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Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel Collection

 I got quite excited when the Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel Collection was released two weeks ago. I'm not really sure where this level of excitement came from as I have long delegated the care of my nails to a fortnightly gellish manicurist... however, on the flimsy excuse that I often paint my toes myself I ran along to Boots and picked up a few bottles and I wasn't disappointed.

The bottles have been designed by Revlon's global artistic director, Gucci Westman and are seriously beautiful. With their black, spherical toppers and antique, apothecary design they look more like classical perfume bottles than Nail Varnish. And despite the spherical design the lid is actually very easy to hold and the brush, a standard Revlon brush, is of the usual shortened length meaning an easier and more precise application.

China Flower

I chose Orange Blossom, Moonlit Woods and China Flower from the Revlon Collection, not an easy decision given the amount of vibrant and very different shades. Orange Blossom and China Flower are scented with exotic and fruit notes whilst China flower has a much more subtle Sandlewood scent. Unfortunately the scent does dissapear if you use a topcoat, which is where I think the Collection falls down majorly. However even without a top coat, each colour remained chip-free for around 3 days.

The Collection comes in over 20 colours with a variety of finishes from pearlescent to gloss and are the perfect addition to any spring make-up bag. Split into 'Fruits and Florals', 'Sweets and Spices' and 'Freshes', the Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel Collection are currently on sale for £6.99 each. Take advantage of the current 3 for 2 offer and test some out for yourself.

All Revlon products are current 3 for 2 at Boots Click to Buy 

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