SinfulColors Spring 2015 Swatch and Review

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Catch Spring Fever
Bid farewell to the winter blues!! It's time for rebirth, rejuvenation and freshness this spring.  Catch a little spring fever for Spring 2015 with SinfulColors.  Bust out of your winter nail rut with a comprehensive collection of 24 bold, vibrant and unexpected shots of color that capture three major nails trends of the season.  Traditional, soft pastels get an invigorating update with creamy shimmer and glitter.  Mood boosting zesty oranges, bright yellows and greens invoke an energizing palette of citrus-inspired colors guaranteed to invigorate your spring awakening.  And calm blues, purples and teals are enhanced with iridescent toppers that make for a decorative and decadent take on classic shades.

I've got five beautiful polishes from the Spring colors to show you all today. I have to admit, when they contacted me about doing this, I had a hard time deciding which ones I wanted to review. So many beautiful colors from SinfulColors this Spring. 

Flower Power is described as "a baby pink speckled with white and fuchsia".
Shown is two coats of Flower Power.
Flower Power was incredibly surprising. Yeah, it's pretty in the bottle, but it doesn't look like anything special. Then you apply it. Perfect formula, smooth and creamy. You can't help but smile. It's flirty and lovely.

Navy I do is described as "a true navy blue".
Shown is one coat of Navy I Do.
Navy I Do is amazing! ONE COAT?! That's almost unheard of. Seriously, a beautiful color with an amazing formula. I didn't want to take it off.

Horizon Shine is described as "a high-shine crimson red".
Shown is three coats of Horizon Shine.
Horizon Shine might be described as crimson red, but it is not. It's a vibrant shade, but the most amazingly weird combination of ruby red grapefruit, neon red, and coral. Whatever color it is, it is gorgeous. It is a jelly so it requires an extra coat for full opacity, and it is filled with beautiful iridescent flecks. Horizon Shine does photograph red, and I was so upset I couldn't capture the color I was seeing. However, it's beautiful so enjoy the photos and just know that you need to hunt it down.

Sail La Vie is described as "a Cerulean sea blue".
Shown is two coats of Sail La Vie.
Sail La Vie is a blue-toned, periwinkle cream with shimmer. It is. I don't believe for one second that it is a "Cerulean sea blue". I hold a soft spot in my heart for this color. When I was a little girl, I was so obsessed with this color. I once saw a Mercedes that was periwinkle. It immediately because my very first dream car. Now, of course, I'm like "What was I thinking?!", but back then it was super classy. This polish brought back those memories and is just all around lovely.

Prized Plume is described as "an iridescent peacock blue".
Shown is two coats of Prized Plume over Sail La Vie.
Prized Plume is sheer, and definitely needs to be layered over something. The fun part about it, is it completely transforms with every color you put it over. It's a chameleon polish. 

These five beauties from SinfulColors' Spring collection are just the tip of the ice berg. The full list of their Spring colors are below. Several aren't new, but there are some new ones. Each one is worth checking out! Look for them at your local SinfulColors retailer for only $1.99.

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Create your freshest mani ever with these 24 daring and exciting pigments for Spring 2015 from SinfulColors:

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             
InnocentGreen apple
Let's Meet: Luxe lemon yellow                               
Let's Talk: Royal purple
Nail JunkieSparkle-infused aqua                         
Navy I Do: True navy blue
Sail La Vie: Cerulean sea blue                               
SavageA matte turquoise that pops
Tempest: A subtly seductive purple                       
Thimbleberry: A crushing shade of coral
Why Not: A clear sky blue

Flight To See: Prismatic plum                              
Prized Plume: Iridescent peacock-feather blue
Sheer Flight: Bejeweled emerald

Horizon Shine: High-shine crimson red               
Ring The BeliniMetallic tangerine feather blue
Zest Of Times: Lustrous magenta 

Flower Power: Baby pink speckled with white & fuchsia
Petal Be The Day: Royal blue and purple confetti  
Standing Bloom Only: A creamy mango with magenta flecks 

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**The products in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky  :o)

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