Morning, friends!! I've been kind of excited to try Sinful Colors' new "luxury" collection, SinfulShine, a line that costs a whole dollar more than regular line Sinful Colors (ringing in at a whopping $2.99) and boasts a gel manicure-like shine in a traditional polish, a look achieved without topcoat. I chose a classic and on trend for fall burgundy creme called Mirror Mirror. I can tell you unequivocally that the claims are true (isn't it nice when claims are true?). I've got photos both with and without topcoat featured here. See if you can tell the difference.
So apparently vampy wine shades are suddenly in for this fall, for both lips and nails. It always kills me when the fashion powers that be take the classics and decide they're "in" for a season. Anyhoo, if you're not really a slave to makeup trends and, like me, tend towards the classics anyway, guess what! We get to be cutting edge for a couple months.
So maybe needless to say at this point, I adore this rich bordeaux and Mirror Mirror might even be my favorite polish of the year. The formula is impeccable. Two coats are opaque, easy to apply, and self leveling. Even without topcoat, Mirror Mirror dries very quickly.
I know I'm going a little overboard on my photos of a simple creme but I just adore this polish-- the color, that ridiculous gloss... everything about it is perfection.
Okay, I'm done ♥ You need this polish, whether you've been on the hunt for a great vampy shade or if you're looking to be classically on trend for this season, believe me when I say you need Mirror Mirror in your life.
Sinful Colors SinfulShine polishes are available at Walgreens.
Thank you for reading and putting up with my true polish love picture spam, lol. Here's one more-- we carved pumpkins last night and C thought it'd be fun to turn an old pattypan squash into a flying saucer. :)