Revlon Nail Polish Haul

 

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Happy Hump Day everyone!

Today’s post is another haul that I’m very excited about and because I’m a “little” bit addicted to nail polishes then yes happy me!

I bought these Revlon nail polishes from two different stores and when opportunity knocks, it’s difficult to refuse so without much talk, let’s begin.

Ocean State Job Lot

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Chip Defiant™ formula coats nails in gorgeously smooth color. With ShadeLock™ Technology for fade-resistant wear. 64 striking shades to choose from.

I purchased four Revlon Nail Enamel at a very affordable price. Ocean State Job Lot sells this for $1.49 each compared to other retail stores.

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I’ve used this nail enamel in the past and here are my thoughts.

Pros:
  • Smooth formula
  • Opaque
  • Glossy finish
  • It comes with stainless steel mixing balls (which I like to mix the product well)
  • Quick dry
  • Elegant packaging
  • 64 shade options
Cons:
  • Strong nail polish scent – I personally don’t mind the scent as it doesn’t linger when it dries but I’m sure some might not like it.
  • Not long wearing (chipped on the 3rd day)
  • Long and thin brush (it picks up less amount of product that you had to dip the brush over and over until the nail is fully coated).

Here are the four shades that I purchased.

BohemianDreamerBeautifulCharming

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Dollar Tree

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I got three items at the Dollar Tree store and do I have to tell you that I paid $1.00 for each nail polish? This nail enamel is currently available at Walmart from $3.33 and up.

Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel

A whole different way to experience color. Vibrant, shiny shades go on smoothly for flawless color then dry to light, irresistible fragrances. Fragranced when dry. Intoxicating colors, irresistible scents. This product is made in United States.

  • A whole different way to experience color
  • Fragranced when dry
  • Intoxicating colors, irresistible scents
  • Type:Nail Polish
  • Extend Wear by Applying a Base Coat First

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Another nail polish that is not new to me and here are my thoughts.

Pros:

  • Cute packaging
  • Gorgeous shades
  • Very opaque
  • Smooth consistency
  • Comes in glossy and matte finish
  • Comes with stainless steel mixing balls

Cons:

  • Very STRONG scent (floral)
  • The scent lingers even when dry
  • Inconsistent drying power (some dries quickly, while some don’t)
  • Long and thin brush (this brush is a little bit fuller than the other which helps the application easier but it could have been better)
  • Doesn’t last more than a week

Here are the shades that I purchased.

African Tea RoseSpun SugarWild Violets

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I really enjoyed the colors that I got, it’s very wearable all year round. Aside from that, I paid less than $2.00 each which is a huge plus. The brush isn’t my favorite but the good thing is, it does provide a precise application.

The cool part is, I now have more fun shades added to my nail polish collection.

 

until

cyberhug

 

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10 thoughts on “Revlon Nail Polish Haul

  1. I’ve been enjoying Revlon polishes a lot lately. I think the classic Revlon last as well on me as any Essie or China Glaze polishes. I have a few of those Parfumerie polishes – they’re fun but I don’t love the little knob handles, makes it difficult to hold.

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    1. MyStyleInsideOut

      I don’t mind the handle but the scent is kinda bothering coz it’s just too strong. And I noticed that my nail polishes last longer than usual depending on the top coat that I use. However, no matter what top coat I use with Essie, it just doesnt stay last that long. Lol

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