Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Walgreens Sinful Colors haul

I've really been slacking when it comes to sharing my nail polish hauls with you guys. Which considering I can do it all from my phone now in just a matter of minutes means I'm just being lazy :P

Anyway Sinful Colors is on sale at Walgreens this week for 99 cents a bottle. I had mixed hopes going in because my store never seems to have the summer colors I want but at the same time I was hoping they had the fall colors. Well they had about half of the fall collection aka none of the ones I wanted. Of course. I'm going to keep my fingers crossed that maybe they'll have them next month or next 99 cent sale. But I'm not going to count on it. 

I HAD to get one of the fall colors so I decided to finally pick up Mint Apple even though it's a rerelease so I'll just pretend it counts. 

I did score the last bottle of Fierce Fiesta but I'm so disappointed they didn't have any of the other summer glitters. I have so many polishes now that I only spend money on polish if it truly is unique to my collection so I was really hoping for more of the glitters. Oh well.

Lastly I bought Pink Ansen and I'm ashamed to say I only bought it because I've been dying to see how it compares to Pinky Glitter. I've been seeing a bunch of Pink Ansen comparisons but no one has seemed to compare it to Pinky Glitter! Crazy bloggers!! These two polishes are obviously very different when you see them in real life but I'll never forget seeing Pink Ansen swatches for the first time and thought it was Pinky Glitter.

So anyway I had to compare these two. In the picture above Pinky Glitter is on the left and Pink Ansen is on the right. Even in the bottle these are obviously different.

Above Pink Ansen is on the left and Pinky Glitter is on the right. Pinky Glitter has far more of a pink sheen and truth be told Pink Ansen looks to me like Pinky Glitter thinned down with holo bar glitter added to it. These are both pretty in their own right.

So even though I walked away with just three polishes and I didn't get what I really wanted, for $3.12 it wasn't a bad deal. 

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