Last week I shared the first of the polishes from the Piñata Blast Collection, now here is the second of the three. For those who aren’t fond of bar glitter like that in Fierce Fiesta, here is Baila Baila.
Baila Baila has a very springy glitter mix. There are peach and true blue hexes with smaller micro lime green and white hexes, as well as tiny white pieces like in Fierce Fiesta. Baila Baila has a very garden-like look, probably due to the pastel green and peach tones. I decided to pair it with a bright yellow polish to compliment the spring look. This glitter is much softer and more delicate than the bold Fierce Fiesta. I had no trouble applying this and because there aren’t large glitter pieces, I didn’t need to fish around for the glitter. The clear base on this one is nice and easy. I was able to achieve great coverage with just one coat.
This polish reminds me a bit of the Formula X from Sephora glitter polishes, it’s just missing the large hex pieces. This is definitely worth the $1.99 a bottle! Quality and quantity! Whoooooo!
Baila Baila- 1 coat over Sally Hansen Sun Spots (review here)
This polish is a solid glitter topper. I would have liked it better if it had been released in the spring. The mix of matte glitters is unique, but it’s not a must have. It’s not something I will reach for every often. I feel like there are other polishes I would choose before this one. That’s just my thoughts though. Maybe you love these colors all together and find inspiration from it. I’d love to see your nail looks using Baila Baila!
Incase you haven’t heard of this brand, Sinful Colors is an inexpensive brand that produces quality products. Their polishes perform better than many more expensive, sometimes even high-end brands. I don’t think I’ve tried anything from Sinful Colors that’s terrible. This past year they have come out with some amazing glitter polishes, such as Love Sprinkles and Star Blast Off. Most of the time these glitters are limited edition, so if you see something you like, you had better get yourself to a store! Sinful Colors are available in most drugstores, including Walgreens, Rite Aid, Target and Walmart.
Check back soon for another post on the last polish of the limited edition Piñata Blast Collection! Have you seen the first post on Fierce Fiesta?