Revlon Perfumerie Nail Enamels
Revlon Parfumerie Nail Enamels

I’ve got to say I am totally charmed by these Revlon Perfumerie Nail Enamels. Luckily, a friend brought me some back from the US (without me even asking – she just knew, so that IS a good friend, right?) and I’ve had my first chance to have a play with them.

Revlon Perfumerie
Revlon Parfumerie

The shades are China Flower (red) and Wild Violet (shimmery purple). Of the two, scent-wise, Wild Violet is an absolute hit, smelling like Parma Violets (love the smell, hate the taste) and the scent has lasted pretty much all day. China Flower is a generic floral smell – and I get the Febreeze connection that I saw on a US blog – I’d go more the fabric conditioner route, but hasn’t lasted quite as long as Wild Violet. The colours are sensational.. I love them both, I love the bottles and all in all I am totally hooked. I’ve got some more coming from the US as well and I’m genuinely excited to get them.

Revlon Perfumerie Nail Enamels
Revlon Parfumerie Nail Enamels

Scented polishes are nothing new, but I think when they launch in the UK you will be pleasantly surprised by the scents. Although I must admit, sniffing your own fingers or even offering to let others smell them (as I have done a lot today) is, er, odd.

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