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SinfulColors Launches Night of the Living Red for A Spooky Halloween

SinfulColors Launches Night of the Living Red for A Spooky Halloween

10.30.17

By Anahit Topchyan

Are you ready to sin with popping nail polish for a spooky Halloween this year? SinfulColors has the nail polish colors you want with their Night of the Living Red collection.

The set includes classic shades like black and orange for a classic Halloween. There are also multiple shades of red ranging from matte to glitter. There are glow in the dark options to create the best spooky nail art designs for Halloween night. Be quick to grab these limited edition shades because they’re only available until the end of October! Each shade is chip resistant with long-lasting color.

 

Spooky Halloween

Sinful Shades

 

Included in the Night of the Living Red Collection:

Limited Edition Colors:

If You Got It, Haunt It – a spooky mix of ghoulish glitter – purple, orange and flecks of iridescent green

Bite Me – a dark brick red shade with flecks of black glitter

Glow in the Dark – an eerie glowing top coat

Good to Ghost – boo-tiful ghost-shaped glitters in a glow-in-the-dark base

Witch Hazel Bohn – drop-dead cool skull-shaped glitters in a glow-in-the-dark base

Pumpkin Spice – this orange, red and gold glitter was so popular it’s back

Undead Red – a matte blood red shimmering shade

Core Shades:

Bitten – a bright red shade to sink your teeth into

Black on Black – classic black

Courtney Orange – a gord-geous orange shimmer

Devil’s Stare – iridescent flecks of fiery orange and gold in a sheer red base

Let’s Talk – a spellbinding bright purple metallic shade

The limited edition shades are here for a limited time for the holiday from SinfulColors, and is available on shelves and online at Amazon.com until the end of October for $1.99 a bottle.

What do you think of SkinfulColors Night of the Living Red for your spooky Halloween collection? Let us know in the comments below!

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[Photo Credit: SkinfulColors]

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