SinfulColors Flight to See The Daily VarnishI’m kicking myself for waiting so long to try this polish.

Flight to See was part of SinfulColors 2015 Catch Spring Fever collection. It was billed as an opalescent trend topper that when used on top of another polish make for a decorative and decadent take on classic shades.

SinfulColors describes Flight to See as prismatic plum. The first time I used this polish I used it on its own. After 3 coats I was happy with the opacity of the polish and my manicure looked great. That being said, I wasn’t totally in love with the look.

The next time around I used this polish as intended; as a top coat. I started with 2 coats if JulieG Black Sheep then topped it with one coat of Flight to See. Y’all, the transformation was insane. I could not stop staring at my nails.

From the PR email that SinfulColors sent me they didn’t make it sound like this polish was LE. If you see this polish I would definitely pick it up.

Make sure to check out the swatches under the jump. I included a swatch of Flight to See on its own plus a couple swatches of it over black (including a stunning photo taken in direct sunlight!).


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  1. mistletoeandhitch says:

    I’m normally disappointed in toppers. But this one makes a whole new look! I’ll have to keep an eye unfortunately it. I’m looking forward to trying it over every based can think of…especially a few taupes I don’t really like. “Flight To See” just might turn them into something I love.

  2. Ari says:

    This one is beautiful!! I really hope it’s not limited edition, I have only looked in my Walmart but I have to check Walgreens still. Thanks for sharing this!

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