Friday, 3 February 2012

Revlon - Facets of Fuchsia

Revlon's Facets of Fuchsia nail polish has been widely quoted as a dupe for Deborah Lippmann's infamous Bad Romance - a mixture of bright purple glitter and hexagon flecks suspended in black jelly.

This is on of those glitter polishes that is, dare I say, subtle. It is undeniably very dark, but when worn on short nails, it doesn't scream glitter, just adds a purple mood to the manicure.

Two coats

It is easy in application - opaque in two coats. As do most glitter polishes, it has an issue of being bumpy, and a "heavy duty" top coat is needed if you are determined to achieve an even finish. The polish wore well, with minimal tip wear. Almost equally important is the fact that this removed with no struggle, which is not often said about glitters.

So whether you are looking for Bad Romance on a budget, or would simply like an everyday-appropriate 'little bit of something', Facets are worth checking out! (See Superdrug for a £2 off Revlon nail polishes deal)

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