Okay so Revlon has been launching so many new products this year and these scented nail enamels are the new addition. I have loved Revlon Nail Enamels in the past so did not mind splurging on one of these newly launched Parfumiere Scented Nail Enamels. I picked up a deep wine red called Bordeaux. Let’s see how it fared.
Revlon Parfumiere Scented Nail Enamel Bordeaux Review
The Revlon Parfumerie™ Nail Enamel Collection reveals a light and enticing fragrance when dry, for a whole new way to experience colour. Vibrant and punchy shades, like China Flower, are infused by exotic & fruity notes.
Deep and rich shades, like Autumn Spice, reveal a woody & warm scent. Finally, light and airy shades, like Surf Spray, unveil a delicate fresh fragrance.
This unique and charming collection comprises an array of finishes from pearlescent to glitter to match all your moods.
Each Parfumerie™ shade uses essential oils to create a unique and sophisticated fragrance which is revealed when dry.
How to Use
Apply two coats of Parfumerie™Nail Enamel on your nails. Discover the fragrance when dry!
Price: Rs. 350. Available at BeautyShopIndia.com
Revlon has tried a new packaging this time. Looks attractive. The brush is simple and helps in application.
The texture is okay, nothing great. You would need 2 coats for opaque coverage.
Bordeaux is a deep reddish wine that is perfect for winters.
Revlon claims it to be a scented nail enamel. It contains the standard strong nail polish smell initially during application. Once dried, it brings out a pleasant scent that is refreshing. However the scent barely lasted for a day.
It started chipping in 2 days. It also does not dry quickly and feels thick and heavy even in 2 coats. It smudges easily.
The picture below was taken on day 2.
I am not sure about the other shades but Revlon Parfumiere Scented Nail Enamel Bordeaux is definitely not worth splurging. 350 bucks gone down the drain. I am very much happy with my Maybelline Color Show Nail Paints that retail for just 75 bucks with better pigmentation and quick dry properties. Disappointing Revlon.