Sinful Colors Copper Pot

I was wanting a break from all the light pastel-y colors, I love them, but I needed a return to vibrant and shimmery colors. Hence, this polish.

This is two coats of Sinful Colors Copper Pot – it always reminds me of Harry Potter and the students’ cauldrons, maybe some future nail art?? The polish does tend to be streaky, but it suits the metallic shine. It’s a gorgeous orange-brown shade that shifts to yellow when hit by light. There are also little yellow and green specks tucked away in the polish. This is a beautiful unique polish that I really love.

Day 9: Rainbow Nails

I could not think of a design for the longest time, I don’t usually wear super colorful things, such as rainbows, but I finally came up with this. I used Sinful Colors Black on Black as a base and added (in order of the rainbow)  Zoya Livingston, Revlon Siren, Sinful Colors Let’s Meet and Rise & Shine, Sally Hansen Blue Me Away!, and Zoya Belinda.

This would look better if my nails were longer, but I broke my middle and ring nails in the great outdoors this weekend. My favorite nail by far is my pinkie! (Also, if you didn’t see, it’s kinda hard to notice but on the purple on my middle finger is smudged-that’s what happens when you put your nail polish away immediately after applying a topcoat).


Day 2: Orange

So for day two, I went with a baseball theme- I know a few hardcore Oriole fans. I used Revlon Siren and Sinful Colors Black on Black for the color blocked nails and Sinful Colors Snow Me White and Zoya Livingston for the baseballs.


Revlon Siren

I have had this polish for forever. I don’t know why I barely used it. Anyway, this is two coats. The formula is really smooth and easy to use, despite the long time I have had it. I really like this color, that’s saying a lot since my least favorite colors are yellow and orange. It’s definitely not neon but it is bright.


Pumpkins and Pinstripes

I love these Halloween nails! This idea is so cute! I free handed everything using a striper. I started with 2 coats of Revlon Siren, and used a black and silver glitter Kiss striper. For the pumpkin stripes I mixed a drop of black nail polish with 4 orange drops and used a brush to draw the stripes. I placed the silver polish to make it look as though the pumpkins are looking at one another, but it is pretty subtle.



I love the gold band on this bottle!