Just so you know

Just so you know, while there will be mention of adult products, I'm not going to go into graphic details about anything. Even still, I realize that not everybody wants to read about adult products, so those will have a disclaimer at the top of each post :)

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Sinful Colors Nail Polish

Here we are, my very first product review for you! I spent a long time trying to figure out exactly what it would be, but here it is at last, my favorite brand of nail polish, and chosen to share with you because it rocks so hardcore I couldn't resist a chance to tell the world all about it.

So I'll start out with a little blurb about the bottle itself, a unique rounded shape that makes it stand out in your collection of nail polish (unless your collection happens to be made entirely of Sinful Colors).  The caps are all a nice matte black and I have yet to have a problem with them getting stuck on, as some nail polishes have a very bad habit of doing.

There are so many colors to choose from as well, I've only got a small sample up top to show you, but I'll be adding more in the future.  Colors range from pearls to glitters to just straight up colors with nothing fancy, and look just stunning with a nice clear top coat.  Over there on the right is an example of one of the more pearly ones, named Love Nails.  That's another awesome thing about these polishes, they all have cute names.  Well, okay, maybe not all of them, but a lot of them do.  Classics like What's Your Name and Dream On and Snow Me White, to less creative ones like Tokyo Pearl and HD Nails. For the absolute best results, you should wait a good 20 minutes or so between applying the color and applying the top coat, since that will help reduce the amount of random air bubbles you might get, and leave you with a more flawless color.

Okay, now I wouldn't be ranting and raving about these polishes if they didn't hold up, so before you ask me "ok, so just how long do these last?", let me tell you.  I've gotten a good two weeks between polish changes.  And I'm not talking "oh, there's still some chips that haven't come off yet" left, I'm talking full on could have painted my nails yesterday and you'd never know.  And I deliver and work with a lot of car parts.  So for this stuff to survive being beat on all day every day, for two weeks, and have barely a chip to show for it, I'm really impressed.  The first time I went to remove this polish, after being really surprised that it lasted 2 weeks, I was expecting to have to fight to get all of it off to do a color change.  Nope.  Came off just fine with regular old nail polish remover.

And I haven't even gotten to the best part yet.  The best part is that in addition to all the cutesy names and the amazing last time, these are only $1.99.  Yes, I said $1.99.  You can stop staring at the screen, pick your jaw up off the floor, and remember to breath.  And available all over the place too.  Most notably at Walgreens, so you can go just down the street, get awesome colors, for an awesome price, and outlast the $30 manicure!