I managed to find both Nude (new shade) and Genteel (previously only available in Europe) at my local Rite Aid last week, so I'd love to share some swatches with you in case you were thinking about a purchase (don't wait too long to decide though, because these are going quickly).
Sinful Colors 1000 Nude and 578 Genteel
(retail: $1.99 each, 0.5 oz)
Let's start with the new shade, Nude:
Sinful Colors Nude
two coats, no top coat
Nude is, once again, one of those cremes that basically paints itself. It's so buttery and easy to work with--I love the formula and the opacity (it's a one-coater!). I pretty much always apply two coats though, so that's what you see above.
Dry time was right on par with other Sinful Colors cremes--not super fast but not terribly slow either. This shade reminds me of one of the shades in the L'Oreal New York Nudes collection (Broadway Boogie, to be exact) and I think it might also be similar to one of the nudes in the Revlon Naked Tips Neon Lips Collection.
Next up, Genteel (previous only available in Europe):
Hidden violet shimmer!
Sinful Colors Genteel
three coats, no top coat
This polish is sheer, but not streaky. I needed three coats for what you see above, but some of you could probably get away with two. The formula is a tiny bit thick but it's very easy to work with. Dry time wasn't the greatest due to the slightly thicker consistency and the fact that you need three coats, but it's wasn't terrible considering those two factors.
Have you purchased any polishes from the Buff to Bright collection? I'd love to hear your thoughts!
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