I'm just going to say it right now: I love this polish. I absolutely love it! It's a gorgeous minty blue with subtle silver shimmer. Application was a dream. I want to say this was three coats, though I probably could have gotten away with two. I originally was not going to wear this last week, but ended up putting it on after my Rimmel Violet Metal started chipping like crazy on the second day wearing it. I was not happy about that. Wear with Mint Apple was pretty decent. I think I got about four days out of it, but at that point there was only a little tipwear. Honestly, I was just ready for a change, haha.
Sunday, March 28
Oy. Excuse the lobster hands. It's the lighting, I swear!
Everyone is always comparing this polish to Essie's Mint Candy Apple, obviously because the names are so similar. Honestly? I prefer this one. I know they're two completely different colors, but this one just draws me in more. It's just more interesting, to me at least. And it's definitely cheaper, ha. And I also believe that this is part of Sinful's main line now, so it's also much more easily accessible. Don't get me wrong! Essie's Mint Candy Apple is super pretty. And it's a great winter color. I just didn't dig the formula. With Sinful's Mint Apple, the application was amazing.
So, what do you think? Have you had a chance to try this polish out yet? Are you even down with the whole mint trend that's been going on for the past few months?
Review: Sinful Colors Mint Apple.
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