One of the things I really like about Sinful Colors, is that they re not afraid to be colorful, trendy and somewhat fearless. For example, The collection includes five festive full sized nail colors including a holly-berry clear red (“GoGo Girl”), and a holly leaf bright green with shimmer (“HD Nails”) that would give you the perfect Christmas nail look, by either alternating the red and green shades on your nails, or wearing one hand in red, one in green (in which case you could also stand in as a stoplight –just kidding). A deep, midnight blue called simply, “Midnight Blue,” is slightly shimmery and less blackened than many of the blue-centric colors for the season. It reminds me of the ocean as you are still far out, but getting closer to the shore, when you’re looking at it from the air. For the less avant-garde,there is “Out of This World,” a sheer wash of shimmery silver, and maybe as nod to the departed pop star, Michael Jackson, there’s a sheer, shimmery wash of gold called “This is It.”. There are also three fine-tipped bottles of red, green and white nail art so you can create and decorate your nails, your way. Imagine candy cane stripes (easy to do) or little white snowflakes, or a dot of red and a few dashes of green for holiday holly on your fingers and toes. The thing about nail polish is that you can be creative, but if you don’t like it, you can simply remove it.
Personally, I never seem to use up a large bottle of nail polish, so it gets dry and crusty before I can use it up. But I DO love minis! Luckily, there are Sinful Colors Minis in the same, holiday hues, just with smaller sizes (good for travel, too) and even more affordable price tags. As stocking stuffers and little thank-you gifts for the girls at the office, you will delight!Sinful Colors is available at major drug stores and mass market stores nationwide for $1.99, by calling 1-800-448-0763 or online at www.sinfulcolors.com
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