Hey y'all! Today I have a few of the 14 boo-tiful colors that Sinful Colors has available for Halloween this year. They are including some of the polishes from their core line as well as some tricked out top coats. Keep reading to find out more.
Snow Me White is one of those polishes from the core line included in this collection. I already had one so decided to use it for the base of all the toppers they sent me. It's one of my favorite white polishes to use for nail art or as a base for anything needing a white. I figured we all know what white looks like so I didn't swatch it alone.
Cauldron Couture - Wickedly glittery emerald. This has a clear base filled with emerald green & black glitters & shards. I only used 1 coat and had no issues.
Mystery Moonshine - Multi-colored confetti. The base on this one is slightly tinted. It's packed full of green, coppery gold, and purple shards. It almost screams Mardi Gras to me. I used 1 coat, and would maybe suggest 2 coats of a top coat for this one.
Pumpkin Spice - Twinkling fall orange. This one has a slightly orange tinted base & is packed with tiny gold and small copper glitters. I used 1 coat with no issues. I think this is actually my favorite & I can't wait to use it in a glitter gradient over a brick red or oxblood shade.
Splatter Spell - Gilded black flecks. This has a clear base filled with black & copper glitters and shards. I only needed 1 coat for this as well & had no problems with application.
Glow In The Dark - Ghoulishly flourescent. As with all glow in the dark polishes, I always suggest using them over a polish rather than alone....unless you like the weird yellowed out nail look. However, when I put 2 coats of this over Snow Me White, it didn't yellow it out as much as other GITD top coats I've used. Trying to photograph a GITD polish is a PAIN, but at least it came out and the glow lasted a while after a quick "charge" under the light.
The press release I received says these are exclusive to Walgreens & Target, but a fellow polish addict that I'm friends with on Facebook said she saw these in her local Rite Aid on the top shelf in the Halloween aisle. I saw these in my local Target on the side of an endcap in the Halloween section. For $1.99 each, you really can't pass these up.