Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Sinful Colours Hottie

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I'd been wearing Astor's nail polish in 70 for 6 days (post here), so decided to spruce it up with my most recent Sinful Colours nail polish in Hottie. I'm wearing 2 coats of Hottie over 70 in the photos above, and cannot stop staring at my nails! It looks so much better in real life, too. Hottie is a sheer, blue based glitter with different sized blue, green, silver, gold, and bronze/purple particles, and I'm pretty sure they're holographic! I've been staring at my nails and the bottle for ages now, and I think they are, but I haven't seen others describe them as so. I think it's one to be worn as a topcoat rather than on its own. As you can see, it looks amazing over cobalt blues! And most blues, I'd imagine. I tried it over a turquoise earlier and that also looked beautiful.


What do you think of this £1.99 glitter? Have you tried it?

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    1. It really is, isn't it? I can't believe I used to avoid glitters!

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  2. oh I love this! will have to keep an eye out for it when I'm in Boots tomorrow :) xx

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    1. My sister persuaded me to get it, and I'm glad I did! Hope you pick up some great things :)

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    1. I love how cheap they are! And they're even cheaper when Boots have an offer on, which is amazing!

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  4. Gorgeous polish, Sinful Colors have some lovely shades.

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    1. Yeah, when the stand is fully stocked, I'm spoilt for choice!

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  5. This is gorgeous!I havent bought any sinful colours but I'm going to have a look next time I'm in boots x

    Zoe | Sweet Electric

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    1. I'd definitely recommend the brand! I have 5 now and love them all :)

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  6. Very pretty. How do you paint your nails so perfectly?????

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    1. Aw, thank you! It's mostly practice and tidying up with a nail art brush dipped in nail polish remover :)

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