Review/NOTD: Sinful Colors in Thimbleberry

If you are mad about nail varnish, they you will probably have heard of the new bargain brand called Sinful Colors Professional available in Boots. I have been buying these ‘babies’ a lot lately! Today I wanted to share with you Thimbleberry.

Sinful Colors in Thimbleberry

Here is a little information about the Sinful Colors Cream Nail Enamels…

Express yourself with SinfulColors.
A range of 70 shades in every finish – creams, pearls, glitter, shimmer and matte – you can find the perfect colour to accessorize any outfit or mood.

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Sinful Colors are available in almost all finishes you may want; Matt, Cream, Shimmery, Glitter and Pearl. So they really do have a finish to suit everyone.

Being a massive fan of Cream and Matt formulas, I have been buying many of those and trying them out. I will swatch the others soon in NOTD posts.

Sinful Colors in Thimbleberry - swatch
Sinful Colors in Thimbleberry – swatch

Thimbleberry is a rich orange/red/coral colour with a hint of pink. Its really bright and colourful and perfect for Summer. Coral polishes are probably my favourites during the Summer months as they look fabulous with a tan – Thimbleberry is no exception to this rule.

The Cream formulas have a nice gloss finish, I would liken this to a high gloss finish and similar to that of UV top coats or Barry M Gelly Polishes. In fact these polishes in my opinion are very similar to the Barry M Gelly Polishes (Which I am a huge fan of), but with a much better price tag!

Sinful Colors in Thimbleberry - Swatch
Sinful Colors in Thimbleberry – Swatch

When it comes to wearability I get a few days without chips, however I nearly always apply a good top coat (My favourite at present which I reviewed recently is Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Anti-Chip Top Coat, review here). These varnishes don’t cost very much, but are really worth every penny you spend!

Overall, I am really impressed with them which is why I keep going back and buying more. From what I understand, not all Boots stores stock them, so you would be best checking availability online first through Boots to see if yours does (Its the larger stores that seem to carry them). However, if not you can buy them online!

The Sinful Colors range cost £1.99 each which is a superb price, I really recommend them!

For more information on Sinful Colors, why not check them out at Boots online?

Lots of Love,

Mel xxxx