Since its very first appearance last winter, this nail polish has been much sought after. Sinful Colors is a brand I stand by, it is super affordable and they produce some amazing polish to boot. Over the years, they have come out with some great ones and this elegant beauty is one of at the top of the top! They’ve finally brought it back into stores and it’s now a part of their permanent Sinful Shine range! Now anyone and everyone can grab this without the fear of it being limited edition. I know last year there were many that couldn’t find this gem in their stores!
This glamorous neutral is a must for the coming season, one of my fall staples for sure. Prosecco is a greige shade with a touch of taupey brown loaded with gold glass fleck shimmer. I want to call this a whipped latte shade! The formula was nice, average I would say. I needed 2 coats to cover my nail.
Prosecco- 2 coats, no top coat
Are there any polishes that could be dupes? I have a polish that is similar. I have had Zoya Jules for ages. Probably 3 years, it was actually one of the first polishes I tried from the brand. It’s still one of my very favorites. Jules was released back in 2011, part of their spring “Intimate Collection.” That polish wowed me and that was the beginning of my love for Zoya.
How does Jules compare to Prosecco? They are extremely similar. The major difference between the two is the difference in bases. Jules has a soft metallic champagne base. Prosecco‘s base is more grayed out and is a creme. From the start you notice how strong the gold in Jules is. The shimmer in Jules is more fine and dense. The shimmer in Prosecco looks more glass-like. These aren’t exact dupes but they’re very similar. To the point where if you have one, you really don’t need the other. I think Jules would look better on warm skin tones.
I&R: Prosecco, M&P: Jules
(L-R) Prosecco, Jules
At the time of its release, everyone was going crazy about it. I went out to my local drugstores and managed to snatch it up. I was actually planning to do a review on it and a few others I grabbed from the display but I never did end up doing it. Those winter months are really hectic, you know! I’m happy I managed to hunt it down and try it. Now that it’s back, I’m happy that others can try it too!
You can find this anywhere Sinful Colors is sold. The brand took out its Sinful Shine collection from store a while back and now it has returned, reformulated and with new colors! They’re sold for $2.99 each. For that price, everyone should give Prosecco a try! They’re a dollar more expensive than their normal line but they promise to have a shinier finish and longer-lasting power. For more durability, pair your polish with their new Sinful Shine top coat from this line, also $2.99.
They currently have a bunch of new collections out too for you to check out and many more on the way. I’ve got you covered when it comes to Sinful Colors! I have many new posts on the way! For now, check out my recent review of the Truly Madly Sparkly Collection or the past late-summer release, Chalkboard Diaries.