Sinful Colors Eva So Bright with gold stripes
I’ve noticed that a there’s been quite a bit of traffic to this blog coming from people who searched for Sinful Colors Eva So Bright. It’s definitely an appropriate color for the summer, so I can understand the interest. Because of being inspired by my readers, I’ve decided to post these pictures I have of the last time I wore Eva So Bright. The quality of the pictures isn’t ideal, which is part of why I hadn’t posted them prior to this. A lot of them have a misty quality to them. Hopefully you’ll still get a good idea about Eva So Bright, which is a limited edition offering from Sinful Colors.
|Sinful Colors Eva So Bright with NOPI Not a Gold Bigger stripes, shade|
I wore Eva So Bright a while ago, when I got a craving for a bright, happy coral. I decided to add some decorative stripes to Eva So Bright using Nicole by OPI Not a Gold Bigger with a striping brush. I really like the overall look of the mani. It’s bright and fun, with a bit of added sophistication.
How does Eva So Bright compare to the classic color, OPI Cajun Shrimp? Judge for yourself, plus check out a bonus mani, after the jump!
From left, OPI Cajun Shrimp, Sinful Colors Eva So Bright and OPI Strawberry Margarita, sun
Here’s a comparison between Sinful Colors Eva So Bright and two of OPI’s best known polishes: Strawberry Margarita and Cajun Shrimp. As you can see, it’s a bit pinker than Cajun Shrimp but much more orange than Strawberry Margarita. Here’s the same nail wheel, but in the shade.The differences between Cajun Shrimp and Eva So Bright are harder to spot in this lighting.
From left, OPI Cajun Shrimp, Sinful Colors Eva So Bright and OPI Strawberry Margarita, shade
Doing the comparison on the nail wheel inspired me to do a combination ombre/skittle mani with similar colors later on.
Finally, here's one last picture of my original Eva So Bright mani in the sun.
|Sinful Colors Eva So Bright with gold stripes|