Monday, 20 October 2014

Revlon Scented Nail Polish in China Flower Review

Revlon Scented Nail Polish in China Flower
I have to admit when Revlon released these scented polishes I wasn't at all interested in them. I thought the concept of having a scented nail polish was slightly bizarre and not something that I would want. Also I was reluctant to spend the £6.49 to try them out as I didn't want to waste money on a polish that smelt. When I saw some in Poundland however I thought I would give them a try as they were only £1 so I didn't feel too bad about spending on them in case I didn't like them. I chose the shade China Flower as I am a massive fan of red polishes. 

Revlon Scented Nail Polish in China Flower
I really like the bottles of these they look very sophisticated and a lot more expensive than they are. I think these are the sort of bottles that would look really great if you had a collection of them. Application wise this applies like any other polish, it has a thin brush and you need 2 coats before it becomes opaque. 

Revlon Scented Nail Polish in China Flower
Now what you all want to know about; the smell. The smell was actually quite strong on the first couple of days. It was a really nice floral smell that I really liked. When I was out I could smell it and I was wondering what the nice smell was and realised that it was my nails! The smell only lasted for the first 2 days of wear and it was very strong on the first day. After the first couple of days I could barely smell it but the polish didn't begin to chip until Day 5 or 6.

Overall I liked this polish I don't think I would rush out and buy anymore but if I saw any more shades in  Poundland I would probably pick some up. I think they are a very quirky product but I don't think that they will replace 'normal' nail polishes. 

Have you tried scented nail polishes? What do you think of them?

Prettylittlefashionista xxx

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