Revlon Starry Pink, Blue Mosaic & Facets of Fuchsia Nail Enamel Swatches & Review
Did you know that Revlon has three new glittery shades out in stores? I don’t know if there is a specific collection name or not since I cannot get them ro respond to me via email or Twitter (ahem) but here they are!
Starry Pink (pale ballerina pink), Blue Mosaic (blue glitter) and Facets of Fuchsia (purple & pink).
All three of these have both regular micro-glitter and larger hexagonal chunks of glitter. This means that the formula can be a pain because the larger chunks move around a lot if you don’t wait for them to “set” in-between coats. Not a huge deal, just something to be aware of. It can also be hard to get the larger chunks to wind up where you want them, but you can use a toothpick to place them if necessary.
Starry Pink is a very pale pink with micro and larger hexagonal silver glitter. Interestingly this is the one I expected to like the least but in fact I liked the most. I really like this soft pale pink milky base. It looks really nice with my skin tone and the silver glitter just adds some more fun to it. This was three coats. You can still see my nails tips but it’s fairly minimal.
Blue Mosaic is a very pale blue base (almost not even a color) with small blue glitter and larger silver and green hexagonal glitter. Hmm I’m not sold on this one. I wasn’t thrilled with how sheer the base was, which made it impossible to get complete nail coverage. There did seem to be more tiny glitter in this one than the other two though. This was three coats.
Facets of Fuchsia
Facets of Fuchsia is a blackened purple base with tiny fuchsia and larger hexagonal glitter. I am happy that the base on this one was dark and somewhat opaque, though I did need three coats. The glitter color is great also, I really liked it but somehow the overall look left me feeling “meh”. I dunno it’s kinda cool, kinda boring to me. Predictable? Who knows.
What do we think about these three colors? Any appeal to you?