Another 7-10 inches of snow are in the forecast for later this week, but now that it’s finally March, I am firmly entrenched in “Spring-mode.” And, even though I have some serious snow fatigue, at least there is a glimmer of hope. In fact, yesterday I saw a clump of daffodils bravely pushing through the snow in the front garden!
From crocus purple to peony pink, bright Spring-like colors never fail to cheer me up at this time of year. And this season, SinfulColors offers a huge collection of brights, pastels and glitz that make it easy to bid farewell to my winter blues!
There are 24 unique shades from which to choose including bold, vibrant and unexpected shots of color that capture three major nails trends of the season.
First, traditional, soft pastels get an invigorating update with creamy shimmer and glitter. I love pastels when I have just a bit of a tan (even if it comes from bronzer in a jar!). And, this season, Cinderella-inspired Why Not? (sky blue) is at the top of my wish list.
Next, there are mood-boosting zesty oranges (a hot trend again this season), as well as bright yellows and greens. It’s an energizing palette of citrus-inspired colors guaranteed to invigorate your own “Spring Awakening.” Personally, Innocent (green apple) embodies the fresh, spring look I love!
Finally, there are calm blues, purples and teals which are enhanced with iridescent toppers for a unique take on classic shades. Tempest (purple) is my new fave for perfectly manicured toes!
The entire collection includes the following must-have hues:
- Cloud 9: Perfect orange
- Cream Pink: Bubble gum pink
- Energetic Red: A classic fire engine red
- Feel The Vibe: A bright splash of juicy orange
- Gold Medal: The perfect metallic gold
- Innocent: Green apple
- Let’s Meet: Luxe lemon yellow
- Let’s Talk: Royal purple
- Nail Junkie: Sparkle-infused aqua
- Navy I Do: True navy blue
- Sail La Vie: Cerulean sea blue
- Savage: A matte turquoise that pops
- Tempest: A subtly seductive purple
- Thimbleberry: A crushing shade of coral
Why Not: A clear sky blue
Of course, toppers make every shade better and this season’s SinfulColors Toppers are the best yet. They include three great looks:
OPALESCENT TREND TOPPERS
- Flight To See: Prismatic plum
- Prized Plume: Iridescent peacock-feather blue
- Sheer Flight: Bejeweled emerald
CITRUS TWIST TOPPERS
- Horizon Shine: High-shine crimson red
- Ring The Belini: Metallic tangerine feather blue
- Zest Of Times: Lustrous magenta
- Flower Power: Baby pink speckled with white and fuchsia
- Petal Be The Day: Royal blue and purple confetti
- Standing Bloom Only: A creamy mango with magenta flecks
What makes this line different from others is the depth and richness of the color. These nail polishes have a truly sophisticated appeal. They are perfect on their own, or for use in sassy nail art!
Plus, the SinfulColors line is made in the USA, with the high quality you expect from a leading nail brand, without formaldehyde, toluene and DBP.
Of course, many polishes look great in the bottle, but sometimes they “show” differently on actual nails. That’s why I love SinfulColors Instagram page. See the shades on real nails before you commit.
But, best of all is the price. Unlike other nail color,s the SinfulColors line is so affordable, you can indulge in more than one shade… every season. For example, a comparable bottle of OPI retails for $8.00, but the new SinfulColors Spring Collection is only $1.99 per bottle!
To see the entire line, visit SinfulColors and think Spring!
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Your guide to a life filled with STYLE! 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.
PHOTO: Used with permission by SinfulColors.
DISCLAIMER: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free from SinfulColors. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.