Today I have part 2 of the Sinful Colors Leather Luxe Collection to show you! (If you didn't see Part 1, you can see it here)
Again, Sinful Colors describes the polishes in this collection on their display as "matte shades with patent leather accents." So yes, the polishes do dry with a matte finish. The idea of this collection is to use the top coat displayed with this collection to do things like paint lines of varying length or other designs to create a "leather accented" look.
Today I will be swatching the polishes My Turn, Cold Leather, and Whipped from this collction.
Let's start with My Turn. My Turn is a dark heather grey color. The formula for this polish was good and easy to apply. Below is My Turn with its matte finish. I used two coats.
Below is a picture of My Turn with one coat of Seche Vite top coat.
Next up we have Cold Leather, a lovely navy blue color. Looking at the bottle, the polish looks like it's smack dab in between a royal blue and navy blue. However, on the actual nail, it definitely looks like a dark navy color. Anyway, the formula was nice and easy to apply. And good news: this was a ONE coater!! :) Shown below is Cold Leather with its matte finish.
The following picture is of Cold Leather with one coat of Seche Vite top coat.
Last but definitely not least is Whipped, a black-colored polish.The formula for this polish was good as well, and very easy to apply. This was also another ONE coater! Pictured below is Whipped with its signature matte finish.
The following picture is Whipped with one coat of Seche Vite top coat.
There's a lot of nice fall colors in this collection! And, except for Strapped (the grassy green polish I swatched in Part 1), all the polishes seemed to have good formulas! I'm excited to start trying some "leather accented" designs! :)
Until next time,