Monday, October 27, 2014

SinfulColors Wicked Colors For Halloween 2014

*press samples*

SinfulColors Cauldron Couture (2 coats) over 2 coats Butter London Wellies

Cauldron Couture is a black and green glitter topper with green shreds and black large and small hexagonal glitter. There weren't too many shreds, and I really liked the mix of colors. These were pretty densely packed, but I still used 2 coats for all but Pumpkin Spice. The formula was perfect; not too thin and not too thick. 

SinfulColors Glow in the Dark (2 coats) over Chloe & Bella Black Out (1 coat)

I'll be honest: I'm not really into glow in the dark polishes. They usually don't work well, and if they do, it is the worst trying to take a picture of it. As you can see, with 2 coats over black, it leaves a milky shimmer in the light. I sat my fingers and bottle in light for over 5 minutes, and the bottle was crazy bright as you can see above. Unfortunately this overtook any color you could see well on my nails, but it was there. The formula and application was exceptional though. 

SinfulColors Mystery Moonshine (2 coats) over 2 coats Zoya Veruschka

Unlike Cauldron Couture, Mystery Moonshine only contained multi-colored shreds of blue, green and orange. I really liked this one more than I thought I would. I like the color combination, and the removal process was extremely easy compared to the ones with glitter. 

SinfulColors Pumpkin Spice (1 coat) over 1 coat Chloe & Bella Black Out

At first I thought Pumpkin Spice was going to be a full coverage glitter, but I don't think you could make it opaque on its own (maybe with 4 coats). The mix of orange and gold reminds me of fall and Thanksgiving instead of Halloween, but nevermind that. Overall, this isn't a favorite from the collection, but it's still a nice glitter topper. 

SinfulColors Splatter Spell (2 coats) over 3 coats China Glaze Orange You Hot?

And lastly we have Splatter Spell which is a topper with orange shreds and the same black glitter from Splatter Spell. I thought China Glaze's Orange You Hot? would be a good base, but it sort of makes the shreds blend in. Sorry about that! I should have picked a different orange or different color altogether. It applied exactly the same as Cauldron Couture which is a good thing.

Overall, there are 14 Halloween colors you can find exclusively at Walgreens and Target. Some of these are repromotes, but you may not have them already. These retail for $1.99 each, which is a great deal. You can find SinfulColors on Twitter or Facebook to check out what's new in their world.

*These polishes were provided by the company or PR representative. All reviews are based solely on my opinion. For more information, please see my full disclosure at the bottom of the site*

1 comment:

Craftynail said...

cool collection! i didn't get my hands on these this yr