We're Obsessed with These $3 Nail Polishes That Look (And Smell) Like Your Favorite Foods

The Cookies and Creme is already sold out.

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May 20, 2020

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We’ve been paying a lot of attention to our hands, lately. But now we can treat them to something something super cool: vibrant, fun nail-polish colors inspired by snack foods.

Sinful Colors has just released a line of Sweet and Salty Nail Polish that both look and smell like the foods they evoke – and you can snag them (only at Walmart) for less than $3 each! (That means that, in some cases, you can give yourself a fab food-focused manicure for less than you’d spend on the actual polish-inspiring foods themselves!)

The collection features six colors – some more appetizing than others. The sweet scents are definitely winning out among Food Network editors.

The tasteful lineup includes:


A bright orange with iridescent speckles just like the tangy cheese dust that gets all over fingers.

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Blackish, with silver and white speckles. Seems like this color will make you feel richer than a chocolate cake!

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A blushy-bronze with brown crumbles that make us hungry just looking at them. (Apparently, this color has a wide appeal, because it's already sold out!)

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Pale lavender polish with multicolor sprinkles. We dig this one and not just because we love doughnuts.

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Beige with cheese and pepperoni-colored octagonal flecks and black specks.

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A golden color with flecks of beige, red, green and black — reminiscent of our favorite toppings — in varying shapes.

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Considering each one is priced at $2.98, it probably makes scents to try any of these you can get your hands on.

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