Revlon Girly

10:53:00 PM mandy 19 Comments

Aren't I on a blogging roll this week! Here's another post before March ends. (I noticed I would have had only published 4 posts. Not that I'm the very superstitious type or anything but I just like to avoid the number 4. It's the Chinese in me lol)
Girly looks really pretty in the bottle. A soft blue pink with blue, magenta, silver glitters and tons of smaller purple and coral/pink glitter specks floating around.
This is only showing 1 (light) layer. I'm sure if you layered the polish the pink base color will show even more prominently. But do keep in mind the pink base is the sheer jelly type so don't expect too much. For me, it is one of those 'my nails but better' pink colors. If you're going to apply a light layer like I did, it is hard to get an even coat of the glitters. I had to fish around for them a little bit. The main reason why I didn't apply a thicker coat of the polish or put more layers on was just because glitter polishes are so darn hard to remove! Any great tips to share? I'd love to hear how to easily remove a glitter polish.

19 comments:

  1. ohh i have this revlon polish too!! and i love it.. it always reminds me of confetti cake haha!! love love it!

    ohh most of my trendy "leather" pieces are all faux leather.. i only really invest in real leather for classic leather jackets.. for all my affordable faux leather pieces i generally look to zara's but i've been hearing f21 has been producing some lately too :)!

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    1. That's what I assumed lol But I still find it difficult to find faux leather pieces that I really like. Thanks for the suggestions!! :D

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  2. Looks cute on your nails. Have you tried the foil method to remove the glitters? Basically, you just soak some cotton balls in acetone, place it on top of your nail and use foil to wrap it. Keep it on for 5 minutes and that should get the glitter out easier.

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    1. I haven't heard of this method before. Thank you for the suggestion! It seems so simple too.
      I'll have to try it when my nails are strong enough for nail polishes again :T

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  3. Your nails look pretty with that polish! And I've heard of some ways to remove glitter easily, but I haven't tried them out yet.

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  4. super cute nails with the sparkly flakes! xo
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  5. Hi Mandy...just want to stop by and say hi...it has been awhile.

    Very cute polish color. Polish in general is easier to remove after a warm shower.

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    1. So glad to hear from you!! Thank you for the suggestion! I have always removed polish before the shower lol Will have to switch up the routine the next time then :P

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  6. It's definitely girly and pretty xx

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    1. Yup! My most girly polish yet xP

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    1. Me too! My polish finish of choice lately.

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  8. aw... sad you have to fish around for glitters... I don't like glitter polishes like that >.< it's cute though! matches your bracelet :P

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    1. I think I was only fishing around for the glitters because I was applying a very light layer of the polish xD

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  9. Such a gorgeous color.. I'm so into revlon nail polishes x

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