Revlon Parfumerie 100, Autumn Spice
Hello girls and boys!
My latest nail art post has been very appreciated by many of you, thanks also to the beautiful nail polish I used for my nail art: for that reason I decided to talk you about it. Click here to see my nail art post!
I’m talking about n. 100 (Autumn Spice) by Revlon. This polish belongs to the Revlon Parfumerie Collection, which is a collection of 20 scented nail polishes. In my opinion, this polish has a spicy but also sweet scent: it reminds me of cinnamon and vanilla cream!
The packaging is lovely…it looks like a parfum bottle! This polish comes in a 11,7 ml bottle, that means a lot of nail polish! 😀
The brush is small and round: I didn’t have any problem with it, even if I tend to prefer bigger brushes.
I think that the shade of this polish is perfect for autumn: the base colour is a warm brown with a lot of golden sparkles (glitters? flakes?) inside. If you see this polish in the shade you will notice the brown colour, but if you go under the light (natural or artificial) you will see the golden sparkles. As you can see, it hasn’t a glossy finish. Here you see a close-up picture:
The formula is thick and self-leveling: that means that you’ll have to do thick coats and that the polish will take some time to dry. Even if this is a highly pigmented polish, you will need at least two or three coats to get a perfect coverage.
On my nails this polish lasts about 4 days without top coat.
I took all the pictures under indirect natural light. When I took the photos the sky was cloudy and the sun was covered. You see two coats of nail polish, without top coat.
The only picture I have under natural sunlight is the one of my nail art. Here I wear also a glossy top coat. If you like this nail art you can see more photos and read my post here.
I absolutely LOVE this nail polish! I recommend it to everyone, from young girls to adult women. The price on Revlon‘s website is 6,90€. You can buy it in stores and also online.
What do you think of this nail polish? It’s lovely, isn’t it? 😀