365 Days of Color Cuticle Balms and Oil - Review

August 4, 2014

I am always using cuticle oil and cuticle balms for my nails to keep them moisturized and soft. It seemed like I could only find scents that were either lemon or simple type scents, so I wanted some that were more interesting and fun. I had heard about 365 Days of Color from a fellow blogger and I knew I had to try once I saw the scents they offer. Find out which scents I got below!

 I wanted a few cuticle oil scents that would be great for Fall as well as just use them now. I ended up with Cinnamon Sugar, Creamsicle, and Autumn Magic. The scents smell pretty much exact to their names. Autumn Magic is described as: Top notes of apple and lemon, middle notes of anise, cinnamon and ginger and base notes of woods, musk and vanilla. She has such a huge list of different scents, it was so hard to narrow it down!

Then I bought three samples sizes of the Sunny's Miracle Balms. I decided on Caramel Crunch, Fruit Loops, and Orange Sorbet. I really can't believe how amazing these smell! Fruit Loops smells exactly like the cereal, Orange Sorbet is described as: A scent of freshly peeled juicy orange and pineapples as top notes with sugary base notes reminiscent of summer’s mouth-watering orange popsicle delight. How can you not love that? Caramel Crunch is caramel and toffee candy, just the right scent for fall.

If you want to know where to order or more info, just go to 365 Days of Color website.

 Let me know if you have tried these or will try them!

♥ Stephanie

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