Trying SinfulColors Hypnotic Transforming Top Coat

Wednesday, January 03, 2018
SinfulColors Hypnotic Transforming Top Coat

Hello! So am pretty excited about todays post! Its a new mani and a new video. I got a SinfulColors Hypnotic Top Coat for Christmas so I thought I would not only share a mani using it but also show you how I did it, which is what todays Youtube video is for! So lets go!


SinfulColors Hypnotic Transforming Top Coat

As I am guess y'all can tell, the index and pinkie nails are the ones that I did with the magical polish! I will be the first to say I was really hesitant about these polishes. Most of these types of polishes that claim to do something aren't all that, or don't work, or are used once and forgotten about. That being said that is NOT the case with this. I have had SO much fun playing with it, and am already dreaming up new ideas because it was so fun!

SinfulColors Hypnotic Transforming Top Coat

Here you can tell that I mixed it with white and gold. Now on my non marbly nails I used white and then gold. The gold is Serendipity Nail Polish Glitzy Gold Champagne. The white is White Out by Pretty Beautiful Unlimited. Such a great white by the way!

SinfulColors Hypnotic Transforming Top Coat

I'm not really sure why I did a heart. I'm in that "uhhhh Christmas is over?" fog where I still want to do Christmas nails but also know I have to move on. It will be here again! Haha! Even tho that is the case I have SO many fun ideas for upcoming posts and its just exciting! I think 2018 will have much better content and that excited me! Hope you all enjoy this video! Check out how to use the polish below! Its funky and seems a bit intimidating but I'm SOO glad I gave it a go. It was fun and now I just want to play with it. Ha!

SinfulColors Hypnotic Transforming Top Coat



Also if putting polish on something other than your nail intimidates you, you aren't alone! That me! However I got over it and it came out. Also in case you are wondering.... I actually think there is less polish waste in this method than the water marble way. Granted its not the same look but still. I think its fun! Plus super neat to see come together.  Below is kind of a list of how I do it all.

1. Pick out my Polishes

2. Find a surface I can drip polish on that you can also tilt and move its position. I used a clean whipped topping lid. ( We recycle so that piece I just took to my nail area)

3. Open all polishes and start dropping the polish on top of each other.

4. Repeat until you think you have enough.

5. Once you have enough tilt the lid around to mix the polishes and have the layers mix. The special polish will start to create little cells.

6. Continue to do that until you are happy with how it looks. Also take in account into the size of your nail you want to apply it on. 

7. Let dry. I let mine dry for about 24 hours. I did it one night and put it on the next night.

8. Before you apply it put on a sticky base coat, and get ready to apply your decal while the base is tacky.

9. Once its dry carefully peel it off your lid with tweezers.

10. Push on to nail, trim off the excess and smooth out the edges. I find using a clean up brush with some remover on it helps soften the edges and the tip to make it a smoother mani.

11. Top coat and you are done!


Well guys that is it for today! I hope you all liked this blog post. I really enjoyed playing with this polish and coming up with different variations. Do you guys want to see more color combos?! Let me know your thoughts below! Also I want to say a HUGE thank you to Kerry of the Painted Fingertips for all of the tips. She's the queen of drippy marbles. This one is actually what one would consider "fluid" I think, but her tips/knowledge was SO helpful!

Happy Painting!

~25 Sweetpeas

15 comments:

  1. That is a very pretty manicure!

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  2. I just love the overall look of the top coat!

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  3. This is just so interesting. It looks a lot like a water marble but not as messy.

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  4. I love this - while it looks like a water marble, it appears it’s distinct from a water marble and I think I like it better!!!!

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  5. Such a cool effect! I love what you did with them. I haven't picked up any of these, but now I'm intrigued!

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  6. WHAT IS THIS MAGIC?! I haven't bought from Sinful in forever but this is SO worth the purchase. This looks amazing!

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  7. I have played with these a few times and love them! Such a beautiful unique look!

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  8. I am intrigued by this! I don't buy a whole lot of polish anymore, but I'd buy something that gives me a new kind of look like this.

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  9. Wow, those marbled nails are amazing!

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  10. I love the marbling on the pinky and index finger!

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  11. This is a cool design! I am in that "it's not Christmas, now what to put on my nails?" stage. I opted to join a weekly challenge to help give me ideas!

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  12. It looks SO cool! I wish I had all day to play with mine!

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  13. Beautiful mani. It took me sometime to find a technique that worked for me but these are lots of fun.

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  14. I love that effect on your index & pinky! I thought it was water marble

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