I picked up In the Limelight & Alfresco.
Sinful Shine In the Limelight. I picked this up because I thought it would be a close dupe to Zoya's Josie. In the Limelight is not a lime green at all it's more of a dusty grass green. It's more of a subdued green. It's very wearable and not a "in your face" sort of green.
I added some flower stamping from BM321.
I thought white flowers would look good but these were too large. This looks more like a St. Patrick's day manicure than a spring manicure.
Sinful Shine Alfresco. This is a periwinkle cream. This color is also slightly dusty and subdued but my camera is picking it up as more vibrant than it is. I've always been looking for a true periwinkle cream with a good formula. The closest I have is Essie's Lapis of Luxury but its formula is thin, streaky and slow drying.
I layered it with Sephora Chaotic (Connect the Dots dupe).
Final Thoughts & Availability?
I purchased the Sinful Colors Sinful Shine polishes from Walgreens for $2.99. These are available at select Walgreens but not at all locations (call ahead for availability). I'm not sure if these a limited edition or will be a part of the permanent display. I will be sad if they are limited edition.
Overall, the formula on these were thick and creamy and applied wonderfully. In fact, the formula is a little too thick so you have to work to apply thinner coats. These dried super glossy and did not require a top coat. Also, they say with "gel tech" but these do not require any type of lamp to cure.
In sum, buy the whole display.
I took a touristy boat tour around the bay.
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