Sinful Colors Luxe Fragments: Walk the Walk, Tear It Up, Couture For Sure swatches + review

Purchased by Me buttonHappy Friday, awesome readers! Today I have three Sinful Colors nail polishes to show you: Walk the Walk, Tear It Up, and Couture For Sure from the Luxe Fragments line. Read on to see what I thought of each of them.

Sinful Colors Walk the Walk Luxe Fragments | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sinful Colors Walk the Walk Luxe Fragments macro | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Walk the Walk is a red-pink nail polish with glitters and shards of red plus gold shimmer. Formula wasn’t too sheer, I had good coverage in 2 coats. It does dry matte. This is 2 coats and no top coat. 

Sinful Colors Tear It Up Luxe Fragments | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sinful Colors Tear It Up macro Luxe Fragments | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Tear It Up is a blue polish with shards and glitters of deeper blue. Formula was more sheer than Walk the Walk and jelly-ish; it is uneven in application. It does dry matte. This is 3 coats and no top coat. 

Sinful Colors Couture For Sure Luxe Fragments | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Sinful Colors Couture For Sure macro Luxe Fragments | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Couture for Sure is a royal purple with shards and glitters of violet plus gold shimmer. Formula wasn’t too sheer, it was a little gloopy in the bottle. Application was uneven in 2 coats. This is 3 coats and no top coat. 

I really liked how Couture For Sure looked but it was disappointing that the bottle was getting gloopy as I applied it. 😦 Did you pick up any from this line?

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4 thoughts on “Sinful Colors Luxe Fragments: Walk the Walk, Tear It Up, Couture For Sure swatches + review

  1. I keep slow-walking past these. They looked pretty sheer, but the finish is unique enough to get me interested. The swatches and descriptions really helped me make up my mind. They look awesome on you, but I’m thinking this collection isn’t my style.

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