Sinful Colors: Daddy’s Girl & What’s Your Name Reviews
I’ve got two polishes by Sinful Colors to show you today, Daddy’s Girl and What’s Your Name. I’ve only tried a few things from this inexpensive brand but so far I’m quite enjoying everything I’ve experienced. I picked these two up while Walgreens was having a sale where they were taking a dollar off the purchase price per polish.
Daddy’s Girl is an absolutely STUNNING purple/blue (burple?) jelly with lots of fuchsia and gold micro-glitter. Like most jellies, this one applied quite sheer but after four thin coats it built up to the beautiful color you see above. I had this one on for almost a week and I experienced very minimal tip wear and no chipping with my usual duo of Essie Fill the Gap and Seche Vite as my base and top coat.
What’s Your Name
What’s Your Name is another jelly by Sinful Colors. This one has a black base and it’s packed with duo-chromatic micro-glitter that flashes blue or purple depending on where the light hits it. Again I used Essie Fill the Gap and Seche Vite as my base and top coat. This one was opaque after two coats.
I absolutely love nail polish that has a jelly finish so I might be a little biased on this one. The formula for Daddy’s Girl was a tiny bit thinner than What’s Your Name but both were easy to apply and the brush was quite flexible for both. Sinful Colors polish is pretty inexpensive so I would definitely consider picking up a few more of their colors to try out.
What’s Your Name and Daddy’s Girl can be purchased at your local Walgreen’s or Cherry Culture for $1.99 – $2.50 per bottle.