Swatched: Revlon Parfumerie Spring 2014 Collection

We are super excited to share with you the Spring 2014 Parfumerie releases from Revlon! This line is scented, so each polish has a distinct smell (as opposed to the regular polish-y smell) when worn without a topcoat... and they also last! We got our hands on a few of the Fall releases, but we are definitely more excited about these as the mix of fresh and floral scents is right up our alley. All swatches are two coats with no topcoat.

First up is Ginger Melon, a classic bright pink creme with an amazing fruity scent. We're terrible at describing scents, but found that all of these fit their name's pretty well - so we suggest you imagine or go test them out for yourselves! This polish is a pretty classic colour in any collection, but if you're looking for a fun, scented alternative - this is your best bet!

Revlon Parfumerie Ginger Melon

Next up is Apricot Nectar, a bright punchy coral. This polish is both jelly and creamy (a hybrid, if you will) and looks great in two coats. We love this, and it actually is a pretty unique colour, almost a neon peachy coral.

Revlon Parfumerie Apricot Nectar

Next up is Lavender Soap, a shimmery lilac. We don't love the application of this, and we also don't really love a soapy scent. This was a bit patchy (as you can see...) but did reach almost opacity in two coats. Not our favourite, but theres always one in any collection that just doesn't do it for you.

Revlon Parfumerie Lavender Soap

Next up is Lime Basil, and while we didn't expect to love this colour - we actually all really liked it! This is a green creme polish that applies well, and didn't stain at all (our swatch looks patchy on the outside edge of the ring finger, but its a reflection!).  This is a unique colour in our collection, and will definitely get used in some nail art in the future - a definite recommendation if you're looking for a unique but fresh spring green.

Revlon Parfumerie Lime Basil

Orange Blossom is a bright orange creme-jelly hybrid that is glossy and applies super smooth! This is two coats and we have to say that we are pretty impressed. This fills a large gap in our collection and we are loving it. Definitely a recommendation - this shade is like a juicy orange for your nails. Who wouldn't want that?

Revlon Parfumerie Orange Blossom

Next up is Pink Pineapple - this is another polish with a spot on scent! This is a great colour (reminds us of Butter London's Teddy Girl, but slightly more jelly) and it is actually a great formula somewhere between a cream and a jelly. We love this polish colour, and would wear it all summer long - an instatan shade!

Revlon Parfumerie Pink Pineapple

Next up is Sunlit Grass, a bright bold yellow creme that represents a colour that is often overlooked by polish makers, in our opinion. This really brightened up our skin tone, and we would definitely wear it. The scent is not super grassy, and smells pleasant (to us!) - this applied nicely and had good coverage and opacity for such a bright colour in only two coats!

Revlon Parfumerie Sunlit Grass

We literally saved the best for last. The scent of Tropical Rain is actually tropical rain. It's indescribable, but so amazing. You definitely need this colour - application was a breeze (a tropical one). And the scent is super amazing. If you only buy one polish from this collection, go buy this.

Revlon Parfumerie Tropical Rain
Overall, we absolutely love this collection. Our only grievance is that the lid is a bit difficult to hold... so be wary that it may slip through your fingers and keep a tight grip. Other than that, a great release from Revlon. Let us know if you are picking any of these up - and if you already have, let us know how you like them!

Disclaimer: Some or all of the products mentioned in this post were provided by the company/PR in exchange for our honest review and consideration. All opinions are our own.


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