I did read online, though, that the Elle line of nail polishes was developed by Estée Lauder's BeautyBank division. Estée Lauder has resumed animal testing if what I read online is correct. So, for those of you who only want to purchase cruelty-free products, you may want to avoid buying these polishes. They are Big-Three Free, and they are available online on Kohl's website.
Then last Sunday I saw in the paper that Walgreens had the Sinful Colors polishes on sale for $.99 (down from the regular $1.99). I had been waiting for them to go on sale. I got Nail Junkie, Kissie, Irish Green, Call You Later, and Glass Pink.
Six new polishes last weekend, and just $5 plus tax. Yay!
I liked the Elle polish so much that I used it for my manicure the next day. I have a review of the polish and comparisons to similar polishes I own here.
|This is a photo of the side of the Elle bottle of Imperial Purple.|
|Another side shot showing the second prominent color that this duochrome flashes.|
|Sinful Colors Call You Later|
|Sinful Colors Glassy Pink|
|Sinful Colors Kissy|
|Sinful Colors Irish Green. THIS IS *NOT* COLOR-ACCURATE. The picture below of the bottom of the bottle is more color-accurate. This is a very vivid neon-like green.|
|Sinful Colors Nail Junkie|
|Look at the duochrome on Imperial Purple!|
|Imperial Purple is so beautiful!|
|Here is the more color-accurate picture of Irish Green.|
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