I am a huge fan of nail polish. Some people may even say I’m a wee bit obsessed. And I may be. The thing is, it’s a relatively cheap and easy fix for this junkie. One of the brands that I really love is Sinful Colors. The Sinful Colors line of nail polish is kind of fantastic. Recently, I had the opportunity to test drive a couple of their newest releases – Luxe Leather and Crystal Crushes.
Sinful Colors Luxe Leather Review
Luxe Leather is a line of matte nail polishes from Sinful Colors. Available in six of the most popular shades, there’s something for everyone.
These polishes seem to be a bit thicker than most of the other mattes on the market. Luxe Leathers almost have a slightly rubbery, kind of leathery finish. I thought that the My Turn (grey) or Strapped (jade green) would be a great base for a blackboard-type nail art. It really did look like chalkboard paint!
It wears normally, like other polishes. I got about 4 days of wear from these before I noticed any wear. And that’s without a topcoat.
Sinful Colors Crystal Crushes Review
Crystal Crushes is one of the new fall/holiday nail polish lines from Sinful Colors. These are available in 8 Jewel tone shades. When you look at the bottle, you think “WOW! Those are sparkly!” They are, but they’re not glittery. Once you apply it, you realize that there’s something different about this polish.
It’s textured. I was not expecting these to be textured, as there’s nothing on the bottle that denotes a texture. The texture is similar to that of the Sanded polishes that are available.
I did think that two coats did a great job with a gorgeous color payoff. The texture stays bumpy for a couple days, then it does something kind of strange. It starts to go away and your polish turns into a gorgeous satin finish! It really was like a two-fer.
Crystal Crushes wore well for about a full week before it really started to look worn. One other caveat is that the Crystal Crushes were really difficult to remove. I had to wrap my nails to get it off.
Why Buy Sinful Colors
It’s inexpensive. Retails for between $1.98 and $2.99. I can scoop up a whole bunch of colors at that price.
Great colors. Sinful Colors is regularly releasing new colors of their nail polishes. Some are really vibrant, fun colors like Innocent, which is a creamy lime green shade or Love Nails, which is an iridescent royal blue. Plus, hot fancy finishes at a great deal!
They’re 3 Free. This means Sinful Colors nail polishes never contain DBP, Toluene, or formaldehyde.
Made in the USA. Self explanatory, right? LOVE domestically made products, especially when they’re this great of quality.
Do you buy Sinful Colors polishes? What are your favorite brands?
Jennifer H says
Ooh I love the emerald envy
I love that Got a Blush on You and the fact the cost is low.
Liza @ Views From the 'Ville says
I love Sinful Colors nail polishes, for many of the reasons you mentioned. Awesome price, great colors, and love Made in the U.S.A. stuff. I haven’t come across the “My Way” color yet, but I’m not officially on the hunt for it, as it looks great!
Oh wow! I love the nail colors!!!
Sandy Gram says
I’ve never tried matte polish before, I need to give it a try!
Caitlyn Stone says
I really like the leather look ones. The crystal ones are pretty cool but I can’t stand that sandy texture on my nails. I only like glossy or matte, and I barely like matte. My new favorite is the satin finishes by Julep. I haven’t had good luck with sinful colors. They’ve stained my nails and chip easy. But for the price they’re great. I usually buy me Julep and buy my 8 yr old sinful.
Laura Ohlrogge says
Pretty, love sinful colors!
Rachel Beltz says
I own one polish from Sinful Colors and it’s probably my favorite one that I own!! I love My Turn!