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Thursday, March 5, 2015

SinfulColors Spring Fever

**press sample**

The winter is finally gone, although knowing mother nature's trends in my area we will still have some snow right at the turn of the season... but with spring upon us, It's time for rebirth rejuvenation and freshness.   And what a better way to bust out of your winter nail rut than with these 4 pretties I have for you today part of the comprehensive Spring Fever Collection (seen above). 

These particular ones are trendy and twisty toppers... 

First up is Flight to See.  An opalescent prismatic plum.  Meant to be as a topper.  The new opalescent trend brigs natural hues with reflection of brighter tones that adds shine and shimmer to your base color.  Flight to See was so gorgeous on its own that I decided to wear it alone.  No base and nothing to top but its own beauty.  But because of its opalescent (sheer) nature.  3 coats were required and it dried faster that I expected. 

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This is Ring the Belini.  This one simply screams citrus and Belini drink mix ^_^ 
This is a gorgeous metallic tangerine see here over white. 

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Welcomes nail art and designs so don't be bashful with your stamps.  This is one is the BPL-004

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Next up is Zest of Time.  A lustrous magenta.  Seen here in 3 coats because I used it alone instead of as a topper. 

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Horizon Shine is seen here over white and over black!  It's described as a high shine crimson red but it looks and feels more like a red-orange glimmer. 

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Because of the opalescent, citrus-y and sheer effect because of its topper nature.  The thought of an easy gradient came to mind, no sponge, no complicated gradient technique.  Simply apply your colors and easily blend one over the other.   Seen here over white and using born pretty, zebra pattern BP16 plate wow'ed .  Gradient was seemless or at least I like to think so.   ^_^

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I will have these pretties featured again so stay tuned. 
As we prepare for the colorful spring season, keep these in mind to add glam and glimmer to any shade.  SinfulColors' formula glides for easy application and fast drying time at super affordable prices and easy to get colors at most mass retailers with Walgreens being my favorite. 

What do you think?

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