SinfulColors Nail Colour in Wonder Mint, swatch

Throwback Thursday! SinfulColors — Wonder Mint (Nail Colour)

Brand: SinfulColors

It’s been a while since I’ve done a Throwback Thursday post! I don’t know when Wonder Mint (1599) was first released, but the color code indicates that it’s from quite a while back, so I’m gonna say it qualifies.

The color is a little misnamed, in my opinion. It’s more of a robin’s egg blue than a mint green. Wonder Mint is like a brighter version of China Glaze For Audrey, and it’s bluer in sunlight, since warmer indoor light makes it look more green. The color is a pastel, but it’s just punchy enough to avoid a chalky appearance.

SinfulColors Nail Colour in Wonder Mint
SinfulColors Nail Colour in Wonder Mint

The formula is all right for a pastel cream: two coats gives full opacity. You may have to apply a bit more carefully than usual since the formula is a touch on the runny side. The polish dries to a nice, glossy finish.

I can’t say I wouldn’t recommend it, especially since SinfulColors polishes are so inexpensive! If you don’t have anything similar, this is a perfectly adequate option. After all, Easter is just around the corner, and nothing says Easter like a pastel cream!

SinfulColors Nail Colour in Wonder Mint, swatch
SinfulColors Nail Colour in Wonder Mint, swatch

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SinfulColors Nail Colour, 0.5 fl. oz. / 15 mL. MSRP US$1.99 / CA$2.99. They are made in the USA and are free of formaldehyde, toluene and dibutyl phthalate (DBP).

SinfulColors was founded in 1991. The company was acquired by New York, NY, USA-based Revlon in 2011, so they can no longer be considered cruelty-free.

🇺🇸Made in USA
🇺🇸Company based in USA

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8 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday! SinfulColors — Wonder Mint (Nail Colour)

  1. Haha when I read the first sentence, I somehow read it as Wonder Mint was released in 1599! 😄
    Yes, this registers more as blue than mint – this would make a great Easter mani, for sure!

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  2. I can see how this shade is kind of minty, but I agree with you – it’s more of a robin’s egg blue! Sometimes I think polish creators come up with a name that they want to use so badly that they just stick it on the first color that even vaguely matches it 😛

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