Review | Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel collection spring 2014

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Last spring I declared my love to the scented nail polish from the Revlon Scented Treats collection, and this year I fell in love all over again with the new Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel nail lacquers. The new collection has been in stores since mid-March and consists of eight colors and scents of which I have five.

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As usual with Revlon, the quality of the Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel nail lacquers is great. The nail polish is easy to apply, two and often even just one coat is enough for a smooth, even and opaque result, and the colors easily last a few days without chipping.

The eight new Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel nail lacquers come in adorable bottles that look like miniature perfume bottles. How cute is that? The only thing that bothers me – or at least the OCD side of me – is that the labels look a bit wonky on some of the bottles. But apart from that the packaging really looks super cute.

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African Tea Rose

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Lime Basil

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Ginger Melon

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Autumn Spice

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China Flower

Like I said the Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel collection consists of eight colors – and thus eight scents – of which I have five. African Tea Rose is a rose-scented purple pink. Lime Basil is a creamy green that smells like fresh lime with a hint of basil. Ginger Melon is a gorgeous watermelon pink and smells like melon with a touch of ginger. Autumn Spice is a glittery brownish copper with a warm cinnamon and caramel aroma. And China Flower finally is a pure warm red with a lovely floral smell.

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As soon as the nail polish dries the smell is released, and after that the scent really lingers for days. These scented nail lacquers sure give the phrase ‘smell my finger’ a whole different meaning! My personal favorites? Color-wise definitely Ginger Melon – is anyone even surprised by that? – and as far as smell goes I really like the fresh citrusy smell of Lime Basil.

The Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel nail lacquers have been in stores since mid-March and cost 14.90 CHF each.

Have you ever tried scented nail polish? Which of these five colors/scents do you like best?


54 thoughts on “Review | Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel collection spring 2014

    • It didn’t? Did you put a top coat over it? Because you’re not supposed to do that as it takes away the smell a bit.

    • That would be me, for I am the genius of geniuses! Nah, it’s a neat little plugin called commentluv that does that :-)

  1. I like the gray leather one…finally a dark I can were comfortably! Smell only lasted for a couple days; but that was okay by me.
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  2. Ik heb zelf 1 geur-nagellak, en die vond ik niet zo aangenaam. Toch ben ik benieuwd naar deze nagellakjes! De potjes zien er zo leuk uit , de kleuren ook en de geuren klinken interessant. Ik zou ook niet kunnen kiezen tussen deze 5. We need more Revlon in Belgium!
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