I discovered the Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish Collection seven months of ago while reading the January 2014 Cosmopolitan magazine. I am completely in love with this new nail polish collection from Revlon. First, I want to say whoever pitched the idea to combined two of my favorite beauty items together deserves a standing applause. I knew that when I had seen the advertisement for this new line I had to run out and purchase them right away. The Revlon Parfumerie collection has endless colors/fragrances to indulge yourself in. All of the nail polishes reveal their fragrance when the nails are fully/partially dry.I selected China Flower, Apricot Nectar, Pink Pineapple, and Lavender Soap. China Flower is a vibrant classic red. The China Flower fragrance and color is a nail polish, that you would expect to see being worn by a 1940s pin up girl, or a Femme Fatale in one of the classic detective movies.
China Flower is one of the nail polishes from the Revlon Parfumerie collection,that captivated my attention the most. I love the fragrance and the color.The fragrance to me is of Sandalwood, a little floral, and very sweet. China Flower scent in my opinion is quite similar to the fragrance by Thierry Mugler Angel.* The color is bright, sophisticated, and very pigmented. China Flower definitely sets off the scent of seduction. I applied two coats and I was ready to go. The fragrance for all of these polishes, that I have tried lasted for 3 1/2 days. I did reapply China Flower between those 3 1/2 days only one time and that was only, because I loved the fragrance and I did not want the scent to fade.The polishes from the Revlon Parfumerie nail polish collection did not chip easily so that was definitely a plus for me.
Pink Pineapple is a sheer soft baby pink, however buildable.The Pink Pineapple scent is another scent from this Revlon Parfumerie Nail Polish Collection that I like. The scent of Pink Pineapple is comparable to a Pina Colada.When wearing this scent it made me feel like I was on an island vacation. The color is classic, feminine, however calm and sophisticated.
Apricot Nectar, is a warm peach color. This is a fruity and sweet fragrant polish. The scent is similar I think to Peaches and Cream. The apricot scent is slight, however when wearing the color/scent I think the dominate fragrance is of peaches with hints of sweet and cream. Apricot Nectar is a great Summer choice, because it’s bright, playful,however still classy for events and somewhat toned for work.
The Lavender Soap is a soft color, and definitely well suited for the Spring or in my opinion anytime of the year when you want a calm look, however still be a little wild but classy at the same. Lavender Soap by Revlon has a pearl finish look. I actually applied this color as a top coat with another color because the color is very sheer, however on its own the color is screaming spring time and can be buildable.The color is soft and the scent is a strong lavender, so if floral fragrances are not your fortay stay clear of this one. However the color is pretty and I would definitely feel comfortable for me wearing this color to meetings and for nights on the town.
Product Name: Revlon Parfumerie
Colors Reviewed: China Flower, Apricot Nectar, Pink Pineapple, and Lavender Soap.
Price: $5.49 at Target. $5.99 at Walgreens.
Available at: Target, Target.com, Walgreens. I purchase mine at Target and Walgreens. Not all colors are available at stores yet, however Target and Walgreens website has most of the colors being offered.
And that is my review on Revlon Parfumerie nail polish collection. I will definitely be repurchasing more polishes from this collection by Revlon. I love the quality and the fragrances that Revlon created for the Parfumerie collection.