Sinful Colors A Class Act nail polishes comparison post

Press Sample buttonHappy Tuesday everyone! I haven’t had a Tuesday post in quite sometime…doing posts 5-7 days a week was just becoming a little wearing. I received the partial A Class Act nail polish collection from SinfulColors (which will be on the blog on Thursday), and wanted to compare some of the shades to older SinfulColors polishes I already own. Let’s get to it!

Sinful Colors V.I.Peach compared to Sinful Colors Unicorn | Be Happy And Buy Polish

V.I.Peach compared to Unicorn: I own so few yellow polishes in my collection, Unicorn is the only yellow SinfulColors polish I own. As you can see, no dupes here – Unicorn is fairly sheer even at 3 coats here to V.I.Peach’s 2 coats.

Sinful Colors Pink Break compared to Sinful Colors Starfish, Heartfelt | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Pink Break compared to Starfish and Heartfelt: Starfish (2 coats) is much dustier compared to Pink Break, though Heartfelt (2 coats) is fairly close – maybe a smudge brighter. I would feel comfortable calling Pink Break a dupe to Heartfelt.

Sinful Colors Chalk It Up compared to Sinful Colors Just a Pinch, Song of Summer, Pistache | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Chalk It Up compared to Just a Pinch, Song of Summer, and Pistache: obviously Just a Pinch (2 coats) is out – it is very much a yellow-toned green. Song of Summer is also out – it is more green. Pistache is close but much brighter than Chalk It Up. I would not feel comfortable calling any of these a dupe.

Sinful Colors Truth or Lavendare compared to Sinful Colors Beverly Hills, Tempest | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Truth or Lavendare compared to Beverly Hills and Tempest: clearly, there are no dupes here. I don’t have anything similar to Truth or Lavendare in my Sinful collection.

Sinful Colors RADient compared to Sinful Colors Cha Cha Red, Feeling Great | Be Happy And Buy Polish

RADient compared to Cha Cha Red and Feeling Great: both of these are fairly close to RADient. RADient is a touch brighter than Cha Cha Red, not as deep as Feeling Great. I think that Cha Cha Red is the closer of the two.

Sinful Colors Hazed compared to Sinful Colors Fig, Mythical | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Hazed compared to Fig and Mythical: Obviously Fig (2 coats) is out because it’s a much more purply purple with a shimmer. Mythical (2 coats) is very close, I would think if you haven’t been able to find Mythical, Hazed would be a good alternative for you.

Sinful Colors Summer S-Cool compared to Sinful Colors Teal the End | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Summer S-Cool to Teal the End: I don’t have many of these strange teal-blue/teal-green nail polishes. I know these aren’t dupes at all, but I wanted to show the difference between the two anyway.

I’m still missing Burst of Fresh Flair and Rebel Rose from the A Class Act collection, so if/when I find those and I have dupes, I’ll be sure to update this post! Don’t forget that in 2 days, I’ll post my review of the SinfulColors A Class Act nail polish collection.

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