I've got a nail post to share with you! Being that tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day, what better time than to share one of the manis I've come up with using SinfulColors new, limited edition glitter called Shamrockin'. The other polishes I've used for today are also in the same display, although they've been in my stash for much longer...and a couple were unused up to this point.
The display I saw had Green Ocean, Snow Me White, Shamrockin', Mint Apple, Innocent, All About You and Happy Ending. This is a different lineup (and even display background) from what's listed on Nouveau Cheap's post about this collection so I'll also include a link to this post. HOWEVER the display that I saw agrees with what is listed on SinfulColors' site here.
SinfulColors Shamrockin' is a unique glitter topper that I picked up from Walgreens in, I think, February. There is supposedly a second version of this at Rite Aid but I've only seen the display at one Rite Aid location and of course Shamrockin' was completely gone. Anyway...I really like this. The white flowers do take a little fishing and placing to get out, but it's not too hard to get one out. The rest of the glitters came out nicely and I was able to get an even coverage with one generous coat. The other glitters are fine matte white, small metallic green and medium matte lime-ish green hexes. I thought the base was a good viscosity to hold up the glitters but not so thick that I had bubbles when it dried. I purposely left my thumbs flower-less.
Not pictured with the appropriate bottle, but I also used SinfulColors Snow Me White for the dots on my pinkies and index fingers (using a dotting tool from Salon Perfect).
I have to say that I love SinfulColors' new trend of putting stickers on the truly new and limited edition/specialty polishes. I hope that tendency stays around forever and ever (other brands too). I had also picked up the Valentine's Day version - Love Sprinkles - which is where I first saw the new stickers.
If you've come across the annual SinfulColors St. Patrick's Day display, what version was it? Is Shamrockin' a glitter topper that appeals to you?
**my opinions are my own