Fourth of July Nail Art Featuring SinfulColors

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Well kids. It's that time again. Time for my annual Fourth of July Nail Art Fiasco. That time when I take perfectly lovely red, white and blue polishes... Possibly a glitter or two and abuse them terribly in my attempt to celebrate Independence Day on my nails. 

This year's victims are SinfulColors polishes from their Having a Blast Collection. I received these in the mail and decided to use them for a nail art feature, since there are swatches a - plenty to be had. 



The polishes used in today's attempts are:
  • Hot Spot: A navy shimmer crelly.  
  • Ruby Ruby: Classic red shimmer crelly. 
  • Out of This World: Semi sheer silver foil with a bluish shift.  
  • Snow Me White: Crisp white creme. 
  • Star Blast Off: Red, white and blue tiny, medium hex and large star mix in a clear-ish base. I don't know if it was tinted pink on purpose or if the red glitter bled and tinted the clear base. Either way, the tint is a bummer, when applied over white. 
As far as I know, these polishes are repromotes. 



This is nail art look number one. 


And number two. 

As usual, I just can't get it right. But doing so would break the tradition and we can't have that now, can we? 

SinfulColors polishes are $1.99 each and are available at SinfulColors website, Walgreen's, WalMart and other retailers that carry the line. 

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I hope that you all of my fellow Americans have a fun, happy and safe Fourth of July. Don't forget the sunscreen and please, please remember; pets are afraid of fireworks! For their safety and happiness, make sure that they are securely indoors for the shows. They will thank you. 

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19 comments

  1. I was just thinking I need to my nails and my daughters. She'd definitely love the stars with a little sparkle.

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  2. Allison @neversaydiebeautyJuly 3, 2015 at 8:36 AM

    Wow, lots of fun Americana going on there! I feel bad coz I just had my nails done and they are Barbie pink. What was I thinking!

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  3. What a spectacular manis! Happy 4th of July! Your nails are clearly ready for the holiday weekend!

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  4. Fabulous manicure. I think these polishes are amazing. I'm wearing RubyRuby and Hot Spot right now!!

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  5. Bailey_AlltheWordsJuly 3, 2015 at 2:48 PM

    I love your nail art creations! Te glitter topper is too cute.

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  6. Love love love! This makes me wish I was celebrating!

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  7. This is too cute, I wanted to do something fun but my poor cuticles. I shouldn't have went to see Jurassic World :)

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  8. I think it looks great! I don't even attempt to do nail art, even my stick figures are ugly lol I always say, thank goodness I can blend my eyeshadows better than I can draw, otherwise I'd be trouble haha

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  9. This is such a gorgeous, patriotic collection! <3

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  10. Love these designs, especially the stars!! So cute without being childish!

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  11. These turned out great! It's been so hot here that I can't even muster up the energy to paint my nails so I'm enjoying seeing everyone else's holiday manis.

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  12. You crack me up!! I like all the nails!! I also used this glitter and the white and silver. I didn't use this glitter on the white, but I sponged it on the silver... so I think I avoided the red tint...we'll see in the morning light I guess!

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  13. I was looking for the bottle with the stars today. I'm glad I didn't find it with it's quirkyness. I love you're dotticure.

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  14. I wish I had found Blast off! It's so cute. I love both looks, but the first is my fave. They're both fun, and you're silly.

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  15. This is such a fun mani girl... I love it. My fave is the 2nd... because I love all the dots... but they are both fun

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  16. Lisa Marie HeathJuly 4, 2015 at 5:22 PM

    What fun 4th of July manis!

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