I don’t waste my money having my nails done. Why? Because I’m a nail biter. Instead when I go dressy, I pick up some nail polish and color coordinate. Personally I favor basic black clothing, but hubby doesn’t. But a lifetime of pinks, reds, and corals has become so predictable until I was introduced to Sinful Colors Wild About Color Nail Color.
About Sinful Colors – ‘Tis the season to get festive, feisty and fiery; the season to snazz it up, jazz it up, razzle it up. Kudos to the twinkling, sparkling holiday collection from Sinful Colors, your nails can be glimmer-infused bright and bold for every holiday party and family gathering.
The collection includes five, fabulously-festive hues – from a glitzy gold shade to a seductive silver, jolly green to a fire-cracker red – plus three sleek shades of nail art so you can create and decorate your tips. The illustrations are endless: snowflakes, mistletoe, candy cane, even fruit cake.
Would you believe that a set of five bottles cost only $4.99? Good but not the best part. Would you believe its colors are bright, bold, sparkling? Better but still not the best part. Would you believe the product has good coverage consistency with NO toulene, DBP, or Formaldehyde? That’s the best part–no harmful chemicals.
I love the gold, silver, green red, and purple hues. You can bet that I’ll be using them every holiday–Christmas, New years, Valentine’s, St. Patty’s, Easter, and all the time between. With the illustrations, I can decorate my nails and maybe even give myself a pedicure.
Sinful Colors is available at major drug stores including Walgreens and mass market stores nationwide for $1.99, by calling 1-800-448-0763 or online at www.sinfulcolors.com.
The product(s) featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.