Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Doesn't Everyone Want A Happy Ending? Sinful Colors Can Help!

As much as I hate to admit it, I love fairy tales. I love the idea of finding your handsome prince and living happily ever after. Life doesn't always cooperate with that, but Sinful Colors has at least finally given me my Happy Ending. It's a bright beautiful green with warm golden shimmer inside. I'm not exactly sure that this color works with my skin tone, but it was fun to work with!

Happy Ending applied beautifully, although it was fairly sheer. Because of the sheerness, it doesn't work all that well for stamping or for nail art. Unfortunately, it looks like a green tint for those purposes. Hmm... this makes me want to try layering it over other colors...

Now, I have to be honest for a few moments. The idea of happily ever after isn't exactly what everyone thinks of when they hear the phrase Happy Ending. In fact, when I told my friend Din about this, it sparked a conversation about what color a happy ending would be, and why they chose this particular shade of green to name Happy Ending. We even decided that if someone's happy ending was this particular shade of green, they might want to see a doctor about it.

What can I say, we're a bit twisted. :D

This polish is one of the bottles I got in my birthday haul, back in August when Sinful Colors polishes were $1 each. That was such a happy shopping spree! That means this bottle of polish (along with several others) has been sitting in my untrieds box since early August. And to think, when I started I only had a handful of polishes! This hobby reminds me very much of Pokémon- I very much feel like I gotta catch 'em all! Ah well...

So overall, I'm not sure this is a polish I'd want to wear again, or one that I think is flattering with my skin tone. It's a beautiful green, though, for people who love greens.

What's your opinion on green polishes? Do you love green, or think it's a color best left to plant life? Tell me about it in the comments!

Bottle image taken from the Sinful Colors website.