Friday, February 1, 2013

Swatches and Review: Revlon - Girly

Good day everyone...

I've got a post today!!! Yahooo!!!!

The polish in this post became a lemming of mine when I saw swatches in the nail world. I was like, "It looks like something I've seen before, but I gotta have it".

I found it at walmart and picked it up! This is Revlon - Girly. 

It is a lavender based polish bombarded with a ton of glitters in different colors.

For my swatches, I layered 2 coats of Girly over Zoya - Julie, a lavender purple polish. 

Here's an up-close picture. It's like a sandwich of Glitters!!

It's lovely once again that Revlon, a big company made a polish that looks so appealing. 
I didn't bother wearing this on it's own, but I love my finished result I got by layering it. 

DO you own this? 

And Ah! Yes, this reminds me of Above The Curve Nail Polish - Grapevine.
Girly is certainly much more loaded in glitter than that one though. 

Thoughts sugars? 
That's it for now, Till Later, God Bless. 


10 comments :

  1. Looks great on you! I love that you paired it with Julie.

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  2. This is so pretty on you! It looks like one polish, too, Julie makes the perfect base for it.

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    1. Thank you dear. . Yeah. . I love how they blended in together.

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  3. I can not find this polish anywhere! (small town problems) Lol This is definitely on my list of must-buy polishes!

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    1. Ugh. . That's sad. . There were a couple left at my walmart. You could send me an email if you want me to pick up for you. . Swap or paid for. . :-)

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