Sunday, September 8, 2013

Revlon Brilliant Strength Enamor (Review and Swatch)

I seriously love Revlon's new Brilliant Strength nail polish line. It claimed to have a built-in base and top coat which means you don't need base coat AND top coat with this. I personally think this is super awesome for people on the go and need to get their manicure done in no time! Enamor is a pretty and girly baby pink cream, a bit deeper than Revlon Colorstay Cafe Pink, 2 coats will give you an opaque and glossy finish ( I went for 3 coats here in the picture and sorry my manicure was not my best, the picture was from 3 months ago). The drying time is pretty fast, at least faster than I expected. Formulation is very smooth and not streaky.

The packaging is the same as Revlon's ColorStay line. The brush is wide and flat with a slight curve that makes the application way smoother and quicker than typical Revlon's nail polish brushes. I'm really glad that Revlon finally improved their brushes! One con - price,  which is definitely overpriced for drugstore polishes (I think CVS sells this for 8.49 or 8.99). Luckily there are sometimes sales on drugstore polishes, so shop around and give it a try!

Readers, have you tried any polishes from Revlon's Brilliant Strength line? What's your favorite?


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