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SinfulColors Writing on the Wall over Lavender

SinfulColors Writing on the Wall & Lavender

SinfulColors Writing on the Wall over Lavender

SinfulColors Writing on the Wall Review

SinfulColors Writing on the Wall over Lavender

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats SinfulColors Lavender
3 Coats SinfulColors Writing on the Wall*
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

What's black, not white, and red all over? Writing on the Wall! I described this as the red counterpart to Paste-ered, both part of SinfulColors Street Fusion Collection. While that's somewhat correct, I definitely see more of a tomatoey-red pinkish coral sort of color. I like it better on my nails than in the bottle, and sometimes that's not the case when it comes to glitter polishes! So yay for that!!!

Application was honestly identical to Paste-ered. Good glitter payoff, but I definitely needed 3 coats for the coverage I wanted. I did try to keep my coats fairly thin, letting some excess base coat drip back into the bottle before applying. That always helps when layering polishes, so you don't get those weird globs at the side of your nails where polish just loves to pool!

Writing on the Wall is part of SinfulColors Street Fusion Collection. You can find it on display at Walgreens and other mass retailers for $1.99 a bottle! The full Street Fusion Collection also contains 24/7, Baila Baila, Black on Black, Boom Boom, Cherry Blossom, Cinderella, Color Tag, Copper Pot, Courtney Orange, Curry UpDaredevil, Dream On, Endless Blue, Fierce Fiesta, Fuji FijiGoGo Girl, Hottie, Island Coral, Keira Blue, Lavender, Let's Meet, Love Nails, Mamasita, Maroon FineMint Apple, Otaku Anime, Paste-ered, Pink Ansen, Sky Tree, Skylark, Snow Me White, Sugar Sugar, and Why Not. Follow SinfulColors on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter!  

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

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