Happy Friday out there! I have a polish dupe to share today: Revlon Gold Goddess is definitely a dupe for Zoya’s Maria Luisa. This is a favorite layering shade for me. The dupe is from a new Revlon summer display from Gucci Westman, so keep an eye out for it at your drugstores!
Revlon Gold Goddess, Zoya Maria Luisa
The only difference I see in this polish is that the Revlon has more coverage, while Maria Luisa is more sparse.
The colors, at least from my field of vision, are exactly the same. Zoya isn’t always the easiest brand to find, so if you have that problem, take a look to see if you can find this Revlon collection.
Both shades are easy to apply and are gorgeous. I think Revlon has great nail polish for the price point, usually $5 or less, while Zoya is $9 (BUT they are 5-free as well). Either way, I love this topper and think it is GORGEOUS! If you missed my post about Maria Luisa previously, check it out here.
Hello! I have a dupe to share today! Being a sucker for anything pink and sparkly, I picked up Sinful Colors Full Spectrum, which is a new polish in their holiday collection. I had heard it was a possible dupe for OPI Pink Yet Lavender from the Mariah Carey collection earlier this year, so I decided to put them to the test!
They actually don’t look that much alike in the bottles. The OPI polish isn’t as dense, and it appears to be more pink, whereas the Sinful Colors bottle looks more lilac. That all changes when they are swatched!
OPI is on the right, and Sinful Colors is on the right. This is two coats of each. As you can see, Sinful Colors is way more opaque and builds a lot more than OPI, but the colors are exactly the same.
Here you can see the color a little more. They are definitely dupes, but the Sinful Colors one is actually better for those wanting more coverage and sparkle. If I had to purchase these again, I would definitely go for the Sinful Colors polish instead!
I hope this is helpful! You can find the Sinful Colors holiday collection at Walgreens.