Sinful Colors Kustom Fit
I did give you fair warning yesterday that I would more than likely be wearing Sinful Colors again today as I had such a hard time deciding between a couple of the new polishes I just purchased. I thoroughly enjoyed wearing Krop Top from yesterday and was ready to play with Kustom Fit today. I don't know about you guys but I am finding these polish names a bit ridiculous. The Kylie Jenner line is definitely playful but way too many K's in the names. I can't be the only one who feels this way! I do however love this color! It's a vibrant cerulean blue that just about sings. The formula was identical to Krop Top. Easy to apply with a smooth consistency. You can feel the glitter load on the brush as you are paining with it but it does not hinder your application one bit. The opacity was great as well and only needed two coats for coverage.
Even if you get close enough to rub your nose on it Kustom Fit is a beauty. The texture was once again one that did not irritate me because it's not very rough. Aesthetically pleasing in every way. I was feeling pretty good that the first two I tried from the Denim and Bling collection were awesome! You know I still have six more polishes to go! I wanted to check out the glossy look for this one as well.
Do not ask me to pick between the textured or glossy Kustom Fit because I'll tell you both look incredible. I thoroughly enjoyed wearing it. Removal was not an issue for either polish just your typical glitter, so it takes a minute and a touch of patience. I was debating what I wanted to wear next as I was removing it when I realized that my nails were still blue.... Seriously?? Ugh! OK so they had a slightly blue tint and it's not the end of the world but I was still not loving any part of that. I did not skip the base coat in case you are wondering. I'm thinking a second layer of base may be a good plan when you wear this one. Would I have skipped this polish if I knew it stained? No I would not, but I would have taken a few more precautions wearing it; like a second layer of base coat underneath the polish. The staining is now very faint because I did give it a good soak in acetone then had to get out my Barrier Butter and lather up before continuing with my next manicure to fix the harsh acetone effects. To be honest it did not even occur to me that this may stain my nails because while blues are notorious for doing just that, the usual culprits are typically on the darker side. I learned a lesson as well here. Since my nails are never naked no one will ever know, unless I tell. Our secret ok? I still love the way this polish looks and I do not have many textured blues in my collection. I will not discourage you from buying it but now you are a bit more knowledgeable then I was and can double up on the base coat before wearing.