Revlon Spice It Up Nail Enamel

So you know how yesterday I mentioned the limited edition Revlon Spice It Up collection for holiday 2011 also had some cool nail enamels? Well I got two of them for ya today!

There are eight total in the collection, but I happen to think these are the stunners. ­čśë

  • Vanished – Pale bronze-y gold shimmer
  • Ignite – Bright shimmery orange
  • Mistletoe – Deep evergreen with shimmer
  • Cheers – Soft pale pink
  • Glitz Glam – Glittery raspberry
  • Snow Bunny – Shimmery icy white
  • Spice It Up – Shimmery brick red
  • Decadent – Shimmery royal purple

These are all Top Speed Fast Dry enamels, which I don’t mind because they do dry super speedy and seem to last as long on me as anything else. Both were a medium consistency and just two coats.

Revlon Spice It Up Nail Enamel 2
Decadent, Mistletoe

Revlon Decadent
Decadent

Decadent is a red-toned bright purple with heavy blue shimmer. So pretty. So rich. So mesmerizing. So…un-unique? Some that are similar are SpaRitual Instinct, Wet n Wild Sea Witch, Wet n Wild Eggplant Frost and Bloom Josephine. Even though it’s not unique it’s gorgeous. I had very minor brush stroke issues with it, but overall, very nice!

Revlon Mistletoe
Mistletoe

Mistletoe is a deep evergreen shimmer. The base is a dark murky evergreen and the shimmer is mostly green and gold. It’s a really, really gorgeous green. It reminds me a little bit of BB Couture Posse, but it’s definitely not a dupe. The color I have the closest to this is Diamond Cosmetics Never So Evergreen, but again, not quite a dupe. This one is murkier and darker and the gold shimmer is more prominent and closer to the surface.

Availability: Ulta, Drugstores.

Pricing: $5-6.

Now that you have seen Mistletoe and Decadent nail enamels, what do you think about them? Pretty enough to hunt down?

-Kelly

Written by Kelly
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