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Hello lovelies!

So those of you in the UK may have noticed that Boots has recently started selling Sinful Colors.  They retail at £1.99 a bottle and are currently on offer 3 for 2.  I've managed to nab a load of them thanks to a combination of Boots points and Boots vouchers =)

Here's a few colour combo's I've done lately (mainly as undies for other mani's but I thought they deserved a post all of their own.

I can't wait to nab some more!



Polishes Used: 
Sinful Colors - Verbena
Sinful Colors - Snow Me White


Polishes Used:
Sinful Colors - Winter Berry
Sinful Colors - Snow Me White



Polishes Used:
Sinful Colors - Mint Apple

Comments

  1. I really like the colours! How many coats is 'Snow Me White'?
    I never realised Boots were selling them - I might have to buy a few, especially as they are on 3 for 2... :)

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    1. Snow Me White was 2 coats I believe. Unfortunately the 3 for 2 is no longer on but they're still cheap at £1.99 xo

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  2. I love Sinful Colors polishes! Mint Apple is one of my favorites. They aren't perfect and this one needs a few coats to get rid of the patchy areas, but it is so pretty and the on trend colors and the low cost make these a real bargain. (A lot of SC polishes are dupes or near dupes of high end department store brands.) One example - SC's Innocent is a dupe for OPI's Did It On 'Em from the Nikki MInaj collection. That is another favorite color of mine.

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    1. I didn't mind them being patchy as they were undies, this was my first time really using them xo

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  3. Sinful Colors is one of my favorite brands!

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