So while Walgreen's had their Sinful Colors $1 off coupon going, I may have gone a little wild. But when you're talking $1 polishes, can you blame me? I picked up almost all of the Sugar Rush Collection as well as the Almost Famous (edit: or Paparazzi, as the collection is called in Rite Aid) collection. This collection is full of fun glitters, which is what I'm showing today.
Sinful Colors Poparazzi is a dense fuchsia glitter in a clear base. Super cute and totally opaque in three coats.
Sinful Colors Star Dust is an awesome mix of purple and fuchsia glitter in a lightly tinted purple base. I had been hoping this would be opaque on its own, but I needed to layer it over something because it was't quite dense enough. I used China Glaze First Class ticket for this swatch.
Sinful Colors Lush Life is a teal multi-sized hex glitter in a clear base. This one isn't very dense and needed to be swatched over something. I layered it over Sinful Colors Sweet Nothing for this picture.
Sinful Colors After Party is a bright blue multi-sized glitter in a clear base. Again, not dense and I layered it over Sinful Colors Candy Coated for this swatch. Had I been thinking I would've used Sweet Nothing for this to show the difference between After Pary and Lush Life! Please accept this bottle shot instead!
Sinful Colors Show Stopping is a mix of pale pink and holographic glitter in a clear base. I was hoping this would be a dupe for OPI Teenage Dream but that appears to have a pink tinted base. Oh well!
Show Stopping was, however, very close to Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Strobe Light. This comparison shot shows that the two are almost identical. Strobe Light has some finer glitter particles and is a bit more dense.
The next two polishes are hard to describe. Sinful Colors Fantasy features one size of multi-colored hex glitter in a base super dense with micro-glitter and some shimmer. It would be awesome layered over something, but I built it up to near opacity in three coats for this swatch.
Sinful Colors In The Spotlight features the same glitter as Fantasy, but it also has a ton of green shimmer that give it more of a green cast verses Fantasy's almost pink hue.
From looking at the bottle, Sinful Colors Bombshell looked like it would have a similar finish to Fantasy and In The Spotlight, but it is far less dense and seems to only have the shimmery base verses the micro glitter. This is the same three coats as the other two, but is obviously not nearly as opaque.