Revlon Facets of Fuchsia Review

There is a very good chance that I might be the last person on Earth to own this nail polish.Here is my review of Revlon Facets of Fuchsia !


It has been touted for several months as a dupe for a Deborah Lipmann polish and at £6.49 it’s a fair bit more affordable (as well as being easier for most people to get a hold of). The polish is an inky black jelly base packed with larger hexagonal fuchsia glitter and smaller sparkles as well. It takes 3 coats to become opaque but the effect of the jelly base means you can see the different sized glitters through the layers.

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Again please excuse the lack of actual nail watches. My hands are still looking rough as a badgers arse. The formula is easy to apply and doesn’t take much fiddling to get the glitter easily dispersed. Once on it wears well lasting 3 days on me which is virtually a lifetime by my standards.

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The downside? This is a complete bitch to remove. The glitter is practically welded to your nail. Do not try and remove it if you’re in a hurry! X


*Bought by me*

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