Sinful Colors Athens: Swatch and Review

Hello gentle readers.

Snow. In April. It's just a dusting but still, it is snow. In Spring. Yuk.

To cheer myself up, I am going to show you a pretty Spring polish. Sinful Colors Athens is a teal green creme; this polish is shiny and rich and a very flattering colour.

This swatch is two coats and top coat.

Sinful Colors Athens has a decent enough formula; it is thick but not gloopy but this polish needs to be handled with a bit of care. Athens is easy to control and will sit sweetly down where it is placed but the consistency is just weird enough that the wand and back of the brush must be cleaned off very well or the polish will gather and fall off in glops and plops. So, be careful. This polish, (if you scrape and clean well ;)) applies smoothly with no streaking or dragging or pooling. Dry time is pretty good and it doesn't bubble or get weird in any way.

Caution: This polish will stain. Be sure to use a good quality base coat, I would suggest two coats and when you are removing this polish, be sure to soak it for a few seconds with your remover then pull it straight off the ends of your nails. If you scrub this back and forth and get the diluted polish all over your skin, the pigment will grab and stain a bit. I was slightly teal-Smurfy after this swatch until I washed my hands a couple of times. A little care makes this lovely polish well worth the wearing.

Sinful Colors Athens is part of the Cast Away Collection for Spring, I bought mine at my local Walgreen's. If you are enamored of this pretty polish, you should be able to find it where Sinful is sold in your area.

Thank you so much for popping in and reading my natterings. Have yourselves a wonderful rest of your weekend and may your polish never bubble. <3


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