Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish Review, part 2

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*Lots of pretty pictures ahead.*

Today I’m continuing my review of the Revlon Parfumerie nail polish line. (Here’s part one if you’ve missed it.) Today I have the polishes that I thought were either okay in the color or in the scent, or both; but these aren’t my favorites. Since there is so many in this section, I’m splitting it into two.

In this post, I’ll be reviewing the following polishes: Ginger Melon, Spun Sugar, Moonlit Woods, and Beachy. All pictures show the polish with base coat and with top coat – the scent was not affected by either.

First up, Ginger Melon, shown is 3 coats for evenness. It has a slight tropical fruit smell – it reminded me of tropical gum.  A really bright pink color, the formula was a bit patchy in 2 coats, so hence the need for 3.

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Ginger Melon

Outside, sunshine:
Revlon Parfumerie Ginger Melon

Next is Spun Sugar, shown is 2 coats. It has a sweet, almost burnt, sugar smell with almost a tinge of flowery-ness. It reminds me a bit of cotton candy. The color is really nice – I was pleasantly surprised to only need 2 coats. Plus there are little sparkles in this polish! But it is still a bit streaky for me.

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Spun Sugar

Inside, no flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Spun Sugar

Close-up:
Revlon Parfumerie Spun Sugar

Moonlit Woods is next, shown is 3 coats. This has a vanilla-musky smell; it reminds me of the scent “Twilight Woods” from Bath & Body Works. The color is very strange – a purple but grey color with a little bit of sparkle. The formula was streaky and patchy unfortunately. (Someone on my instagram commented that it would be a perfect polish for a waterfall mani; I totally agree!)

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Moonlit Woods

Inside, under lamp light, no flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Moonlit Woods

Close-up:
Revlon Parfumerie Moonlit Woods

Lastly in this post is Beachy, shown is 3 coats. This has a musky smell that is almost like Vaseline, to be honest. It wasn’t too strong. The formula on this was a bit streaky. The color is almost a bronze and it has a really pretty sparkle that makes the polish stand out.

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Beachy

Inside, under lamp light, no flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Beachy

Close-up:
Revlon Parfumerie Beachy

Well, that’s it for this morning! I’ll have four more this afternoon. Just a reminder that I do have some of these on my blog sale, I’d love for you to check it out. 🙂 Which one of these four are your favorite? Have you bought any of these yet? Let me know in the comments!

Until later,

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14 thoughts on “Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish Review, part 2

  1. thanks for all these swatches and reviews- you have me running back to CVS to get them! Some of the frosty ones are not for me,but I bet they look great with a matte topcoat! Beachy and Ginger Melon are the prettiest of this group, IMO.

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  4. I kind of want to get Beachy and Moonlit Woods to compare them to a couple of other polishes I have that look similar. I probably wouldn’t be able to handle the scent of beachy but I would definitely deal with it! The fact that Moonlit Woods smells like Twilight Woods means that I need it asap, so this is another polish search that I shall go on!

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  7. Enjoy reading your polish reviews….always thorough and diverse. Just curious as to how you keep your nails so healthy despite what I imagine is greater than average use of paint, remover, etc? Feel like painting mine only a few times a week wreaks havoc on them so curious to know how yours endure all the testing you put them through and still come out looking healthy. 🙂

    • I baby my nails so much, Renee! LOL. I always have a base coat on, whether I’m going to paint my nails or not. I also use strengthener cream in the evening and cuticle oil in the mornings, and if I’m washing my hands a lot, I use lotion + cuticle oil again. Plus, of course, I drink a lot of water! I hope this helps!

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