Good afternoon! I have 4 more of the Revlon Parfumerie nail polishes for you. Click if you missed the first of part two, or part one. (Wow, that’s a confusing sentence!) Just a reminder that I have a pretty sensitive nose, so if I think it’s subtle, it really is!
In this review, I have Apricot Nectar, China Flower, Lavender Soap and Pink Pineapple. I liked these, but they weren’t my favorite, either because of formula or the color. All photos show with base coat and top coat – the scent wasn’t affected by either.
First up, Apricot Nectar, shown is 3 coats. This is a really lovely scent, I get honeysuckle and orange creamsicle scent, it’s very subtle. The color is a bright pink-orange, it almost glows!
Next is China Flower, shown is 2 coats. The scent is almost spicy, and a bit flowery, it is also subtle. If you know what Kat von D’s perfume “Sinner” smells like, it smells just a bit more musky than that. The color is a great orange-red poppy color.
Lavender Soap is next, shown is 3 coats. I was almost dreading this scent to be honest, but it’s not overpowering at all! I get lavender, the “good” kind of soap (not gramma-ish at all), and a hint of vanilla. It smells fresh and clean. This was streaky and patchy and way too frosty for me though. It reminds me a bit of Zoya Marley, but Marley is a bit darker and not as frosty.
Lastly for today is Pink Pineapple, shown is 3 coats. Not much to say about the scent other than it smells exactly like sweet pineapple, and it’s very light.
What are your thoughts on these four? Have I convinced you to buy any yet? 😛 I keep getting hollered at on instagram for enabling people’s nail polish addiction! Don’t forget that some of these are on my blog sale, and I’ll have my favorites on Saturday! 🙂