This first polish is Sinful's Nirvana. It's a nice mushroom brown, just the right mix between chocolate brown and gray to fit with the trend. I didn't have any issues with application- this is three coats.
Sinful's Vacation Time is a surprisingly pretty dusty cherry brown. In the bottle i wasn't really impressed or wow'ed by the color, but on the nail i thought it was really flattering! I definitely lean towards dusty or muted colors more than brights, so for me this was a great way to have a "fun" muted color. This is two coats, which is pretty rare for a Sinful polish.
Oh Unicorn, i thought we would get a long so much better than we did. Holy stain city with this color! I actually did a full manicure with this as the base (Audrey's Spring Fling), and when i took off this polish i was disgusted. It left nasty dark yellow stains on my nails, and was a pain to remove. Not to mention the four thick, gloopy coats it took to try to even it out, and even then there were still bald spots. Oy Vey! Definitely a polish that i'll probably only reach for when i'm stamping or doing dots. To give you an idea of how bad the staining was, i did the Spring Fling manicure March 28th, and my nails still aren't back to the normal color. blech.
Let's Meet is the nicer, less awful, prettier sister of Unicorn. A gorgeous golden lemon yellow jam packed with pretty gold shimmer, and easy to apply. Since i only swatched it i can't say if it will stain or not, but it doesn't really matter anyway because this color is a bit too sheer for me to wear alone. This is four coats and there is still a ton of VNL. I'm not super picky about a little VNL here and there, but i prefer it to come in the form of sheer pinks or more natural colors.
Show Me The Way is a medium olive green that is accented by a pretty golden green shimmer that makes it sparkle and glow like crazy on the nail. It's on the sheer side though- this is four coats. I'll definitely be keeping it around for layering over other greens.
Overall if you don't mind layering or some VNL, you can't beat the price of Sinful polishes. At just $1.99, you get a nice color, workable brush, and now and then a real gem of a polish. I'll post part two with five other Sinful Colors tomorrow!