Two new collections from SinfulColors offer dazzling nail art options for fall 2013!

Leather Luxe Collection by Sinful Colors, Fall 2013When I was growing up, nail polish meant one of three things: a French manicure, shell pink nails, or (if you were daring) fire engine red.

Today, there are a world of choices for nail color! And, increasingly detailed nail art has gone from teen fad to mainstream mainstay.

For fall, the runways were simply full of exciting nail options. From applied gemstones, to reverse French manicures in shocking hues, to unusual textures, the sky is the limit!

To maintain such a manicure, however, can be an expensive proposition — which is why I love SinfulColors. I first discovered the line back in 2010 and have been a faithful follower ever since. The line, which is available exclusively at Walgreens, offers up-to-the-minute colors that are so affordable, you can try every new trend without having to give up your daily latte.

Two new collections by SinfulColors for fall 2013 include the Leather Luxe Collection and the Crystal Crush Collection. Both offer exciting, fresh looks that pair beautifully with fall fashions.

The Leather Luxe, pictured above, includes seven rich shades with a dramatic, matte finish. For example, Whipped (a classic black) is spot-on for the season, as matte black was one of the most frequently spotted looks on the runways from New York to Milan.

Crystal Crush Collection by Sinful Colors, Fall 2013If you’re looking beyond basic black, other gorgeous shades include Laced Up (a deep orange), Cold Leather (midnight blue), My Turn (steel gray), Leather Loose (warm brown), Strapped (teal) and my personal favorite Get it On (luscious berry). Retail $1.99

Deep matte shades too tame for you? Try the dazzling Crystal Crush Collection, pictured above. The brilliant, gem-inspired hues are sprinkled with a sparkling, reflective pearl finish for a 3-D look that’s guaranteed to get noticed.

Eight look-at-me shades include Got a Blush on You (fuchsia), Blue Persuasion (sapphire), Orange Crush (tangerine), Treasure Chest (turquoise), Emerald Envy (green), Purple Gleam (dark lavender), Ruby Mine (cherry red) and Face the Facets (electric yellow). Retail $2.99

SinfulColors are made in the USA, with the high quality you expect from a leading nail brand, without formaldehyde, toluene and DBP.

Visit SinfulColors for more information, to see the many collections, use the unique Try it On app, or learn how to create exciting nail art yourself.

While you’re here, don’t forget to enter our Bra-Zing decorative bra strap cover giveaway. Retail $28. Ends 10-31!

Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, Harper’s BAZAAR Style Ambassador, and the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! In addition to Susan Said… WHAT?! Susan also writes for It’s how you play the game! the corporate website of the award-winning You’ve been Sentenced! word game.

PHOTOS: Used with permission by SinfulColors.

DISCLAIMER: I received samples of the products discussed in the post in order to fully evaluate their effectiveness. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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