What’s In The Kandee Johnson For Sinful Colors Nail Polish Collection? Your Next Mani Is Looking Bright
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Many fans of YouTube gurus may have thought that 2016 was the year of the collaboration. As it turns out, the trend is continuing into 2017. The Kandee Johnson for Sinful Colors Nail Polish Collection is one of the first brand and influencer collabs of  the year, and it's a good one. Sinful Colors may be most well-known for their collaboration with reality star Kylie Jenner, but now they're branching out, and the result is a colorful, pastel dream.

Johnson's popularity as a beauty influencer may be unrivaled. She's considered by many to be one of the Youtuber OGs, and she's retained an incredible number of subscribers since she began — like 1.5 million Instagram followers. Perhaps that's what led Sinful Colors to their latest collaboration. Well, that and the fact that she's easily one of the most inspiring, optimistic people on the web. It's hard to find someone who doesn't love Johnson, and the stunning hues of her Sinful Colors collection are perfectly representative of her.

According to a post to Johnson's Instagram, she's now able to discuss the collaboration, and she couldn't be more excited. She wrote, "We've been working on these for a long time...creating the colors, me changing so many details with them on everything from lettering, to slight different hues of the polish to me naming them all! I'm so glad the [Sinful Colors] team loved me and how many times I called to change one little thing!"

The collection is vintage-inspired according to the Sinful Colors Instagram account, but they're also as vibrant as Johnson. From pastel pink to beautiful sky blue, it's a dream.

The collaboration includes seven shades and one top coat.

The range also features different textures with a glittering blue shade making the cut.

There's even a bold fuchsia pink for vibrant color lovers.

Overall, the collection is a stunning mix of pretty pastels, texture, and brightness. It's the perfect representation of Johnson, and it's just too good to miss.