Sinful Colors Prosecco

*contains affiliate links*

Sinful Shine Prosecco

Sinful Shine Prosecco

I finally stumbled on this hard to find beauty at Walgreens a couple of weeks ago. This is part of the Sinful Colors Shining Bright Off the Runway collection. This was the last Prosecco, or I would have grabbed them all! I was a tiny bit disappointed when I saw it in the bottle. It’s light gray/beige with gold micro shimmer. Pretty, but my hopes were high with all the buzz this shade’s been creating! I changed my mind as soon as I put it on my nails. What a stunning neutral polish! It’s a unique color combination, that I have nothing to compare it to. It’s a little thin, but I reached full opacity in three coats. It’s very smooth and super glossy. I find the Sinful Shine polishes hold up really well.
Have you tried Prosecco? Any Sinful Colors polish favorites? It’s such a great brand, with so many options at a super affordable price! It looks like they are on sale at Walgreen’s still for .99!

Finger Paints Crystal Springs

The Finger Paints Pastel Rain collection contains 3 creme polishes with coordinating glitter toppers. It’s a pretty collection, but I didn’t think anything was unique enough to warrant a purchase, other than Crystal Springs. (See, I am trying to do less polish hoarding!) I polished my nails with one coat of Wet n Wild Megalast polish in I Need A Refresh-mint, followed with two coats of Finger Paints Crystal Springs. I would describe the glitter as blue and green with silver shards. It’s unlike anything in my collection, and I think it would look great layered over a variety of colors, green, yellow, dark blue…you get the point!

The only thing I didn’t care for was some of the shards didn’t lay flat even with topcoat and felt a little sharp/rough. Have you tried anything from the Finger Paints Pastel Rain collection?

xo Amber

Collab with Geniabeme - Pink Gradient Dot Mani!

I have a fun collab post today that Eugenia from Geniabeme Beauty Blog and I recently did!
We both had been wanting to try something different for nail art, and we decided on a gradient dot manicure.

One of my inspirations is from this blog post Pink Polka Dot Gradient.

I started with a base coat and 2 coats of OPI Sweet Memories.

OPI Sweet Memories


My darkest pink is OPI Kiss me on my Tulips, the medium shade is OPI Got a Date To-Knight, and the lightest shade is a mix of NYC White, Sweet Memories and Got a Date To-Knight.

Once my dots dried, I used Sally Hansen diamond fast dry top coat. I’m liking the formula of this much better than Seche Vite! It’s much thinner and not so finicky!


Pink Gradient Dot Manicure

Please check out Eugenia’s gradient dot mani here Geniabeme Beauty Blog