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SinfulShine Mirror, Mirror

The weather is getting chillier, and that means my nails are getting darker! Because, who doesn't think cold, Winter weather and rich, vampy polish shades were just meant to go together? Especially with a nice mug of steaming, hot coffee... YUM!

Mirror, Mirror by SinfulShine

SinfulShine Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror by SinfulShine

Mirror, Mirror by SinfulShine

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulShine Mirror, Mirror
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Essie Good to Go

I know that it's still officially more than a month away, but it feels like Winter came early this year. Our forecasted high tomorrow is 27... for the high! Guaranteed Sarah-cicle weather... BUT thanks to Mirror, Mirror... I'm feeling the chill just a little bit less. A warm scarf and riding boots don't hurt either! 

Mirror, Mirror is one of those shades of red that just feels right this time of year. I normally pass on shades like this, and then regret that decision when I'm in a crisp/salted caramel/cranberry-all-the-things kind of mood. Sooooooo, yay! This year, I'm a little bit ahead of the game. Woohoo!!!

SinfulShine polishes are great to work with, and this one was no exception. Three easy coats for the coverage you see in the photos! Mirror, Mirror does have a slightly jelly finish to it, which adds a nice amount of shine in addition to their already uber-shiny formula.

This is a really pretty shade, and I'm honestly torn between keeping it on and stamping it, or switching up my base coat and using Mirror, Mirror to stamp. Or maybe add some glitter? What to do... what to do?!?


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