This is my first experience using Revlon’s newly released Nail Enamels and Transforming Effects Toppers. Be sure to check out my previous post for more Revlon launches.
For this manicure, I paired the Nail Enamel in Coy with the new Transforming Effects in Nude Grafitti for obvious reasons, they match. The match is a baby pink lover’s dream come true.
Revlon Nail Enamel in Coy took 3 layers to reach the type of opacity I’m satisfied with, therefore I recommend using it with a ridge filler or coloured base coat underneath. It’s a milky baby pink shade with a cream finish which goes on smoothly and dries in a couple of minutes. The formula was not streaky.
Next, there is the Transforming Effect in Nude Graffiti. It has a mix of silver, pink and white particles in stick, hexagonal and small circle shapes. As with most glitters, you need a bit of a tapping approach to make sure to coerce shapes into the right place sometimes. Other than that, two coats should suffice for a good amount of coverage.
Revlon Nail Enamel in Coy and Transforming Effects Topper Nude Graffiti
I have also tried the toppers in Matte Pearl Glaze and Gold Glaze – be on the look out for those. I prefer them over the graffiti type glitters in this collection and in general.
I’m a huge fan of glitter this time of year. What do you think of nail polish toppers for the holiday season?
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