Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish Review, part 3

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Good morning! Today I have my favorites from the new Revlon Parfumerie nail polish line. These are the ones I consider my must-haves. If you missed them, here is part one, part two, and part two continued.

My five favorite nail polishes from this line are: Autumn Spice, Italian Leather, Bordeaux, Wintermint and Chocolate Truffle. All pictures show the polish with base coat and with top coat – the scent was not affected by either.

First up, Autumn Spice, shown is 2 coats but this was almost a one-coater. The scent reminds me of fall candles – I smell cinnamon, gingerbread, and vanilla. The color is this gorgeous brown with flakes of gold and red with almost a purple tinge to it. Formula was easy to work with – just be patient with it!

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice

Inside, natural light, no flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice

Close-up:
Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice

Next is Italian Leather, shown is 2 coats but this was also almost a one-coater. The scent brings back memories (don’t you love when scents do that!). I’m reminded that as a child, hugging my dad right after he put aftershave on. There is almost an Old Spice smell to it. The color is a khaki green, but it’s definitely not ugly! There is a shimmer that helps it along. As far as the formula – again, be patient with it as it is drying.

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Italian Leather

Inside, natural light, no flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Italian Leather

Close-up:
Revlon Parfumerie Italian Leather

Bordeaux is next and shown is 3 coats. If you’re following me on instagram, you’ll have seen that I just had to test this out by opening a bottle of red wine! The scent definitely reminds me of a sweet table red wine. The color is perfectly vampy for fall, and the formula was okay – I needed 3 coats for full opacity.

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Bordeaux

Inside, natural light, no flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Bordeaux

Next is Wintermint, shown is 3 thin coats. I definitely get a spearmint gum scent from this, with almost a melted buttery smell (weird, right, but it works!). The color is gorgeously mint green with gold sparkles and blue glitter; the formula was a little hard to work with, and seemed to dry almost gritty.

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Wintermint

Close-up:
Revlon Parfumerie Wintermint

Lastly is Chocolate Truffle, shown is 3 coats. It reminds me of the chocolate scratch’n’sniff stickers of my childhood but not as sickly sweet. This is such a beautiful fall color – I’m so in love! It’s almost a black brown. The formula was okay – not great.

Inside, flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Chocolate Truffle

Inside, lamplight, no flash:
Revlon Parfumerie Chocolate Truffle

Well, that’s it for all the Revlon Parfumerie nail polishes for right now! (Until I can find the missing 5.) Which one(s) from this grouping did you like the most? Have you tried any? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Until tomorrow,

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10 thoughts on “Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish Review, part 3

  1. Your swatches of these make me swoon! Gotta stalk my CVS until Chocolate Truffle arrives. I picked up Wintermint just because I had to compare to my Deborah Lippmann. It’s thinner, dries smoother and the color has a brighter, more yellow finish to it. Plus the bonus of the yummy smell. Can’t wait to wear Italian Leather, and gotta go back to get Bordeaux. Can’t decide if I want Autumn Spice- color is lovely but I think the scent would bother my sensitive nose.

    • Thank you so much! 🙂 Autumn Spice isn’t too subtle, but neither is it overpowering, thankfully for my nose. I think Italian Leather was the surprise from this bunch for me – I was honestly expecting to hate it. But I really like it!

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