Monday, August 20, 2018

The One With the Sinful Colors Abstract Looking Manicure

Good morning polished world!  How are you all doing on this fine Monday?  The weather held out this weekend so the annual family picnic at work went amazingly!  I woke up Saturday around 5am and heard rain, then looked at the radar and did not see a pretty picture.  After some prayers, I drifted back to sleep until 8am, and woke up to a little drizzle, that went away after an hour or so.  Then I got to work, walked around under the tents, and it was a complete miracle.  Despite the fact it rained all night long, the ground was dry.  No mud puddles, nothing.  Everything went perfectly and everyone had fun!  I'm so happy I have a month before we have to start planning for the next big event.

Anyways, today's manicure is an abstract one I did the other night when I was completely uninspired and not in the mood to paint at all.  I feel I never use my original know the first brand that got you into painting.  For me that was Sinful Colors.  I purchased pretty much every color when I started this blog because they were inexpensive and came in every color.  Every once and awhile I'll wander by a display and pick one or two up.  That's how this beauty became part of my collection.

Let's take a look!

Colors Used:
  • Sinful Colors - She's Gone Matte
Have I ever mentioned that this is one of my favorite shades ever created?  It's hard for me to walk by a display and not buy mints, blues, or teals.  I bought this one a while ago and I don't think I ever used it.  It had full coverage in two coats.  Now, it's supposed to be a matte polish, but it wasn't your typical matte when it dried.  Of course, I added a shiny top coat so this design doesn't show the matte at all.  Regardless, it wasn't a matte you'd expect like if you were to use a matte top coat.

What do you think?  Like this design?  Like the color?

Until next time, <3.

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