Monday, March 18, 2013

Revlon Enrapture

   I hope everyone had a good St. Patrick's Day yesterday.  Sorry I don't have a green polish to show you today.  I didn't plan well when swatching recently.
   Revlon recently added a new line to their polish collections.  The new Brilliant Strength line has a strengthening formula to help prevent breaks and britlleness.  They also feature a built in protective base and top coat.  According to the Revlon website anyway.  The bottle shape is the same as the Colorstay line, but with white caps instead of black.

   Enrapture is a burgandy/mauve shade with gold shimmer.  There is also some blue and orange/copper micro-glitter in the mix.  This is close to a metallic finish, but not quite one.  There's a touch of frostiness and therefore shows brushstrokes.  Formula and application were good though and I only needed 2 coats for full coverage.  I used Finger Paints base coat and no top coat for these swatches.  The brush is a paddle style brush, but a smaller one than some other brands use, so it's not as bad or hard to use.

Direct Sun

Indoor Natural Light

Indoor with Flash

   I'm not a huge fan of the color, it's too dated and matronly for me.  However, I would like to try other shades in this line based on the formula and application I experienced with Enrapture.

Disclaimer: The product(s) in this post were provided to me for consideration.

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