Monday, 24 March 2014

Revlon Parfumerie: China Flower

I have been wanting to try the Revlon Parfumerie collection for a while now so when I saw a few of them in Boots I snapped one up pronto. Now I have to admit that the only reason I wanted to try this collection was the bottle. It is just too cute! I hadn't read too much into the range before buying one so I didn't really register that they were scented (I know - doh!) until I got mine home. More on that later. 

The colour I went for was China Flower. It's a gorgeous coral/red shade which was the best of an odd selection in my local Boots. When I realised it was scented I took the top off and sniffed the bottle. I nearly threw up. It smelt like every other polish I've ever had and I began to think the scented thing was just a gimmick. A bit disappointed I started to paint my nails and was pleasantly surprised at how well the polish glided on. Hands down this is one of the best polish applications I have experienced. The formula is just right and the little knobbly lid actually makes it easy to apply. Top marks. I painted on two coats, waited for them to dry and then headed outside to take pics. Then the magic happened. I started to smell this floral, plummy, powdery smell which was beautiful. And it was coming from my fingers! So the scented part does actually work. Impressive!

No Dahlia post would be complete without a bit of nail art. I went for some big flowers in white for my China Flower polish. I drew these on with my nail art pen, added some mint green leaves and outlined in black. 

Have you tried the Revlon Parfumerie range? 



  1. Oooh this looks great! I definitely think I'm gonna have to buy a few from this collection - the formula sounds great too! The bottles are so pretty! I love the flowers you've added! :)

    1. We were pleasantly surprised by this polish. Worth the little bit extra even if you don't reeeallly need nice smelling nails! E&J.xx


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