Nail Polish Junkie: Revlon Edition

I feel like it’s about time that I make the series “Nail Polish Junkie”, where I show pictures of my nail polish stash.  I love all of my colours, so why not do a series of posts where I show them, by brand, with pictures of the entire collection, and highlight some of my favourite colours.

I may as well start with my Revlon colours, since it seems to be one of the quickest growing brands in my stash.  I started collecting Revlon colours about 2 years ago (I think I actually wore the colour “Sugar Plum”, on my toes, to the prom a couple of years ago – it was the Revlon polish that “started it all”).  But recently my stash started growing extremely quickly, especially when I discovered the Revlon warehouse/online sales.  Ooh, those things are dangerous to my wallet.

So let’s start with some of my favourites.  It really is hard to pick
some favourites from this particular collection, because Revlon has
really stepped up their game as of late.  In the past few months I have found that their
solid colors apply like a dream (one-coaters), and their glitter
combinations are just gorgeous.  Here are my top 6 (I couldn’t narrow it
down to 5).


(all swatches have 2 coats)

“Girly” (260)

“Heavenly” (770)

“Lemon Meringue” (scented polish)

“Spice It Up” (552)

“Facets Of Fucshia” (940)
“Iced Mauve” (151)

My Revlon Nail Polish Stash

Part 1 of my stash

Part 2 of my stash
Swatch sticks

*Phew*, and that’s my Revlon stash – although I’m sure it will be growing in the near future, because I have GOT to get my hands on “Elusive”, and “Divine”.

Comment below, and tell me what was the first Revlon polish that “started it all” for you.


1 Comment

  1. October 26, 2013 / 7:05 pm

    The Lemon Meringue one looks so pretty! And it's scented, too — even better! I don't have that many Revlon polishes but I do love their matte top coat 🙂

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