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SinfulColors Horizon Shine

Horizon Shine by SinfulColors

SinfulColors Horizon Shine

Horizon Shine by SinfulColors

SinfulColors Horizon Shine

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulColors Horizon Shine*
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

I'll just start this off by saying that I need more polishes like this. In every color in the rainbow. And then, let's go back and pick lighter and darker hues in each color. I'm totally in favor of Citrus Twisting All. The. Things. Who's with me?

No, but, in all seriousness, have you seen these polishes? It's a jelly glitter sandwich... in a bottle. How could I not? SinfulColors describes Horizon Shine as a "high-shine crimson red." Soooooo shiny. It's a tomatoey-red, which I suprisingly like, considering my normal distaste for all things orange. I'm trying to work on that, as should be noted by the fact that I picked up Ring The Belini, the orange cousin of Horizon Shine. Zest of Times is also in my "to swatch" basket.

But back to Horizon Shine... It's a tomato-red jelly with pink and gold glitter flecks. So, not only is there shine from all that glitter, there's a lot of added depth that goes into making Horizon Shine such a fun, punchy red! The formula was great. It's a smidge thicker than the average SinfulColors polish with the added glitter, but that doesn't affect application in the slightest. The pigmentation on this is really great. I could've easily stopped at 2 coats, but it is me, and three coats is definitely becoming synonymous over here.   

Horizon Shine is part of SinfulColors Spring Fever Citrus Twist Collection. You can find it on display at Walgreens, Rite-Aid, and other mass retailers for $1.99 a bottle! The full Spring Fever Collection also contains Cloud 9, Cream Pink, Energetic Red, Feel The Vibe, Flight To See, Flower Power, Gold Medal, Innocent, Let's Meet, Let's Talk, Nail Junkie, Navy I Do, Petal Be The Day, Prized Plume, Ring The Belini, Sail La Vie, Savage, Sheer Flight, Standing Bloom Only, Tempest, Thimbleberry, Why Not, and Zest of Times. Follow SinfulColors on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!

*provided by PR for review. All thoughts, views, and opinions are my own.

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