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Revlon Radiant Blue Mosaic (Glitter Nail Enamel)

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No nail art today. Just a simple swatch of this beautiful nail polish. All I did was apply a base coat under it. I did that with this glittery nail polish because it’s a blue-tinted clear base and a strong base coat under it draws more attention to the actual glitter. (in my opinion!)

Here are the polishes I used.

This polish is great simply because it really pops. I’m not a huge fan of blue polish but even I was impressed with this one. I couldn’t figure out what made it different until I looked closely. This polish is loaded with  fine light blue glitter throughout it. It also has larger white, light blue and green hexagon shaped glitter pieces in it. It’s the green pieces that I think really make it pop. I only needed two coats of this polish and it doesn’t chip easily. Plus, even though it’s loaded with glitter it doesn’t feel grainy on my nails. Topcoat is still advised for a shiny look though.

What do you think of it?

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Author: nailartforfunn

I'm an Irish girl working in Seoul, South Korea for the past few years. Nail art is my hobby and I love to experiment and try new techniques! Nailartforfunn is my baby, please come and check it out! :)

One thought on “Revlon Radiant Blue Mosaic (Glitter Nail Enamel)

  1. Ive been after that Revlon polish for a while but now that I have seen it swatched on you it looks very similar to a polish I already own. W7 – Mosaic.

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