For me, I love stocking up on cheaper, drug-store polishes to use when doing simple designs or when I want a quick manicure. Sally Hansen is great, but even cheaper than that, is Sinful Colors. Their nail polishes usually go for $1.99-$2.99, and are available at most drug-stores and grocery stores. Just in the last couple of years have they broke into the market in places such as Ulta.
This year, Sinful Colors has taken it upon themselves to get involved in a cause that's becoming extremely prevalent in today's society: texting and driving. Sinful Colors has released a color titled "#NoTextRed", which they hope to use to raise awareness of the growing texting and driving issue. The campaign asks people to paint their thumbs with the #NoTextRed color and post photos along with a caption saying that they won't text and drive. Sinful Colors encourages supporters of the cause to share the photos on social media outlets and to get friends to get involved as well.
The campaign, while not overly huge yet, is definitely a great cause and something to keep an eye on. The idea is simple, and it's fun. I'm really in love with the idea.
If you'd like to join in the fight, Sinful Colors' #NoTextRed can be found at the following stores:
- Bed, Bath, & Beyond /Harmon
- Giant Eagle
- Hi School Pharm