Thursday, November 20, 2014

SinfulColors Holiday 2014 Collection Details

Get Ready to be Holi-dazzled 

SinfulColors Holiday 2014 

We're not just dreaming of a snow white Christmas - it includes a dash of silver, purple, green, a mélange of gorgeous blues, hints of gold and stunning glitter. These must-have holiday hues from SinfulColors are perfect stocking stuffers and are a sure-fire way to up your mistletoe appeal. Dreamy shades and illuminating textures mean there's something for everyone on the list this season. Hot metallics, flakes of dazzling glitter, sea shades swashed with silver, gushes of gold, opalescent twists in red and green and the most coveted shades of blue-from cerulean to indigo to cobalt. Add to the list a powerful purple, the snowiest white and the perfect reds which all create a collection designed to boost your holiday spirit. Make your holiday wishes come true with these 22 radiant shades from SinfulColors for Holiday 2014: 


Gilded: A transparent shimmer with gold & red 

Ice Dream: Cerulean glitter with a translucent silver base 

Let's Talk: Royal purple Out of this World: Perfect silver with swirls of glimmer 

Pine Away: Metallic glittering tree green Red Eye: Metallic holiday red Snow Me White: The snowiest white Sugar Sugar: A candy cane, red-hot red 


All About You: A sheer shade glimmering with gold Cinderella: An illuminating pastel blue Endless Blue: A deep wave of cobalt Gold Medal: The perfect metallic gold 

Hottie: Clear azure blue twinkling with silver 

Ice Blue: Soft indigo exploding with silver sparkle 

Midnight Blue: The deepest blue indulgence 


Decadent: Dazzling red metallic flakes 

Galax-Sea: Magical green flakes Holiday Rebel: Green & red flakes laced with black 

Twilight Twinkles: Brilliant flakes of gold 

Unwrap Me: Decorative black & red flakes 


Bring It Sheer: Sheer icy green shimmer                                     

Outta Space: Sheer red shimmer 

PRICE/AVAILABILITY: $1.99 each exclusively at Walgreens for Holiday 2014 

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