Sinful Shines and Orly Sparkling Garbage

Happy Friday!!!

I know it's late in the day but I wanted to share a wonderful mani that I recently wore, with you.  I recently found a Walgreens when I was out of my usual area ( I don't  have one remotely close so it was a treat). I saw the Sinful Shine display and knew I had to grab some to see how they were. I picked up Rendezvous and Pragmatic. 

For those of you who don't know, SinfulShine is a line of polishes from the Sinful Colors polish company. It is supposed to have high shine and gel technology all rolled into one polish. I wish I would have gotten to find that out, the shine that is, maybe next time. 

Rendezvous was a nice light teal, a sort of Tiffany-ish blue and Pragmatic was a nice lilac. 

I applied a couple coats over Duri Rejuvacote and used no topcoat to try to see how the finish was.  Well apparently I fell asleep before they were 100% dry and I sadly woke up to blanket marks. 

I did get some lovely pictures before they got messed up. 




 Obviously when I woke up I was sadly disappointed. BUT, all was not lost. I had the perfect topper. Orly Sparkling Garbage!!!! A quick coat of that followed by some Glisten and Glow HK Girl Topcoat and i was happy again. It was so perfect!




LOVE!

I was able to wear this at least three days without chips or wear. I was really impressed with how well such a cheap polish held up. I meant they we're only $1.99, on sale!

You can find Sinful Shine at your local Walgreens and Orly online or at your local Sally Beauty. 
 

 

4 comments

  1. Oh my gosh I LOVE sparkling garbage I picked it up a bit ago and I find myself trying to work it into my mani whenever possible lol!! Love this color combo your nails look gorgeous!! :)

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  2. Gorgeous! Now I really want Sparkling Garbage! :)

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  3. Okay I was loving the colors without the sparkle but with the sparkle I am head over heels! (:

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  4. This looks great together! I am personally loving the SinfulShine stuff. :)

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