SinfulColors Summer 2017 collections

New Releases: SinfulColors (Summer 2017)

I’m always forgetting to post about SinfulColors collections, mostly because it’s hard for me to find new Sinful collections where I am (only the core collection is easily available). Come on, Sinful! You’ve got Revlon’s distribution behind you and I still can’t find your LE displays?!

Anyway, I’m posting summer and fall collections in two batches. This post contains the Summer 2017 collections. Obviously, this is late—and these collections have already disappeared from the SinfulColors website!—but you may still be able to find the displays and collections near you.

The Trend 80’s Flashback: Color Eccentric

This collection consists of 7 limited edition nail colors: 7 intense neons and 1 white that is meant for a neon undercoat:

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New Release: SinfulColors — #PRIDE (Summer 2016)

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Collection: SinfulColors Summer 2016, #PRIDE

And, finally, this weekend’s string of SinfulColors releases ends with their summer #PRIDE collection.

SinfulColors made a $15,000 donation to The Trevor Project in association with this collection, regardless of purchases. The Trevor Project is “[a] A national 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for gay and questioning youth”—a very worthy cause!

The collection consists of seven new shades and a repromote:

  • Bye Felicia! (bad a** banana yellow [their asterisks, not mine!])
  • Call Me Violetta (vibrant violet)
  • Envious (sweet green)
  • Gogo Boy (baby blue)
  • Love Thy Self (lavender)
  • Resilient (strong crimson)
  • Sugar Pumpkin (gourd-geous bright orange)
  • Pride (Repromote; a glitter bomb of color)

SinfulColors Summer 2016 collection #PRIDE

I’m sad that I rarely get to see SinfulColors collections in my area—it’s part of the reason the brand flies a little under my radar all the time. Maybe I need to send out some requests to local drugstores!

Happy shopping!

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SinfulColors Nail Color, 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 Revlon in 2011.