Revlon recently added onto their nail polish empire with new Parfumerie Nail Enamels, a new scented series of lacquers.
This isn't the beauty brand's first crack at smell-good formulas for our fingertips. Scented polishes have popped up in the past, but they were aimed at tweens with colors like Bubble Gum, Orange Pop and Cotton Candy. But now our manicured hands will look and smell even more fabulous with Revlon's latest olfactory products, a 24-shade collection available in December.
Total Beauty said the range contains two complementing vibrant color duos. The Paradise set includes a bold red shade called China Flower and a pastel pink hue dubbed Pink Pineapple. The offering also includes the Indulgent set, with a wine-colored shade, Bordeaux, and the silver hue, Spun Sugar. The range celebrates many great nail trends including metallic and oxblood talons.
Bottled in vintage feeling "flacons," the formulas contain essential oils that "impart a mild-yet-noticeable aroma." The polishes are divided into three categories: woody Sweet & Spices, crisp and clean Freshes and oriental Fruits & Florals. The lacquers' fragrances are said to last 24 hours, giving off a light aroma that won't overwhelm the senses.
We hear the hue, Italian Leather, is a khaki green with pale copper shimmer. The highly pigmented formula dries to a glossy finish, and has a gummy fruit candy scent. Wild Violets is a dark, cool-toned purple lacquer, with a blue shimmer and a floral aroma. And Wintermint is a shimmery metallic seafoam green, with a very minty scent.
Each shade is priced at only $10 bucks, available at select drug stores right around the holidays. Revving up for Revlon's perfumed nail polishes? Sniffing out the lacquers as great stocking stuffers? Let us know in the comments section below!
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