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Sinful Colors Queen of Deco

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Hello! Tonight I have a pretty Sinful Colors to show you. It’s called Queen of Deco and it is a wonderful glitter top coat. I’ve only just seen it at Kmart so far, not in any of the Targets or Pricelines that stock Sinful Colors. Queen of Deco is part of the Diamond Lust Collection, which includes seven other glitter toppers. What caught my eye was the intense sparkle as well as the silver caps on the bottles instead of black.

Sinful Colors Queen of Deco over Ulta3 Spring Break by Dry, Dammit!

Sinful Colors Queen of Deco over Ulta3 Spring Break by Dry, Dammit!

Because it’s a glitter topper, I used two coats of Ulta3 Spring Break and then two coats of Queen of Deco. The clear base is full of micro purple and silver glitters and a few purple holographic diamond glitters that I had to fish for. In fact, I think I placed the diamond glitters on my other hand only because I actually wasn’t too keen on how sparse the diamonds looked.

Sinful Colors Queen of Deco over Ulta3 Spring Break by Dry, Dammit!

Sinful Colors Queen of Deco over Ulta3 Spring Break by Dry, Dammit!

Application was quite simple; I found the trick is to put down a normal coat and then dab on the second coat so you can guarantee getting some diamonds. This also dried smooth and not rough like I thought it might. For removal I used the foil method, but there were no major problems, I just did what I usually do.

DETAILS

  • Where to buy: Kmart
  • Cost: Kmart AU$4
  • Volume: 15ml
  • Coats to opacity: Clear topper, so use with an undie

So what do you think of Queen of Deco? Have tried any polishes from the Diamond Lust Collection? I also got Scene Stealer, which is similar to Queen of Deco but with red and gold glitter instead. Thanks for reading!

4 thoughts on “Sinful Colors Queen of Deco

  1. Oooh, purple and silver glitter! They may just have made this with me in mind πŸ˜‰ Looks fantastic, and I’m glad to hear it’s smooth and easy to remove, as you can never tell before they dry.

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