Tuesday, March 10, 2015

SinfulColors Prized Plume

Prized Plume by SinfulColors

SinfulColors Prized Plume

Prized Plume by SinfulColors

Prized Plume by SinfulColors

Prized Plume by SinfulColors

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulColors Prized Plume*
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

Prized Plume is a funny bird. So, I definitely wore it over Savage in a layering last week, and it's blue side came out to play. But today, I'm wearing it all by it's lonesome, and Prized Plume is definitely leaning more towards teal. SinfulColors calls it an "iridescent peacock-feather blue." The shimmer inside this is definitely bright cornflower blue. Pack that into a teal leaning peacock blue jelly, and voila... you've got Prized Plume!

Formula-wise, Prized Plume is sheer, but not super sheer. The iridescent shimmer really helps the coats build up nicely. I could see two coats being enough for some. I opted for three, even after wrapping my tips on the 2nd coat. You could definitely wear this polish on its own, but I think it's better for layering. I'm hoping to do another mani with this polish tonight, one that also includes the other SinfulColors Opalescent Trend Toppers Flight To See and Sheer Flight. (Fingers crossed it turns out how I'm picturing it in my head!)  

Prized Plume is part of SinfulColors Spring Fever Flight Patterns 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, Horizon Shine, Innocent, Let's Meet, Let's Talk, Nail Junkie, Navy I Do, Petal Be The Day, 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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