Whoa, 555 followers! That's really awesome, thank you for entering the giveaway and following the blog!
I want to apologize for my lack of activity lately, it hasn't been my top priority to update the blog, so it's mostly been running on queued updates for the last little while. I've been behind on my comments as well and I want to apologize for the general lack of activity.
I've got a lot of photos to edit, lots of content! Lately, I've been more into nail art, rather than getting new polish. It's become a game of trying to improve my skill at dotting, taping and drawing tiny pictures. So if you like nail art, I hope you stick around!
And now for the polish:
Revlon Fire is a cool coral jelly with a very saturated colour payoff. I'm wearing 2 coats in this picture, yet the polish glows! The formula is smooth and easy to work with, just like Revlon Royal, making it a joy to apply. It dries relatively fast, but it's much less shiny without a topcoat. With a topcoat, however, it's amazing! A bold jelly and a beautiful bright polish. I ended up wearing it for longer than I intended to and it lasted for 3 days without chipping! Sometimes Revlon makes germs like this... among their hit and miss formulas, a few truly amazing polishes like this. Looks like it's new favourite red polish!
whoaaa gorgeous jelly! i need to check this one out next time, for some reason i thought royal was their only jelly cause that's the only one i ever hear about :O)ReplyDelete
Yeah it was a surprise discovery for me too! I thought Royal was the only good jelly, so this was a good find.Delete
OOH Loving the red jelly! I can't wait to see your nail art!ReplyDelete
Beautiful red jelly!ReplyDelete
ooh, that is one beauiful, sexy red. Look gorgeous on you!ReplyDelete
I love your nailart, I say keep it coming :) you have inspired so much of my manis. It's really awesome how a bit of dotting of tape can totally change the look of a mani or color I was getting bored of.
Thank you! I'm glad you're getting inspired, that's always the best!Delete
Love the color saturation!!ReplyDelete