I’m a sucker for packaging, and this one is no exception. I love these little bottles of nail polishes by Revlon they look so pretty on the counter I could of brought lots but decided on African Tea Rose as I wanted to see if what the formula was like before buying too many. This is one of Revlon’s scented varnishes, which is a bit of a gimmick, but unlike some others I have tried you can actually smell the perfume.
it goes on well in just two coats, and once it dries is when you can really smell the perfume on your nails, but I found it chipped after about two days even with my Sally Hanson top coat, which is a bit disappointing. Even on my toes which always last for ages, it starred to chip after a week. I have my eye on a couple more, even though I didn’t find them that long wearing, some of the colours are incredibly pretty.
Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel – Available from boots £6.49