Revlon has a program called “Revlon Selects” that is open to ANY makeup enthusiast (not just beauty bloggers). I read about it over here and since I LOVE trying new make-up, I signed up straight away. I was SO excited to be one of their chosen testers!
In this post I thought I’d feature all of the exciting nail products I’ve been sent to test out – along with my thoughts on them:
|Applying Revlon Nail Art Wildflowers in Bow-Quet
How I Apply Nail Stickers:
1) Clean nail surface by wiping with polish remover/acetone
2) Select a sticker that best fits my nail size
3) Apply carefully on nail
4) Fold down excess over the edge of the nail & file it off (using file included in the kit)
|Revlon Nail Art Wildflowers in Bow-Quet after 5 days of wear
Nailpolish: Revlon Nail Art Wildflowers in Bow-Quet
My Thoughts: Surprisingly easy to apply – WAY less time consuming than regular polish. No polish smudges on cuticles OR smelly paint fumes either. No drying time so you can use your hands right away without worrying about smudging. VERY long-lasting: the bottom pic is after 5 days of wear – survived hair-washing & pot-scrubbing. However, I had problems getting the stickers to lie flat at my nail base – they kept curling up and catching on things – I had to keep sticking them back down. Would be great for a special night out – and easy enough to peel off the next day. Can save the extra stickers in a ziploc bag to use on accent nails.
|Revlon Colorstay in Natural Pink Swatch
Nailpolish: Revlon Colorstay in Natural Pink
My Thoughts: I LOVE the Colorstay polish range – I had already purchased Bare Bones (such a beautiful neutral) before I received this polish. Natural Pink has replaced Essie Fiji as my ultimate pale pink polish. The color is so pretty with peach undertones to keep the shade warm and flattering. Most pale pink polishes are sheer – but the Colorstay range is known for their opacity & gel-like finish, so you don’t have to worry about your nails showing through the color at all!
|Revlon Chroma Chameleon in Topaz Swatch
Nailpolish: Revlon Chroma Chameleon in Topaz
My Thoughts: Mesmerizing polish that truly shifts colors from green (pictured) to turquoise depending on the light. Not my favorite finish as I prefer creme formulas over shimmery metallics (I feel shimmery polishes emphasize nail imperfections such as ridges). Thin but concentrated formula – I applied 3 coats but it didn’t appear thick or smudgy. Great lasting power – wore it for 5 days with only minimal tip wear.
|Revlon Orbit and Vincent Van Gold Swatches
Nailpolish: Revlon Nail Art Moon Candy in Orbit
My Thoughts: The purple base coat is so pigmented and creamy – it applies beautifully
and is opaque in just one coat. The top coat has stunning iridescent
flakies – but is a little difficult to apply. The flakies are gritty and
your nails look a bit lumpy when viewed from the side as the flakie
sticks out. The color and effect are very beautiful – and it wasn’t that
difficult to remove unlike some glitter polishes.
Nailpolish: Revlon Nail Art Expressionist in Vincent Van Gold
My Thoughts: The creamy base is amazing and would look gorgeous even on its own. The gold side is lovely and has a thin brush
which makes nail art easy (I used free hand to paint the gold stripes). The
formula was smooth and pigmented but thin, so my nail tips don’t look
bumpy in profile (hate bumpy nails!). I personally don’t like the golden & purple
combination – but the Expressionist line has a pink & silver combo that I’d like to try. Would also love it if they came out with one for a classic french
Do you like Revlon nailpolishes? Which of these 5 is your favorite?
DISCLAIMER: These products were sent to me by Revlon as part of their RevlonSelects program, but I am under no obligation to provide a favorable review. As you can tell, I wrote my honest unbiased thoughts (as always!!!).