Happy indeed! This is one of the hottest nail polishes I’ve tried and it’s less than £2! Hurray for Boots for bringing Sinful Colors to the UK. My first pick is Be Happy, a creamy aqua blue/mint green that’s a close dupe to Essie’s Mint Candy Apple (review here) and a nod to classic Tiffany Blue. I’ve heard some complaints that Sinful Colors aren’t so opaque but this beauty was amazingly opaque from just one coat. Of course I added another for good measure and finished with Leighton Denny’s One for All. These pictures were taken after three days wear – how fresh does it look (it’s day 5 and I’m still rocking it by the way). The brush is small, but mighty. It somehow seems to hold a lot of polish in such a small brush head so make sure you wipe off the excess. It’s not too thick or glupey and dried reasonably quickly with a creme finish. With a formula and quality that easy stands up to the likes of Essie and Nails Inc it kinds make me wonder if I’ll ever spend a tenner on a polish again.
Sinful Colors are available in Boots £1.99/15ml here and they ARE included in the current Buy one Get one half price promotion – 2 for under £3... yes please!
What do you think of Sinful Colors? Yes or no?