Review - Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polishes - La Belle Sirene

Review - Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polishes

Saturday, February 01, 2014

Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish $7.99 at drugstores

These new polishes have wormed their way right into my heart. A good formula, beautiful shades you don't see everyday and scented to boot. They also come in adorable little bottles reminiscent of vintage fragrances. They are a breeze to apply, super smooth and highly pigmented and they last on average 3 days without a topcoat.  I picked up three of the sixteen shades and i adore all of them.



Wintermint

Wintermint is my favourite by far. Very similar to the legendary Mermaid's Dream by Deborah Lippman but at a much nicer price! A minty green base with various toned blue glitter sprinkled throughout and a fine shimmer. It takes about 2 coats for opacity which beats the Deborah Lippmann in my opinion. And of course it smells of a delicate mint or candy canes for us peppermint lovers.

Spun Sugar

Spun Sugar is a beautiful opalescent silver with a warm golden glow that looks chic  and glamorous without going over the top. It is opaque with one coat and goes on smoothly. You don't notice the scent while you apply it but once dried it smells like dried flowers and perfume. So lovely!


Autumn Spice

Autumn Spice is the perfect fall polish for those who like a little more than the average burgundy cream. It has a warm brown base with threads of bronze, red, silver and gold running throughout. It has an intense shimmer that reflects the light beautifully. And the smell is to die for; warm apple pie, fallen leaves and a bit of cider.



Absolutely in love with these darings, i think i need to add to my collection.

Courtney x

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