Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Revlon Nail Polishes

Hola mis bonitas!


So today i am going to do a mini review on a few Revlon nail polishes that i have been enjoying lately :) Many of you guys may prefer using the current hypes such as Essie and O.P.I, but i have recently discovered that Revlon has a sickening variety of these dupes that are way more affordable! I particularly love the Top Speed collection as the nail polishes really do dry in seconds! Although they take slightly longer than '60 seconds' to dry (as it claims), they are by far one of the fastest nail polishes to dry. Definitely worth giving it a shot!



Revlon Top Speed 320 Jaded
I think this can be a dupe for the Essie Mint Candy Apple nail polish. However, i've never used it before so please forgive me if i get it wrong. This Revlon nail polish just appears to be a very beautiful pastel green colour, which is what people describe the colour of the Mint Candy Apple nail polish to be. 

Revlon Top Speed 610 Lilac
This is an extremely gorgeous and chic colour for summer, especially when it follows the pastel trend! This lilac colour is perfect for a casual hangout with your bunch of girlies as it is a playful and bright colour that will surely attract lots of positive compliments. 

Up close :)




Revlon Post Trauma Nail Treatment 970
Now, although the fundamental function of this nail polish is not to embellish your nails, it still carries a subtle translucent milky pink pigment that gives a matte finish. It feels different, almost jelly like, as to the shiny, smooth effect that normal nail polishes create.
All in all, i am giving both my thumbs up for Revlon nail polishes as i believe that they are, indeed, of high quality and are more affordable than Essie/O.P.I/China Glaze. They do not chip easily as suppose to typical drugstore nail polishes and i just can't praise enough about them! Definitely worth the money!


Stay beautiful,

xx

2 comments:

  1. Replies
    1. Yea! It's such a beautiful colour, especially for summer!

      Delete