So I know I did a post about nail polishes last week and I did have something different planned for this week but it’s just going to have to wait because I couldn’t not post about this straight away. I’m talking about the newly released Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish Collection. I have heard a lot of good things about them from other bloggers but didn’t expect much myself because i’m so in love with Rimmel 60 Seconds Polishes. Whilst the Revlon brush is nothing to compare the polish itself has gone far above and beyond my expectations.
The scent, which is the main selling point of the polish is exquisite. I have just applied China Flower and am typing this as I wait for it to dry enough for a second coat. I keep brushing my hands past my face and the scent is so much more satisfying than the nose burning one of other polishes. It resembles a subtle flowery perfume which isn’t something I normally love but this one is mature and not overpowering at all.
The colour is just as beautiful as the scent, a light but bright red which will be perfect for Summer. I was a little worried before purchasing because I read a couple reviews about the formula being a little thin and having to apply more than one coat to get a consistent cover, but to be honest I don’t know a nail polish that applies perfect in just the single coat, so this isn’t a problem for me.
I only bought the one pot to try but I am totally sold and am going to take a cheeky trip back into town this evening to go pick up some more as they’re currently in the Boots 3 for 2 deal. However for £4.49 they’re definitely on the affordable and worth picking up next time you’re in your local drug store.
I’m hoping to grab a Apricot Nectar, Lavender Soap and Moonlit Woods so I can review (and fall in love with) the three categories of scents that Revlon have on offer; Fruits & Florals, Sweets & Spices and Freshes. I’ll let you know how I get on.