would have hoped. Although I dig the shade of fiery orange red, I feel like it’s missing a bit more pizzaz if you will.

SinfulColors-ThimbleberryThimbleberry: I was surprised that I liked this shade of pink on my nails. I kept it on for a few days (after I re-painted them all after all the swatching I did for this post). It’s a nice colour for either the toes or fingers this spring. A nice cheery watermelon shade.

SinfulColors-Flight-To-SeeFlight To See: I’m definitely not a fan of this one, but I can appreciate it because I know so many people love an opalescent shimmer to their polishes. I would tell you to skip this one because it applied streaky and the nail polish was really liquidy, which was a bit weird. If I were to continue using this colour, I’d keep it on my toes and even then I’d rarely paint them this colour. Unfortunately this one is a flop for me.

SinfulColors-PetalBeTheDayPetal Be The Day: Super fun sparkly top coat! I’m pretty sure any sparkle polish with blue and purple flecks is bound to make me happy. At a $1.99 I’d definitely pick this one up. It doesn’t look pretty in the bottle, and looks murky, but applied on the nails it goes on clear with gorgeous sizes of glitter, and applies great.

SinfulColors-TempestTempest: A soft lavender. Another huge favourite of mine, probably because I am a spring baby! I love the creamy milky look this gives to the nail. Again, totally would buy this one given the awesome price, and requires just two coats of polish to achieve an opaque shiny look.

SinfulColors are $1.99/each and is available for Spring 2015 at Walgreens and other mass retailers. Follow SinfulColors on Twitter & Facebook.

Disclaimer: The nail polishes were sent to me by the PR team. Opinions are my own, I’d like to keep it that way, since I like tellin’ ya how it is.

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SinfulColors Holiday 2014

SinfulColors-Holiday2014Guys you know what? I have climber hands, meaning they’re forever dry no matter how much hand cream I put on them. I tried my best to make the nails look decent for these snapshots. So there ya have it.

Get ready to be holi-dazzled with SinfulColors Holiday 2014. I picked out 4 of my favourite polishes out of the 22 polishes that are in the holiday collection and am showing you how they swatch on my nails today. I’ve heard a lot of people not liking how the SinfulColors apply on their nails, saying it goes on streaky. I haven’t had that problem, yet. But I only truly used two solid colours (a white, and a cobalt blue) – the rest have been sparkley top coats.

Let’s get to it!

SinfulColors-Endless-BlueSinfulColors Endless Blue — a deep wave of cobalt.

SinfulColors-Hottie-2SinfulColors Hottie — Clear azure blue twinkling with silver.

SinfulColors-HottieSinfulColors Endless Blue with Hottie on two nails.

SinfulColors-T-twinklesSinfulColors Twilight Twinkle — Brilliant flakes of gold.

SinfulColors-Twilight-TwinkSinfulColors Endless Blue with Twilight Twinkles on top.

SinfulColors-Galax-Sea2SinfulColors Galax-Sea — Magical green flakes with flecks of orangey gold.

SinfulColors-Galax-SeaSinfulColors Galax-Sea pair ontop of a red polish (not SinfulColors)

Dior-dupe-SinfulColorsLook what I found here. A Dior dupe! SinfulColors Twilight Twinkles is the perfect dupe for Dior Diorific Vernis in Golden Shock.

SinfulColors are $1.99/each and is now available exclusively at Walgreens. Follow SinfulColors on Twitter & Facebook.

SinfulColors nail polishes were sent for review.

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August Glymm Box

Now that I’ve unsubscribed from most of the monthly subscription boxes, I don’t feel as overwhelmed and I can focus on doing monthly features on the products I’ve received from my favorite companies!

Here is my August Glymm box. It came in a little black faux patent leather bag this time, so cute. As always, click the images to enlarge them…


Close ups:


CoccoLily nail polish (We received the Full Size! 15ml/$12.00)
These polishes come in 5 different shades of pink! I’m not sure what color I received, but it’s pretty as you can see in the swatches above.  

Vitamin & Sea
Cruelty Free mineral clay mask (Full Size: 210 ml / $62.00)
The face mask is made from clay directly from the Dead Sea, and will tingle when you apply it, as it softly exfoliates the skin. The organic mask is enriched with vitamins B1, B2, C, A, D and E from sweet almond oil.
Sample usage: Up to 3 uses

Bentaberry (Full size: 30ml/$22.00)
A moisturizing face cream for men or women. It is made from 100% natural active ingredients: burdock, jasmine, mandarin, blueberry, white dead-nettle and zinc pidolate. (What the heck are those last two?) Apparently it will/can diminish the redness and blemishes on your face.
Sample usage: Up to 7 uses (not so sure about that!)

Mai Couture (Full Size: 50 Sheets / $19-$26)
This is a blush paper with two pieces of paper in the package. Add color to the apples of your cheeks, just by rubbing the paper on your cheeks for an instant lift!
Sample usage: Up to 4 uses (It says on the back of the packaging use one sheet for both cheeks. So basically two uses, not four)

Naked Princess (Full Size: 2.96 ml / $26.00)
Naked Shine Luscious Lip Gloss
It’s the tiniest bottle of lip gloss ever, but it’s a really nice color. The scent of it reminds me of a MAC lipgloss I had a few years ago.  The consistency of this gloss is non-tacky and doesn’t stick to your lips. The color is great. The gloss is infused with Shea Butter, Sweet Almond Oil, Moroccan Vanilla, & Antioxidants.
Sample usage: Up to 14 uses

Sign up for Glymm for $10./month (reoccurring members) or $12/month for new members.

This is not a sponsored blog post, I am not affiliated with Glymm.

Also! Don’t forget about entering in the contest in the blog post below.

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