Showing posts with label Revlon. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Revlon. Show all posts

October 23, 2014

Halloween Layering

I'm lucky enough to have a bottle of the truly spectacular Enchanted Polish Finger Lickin Good. It's so unique and weird and perfect for Halloween. This year I layered it over Revlon Spanish Moss.

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September 29, 2014

Revlon Spanish Moss

I don't think Revlon makes this particular line of polish any more so I'm glad that a friend passed Revlon Spanish Moss my way. Army green has always been one of my favorite colors and Spanish Moss is the closest I've found to a true army green polish so far. Nice formula that covers in 2 eaily applied coats.
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June 11, 2014

Revlon Glimmer Gloss Stripes

My friend Casey gave me these two fantastic Revlon Glimmer Gloss polishes & they look great together. I started with a base of Revlon Banana Blaze & then added freehand stripes of Revlon Cherry Fizz. My nails looked like candy!
 
 
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May 28, 2014

Revlon Banana Blaze

Yellow jelly polishes are so strange looking but I love them anyway! This is 3 easily applied coats of Revlon Banana Blaze. It's a sunshine yellow jelly with sparse silver glitter. I know it doesn't look great with my skin tone but Banana Blaze is still a keeper since it's so unique! I'll have to try layering it over some other colors some day.
 

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May 13, 2014

Revlon Cherry Fizz

My friend Casey kindly gave me one of her cherished bottles of Revlon Cherry Fizz recently & I love it! Cherry Fizz is a dark hot pink jelly with sparse hot pink shimmer that's even prettier in person. It's got a great formula shown here at 5 coats. Perfect for spring & summer, thanks Casey!
 
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October 20, 2011

New Favorite! Revlon Starry Pink


I finally found this one a few weeks ago & I love it just as much as I hoped I would. Pale, greyed out pink with sparse silver glitter and silver hexagon glitter. I though it might be difficult to apply but the formula was fantastic! Drop dead gorgeous!!
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April