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SinfulColors Sweet Nothing

When I said "no more coral and blue..." that didn't apply to teal, right? Phew. Didn't think so...

Sweet Nothing by SinfulColors

SinfulColors Sweet Nothing

SinfulColors Sweet Nothing

SinfulColors Sweet Nothing

Sweet Nothing by SinfulColors

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulColors Sweet Nothing
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

Sweet Nothing is one of those polishes my Cybershot just can't seem to photograph correctly. It's teal, I promise! I'm not sure how, but the shutter of my camera ate alllllll the yellow required to properly view this shade.

This manicure is totally one of those lemme pick a random bottle, paint my nails realquicklike, and go to bed. Yep. Three easy coats and off to marshmallowland. I just needed to plug in my phone, and... oops... forgot to pull out the plug in the Otterbox. No problem! I'll just use the end of my glasses, and... there goes the right thumb. It's okay, I'll just de-blanket and fix it... ooof... there went left middle.

Sigh.

So, I removed the polish from those two nails and started over. Ridge Filler, Sweet Nothing, Sweet Nothing, Sweet Nothing, Clear, and Seche. Back in bed, plug in phone... sleeeeeeeep.

Color Correction Sinful Colors Sweet Nothing

Here's my attempt at a color-correct. It's still a little off, but it's as close as I can manage. If you own Bright Pool from Gap... it's almost identical to that, minus the pretty purple shimmer. If you don't own it and want to re-create that look, I'm pretty sure you could top Sweet Nothing with Pink-Grapefruit from Sally Hansen, or NYC Sweet Candy.

Not sure if I'll be sporting Sweet Nothing again tomorrow, or if I'll change my polish after PLL. Decisions, decisions... (...and talk about first world problems!)

-S

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