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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Victorian

I'm so excited about today's post! Revlon Just Tinted- Victorian.

This polish is so much fun! I really enjoyed working with this. The formula is really interesting. It dries matte, but slapping a top coat on it gives you the most amazing finish! I'll just go ahead and say, I'm really inexperienced with how to apply these kinds of polishes. I used four coats and then the top coat. I know you more experienced bloggers are probably laughing at me. I need some practice. I know that if this is applied correctly, four coats won't be needed. So never fear! I just don't know what I'm doing. :)
What do y'all think?




9 comments:

Vanessa said...

Wow, I really love this colour. I haven't seen any of the Just Tinted polishes around where I live yet, but I can't wait because I really like them!

DesertNails8 said...

I bought this same polish and it's really sheer, I'm amazed at how you got it to come out. Mine just looks like a sheer tint. This color looks good on you.

Olivia C. said...

Vanessa- Thanks! I hope you find them soon! :)

DesertNails8- I used four coats, so maybe that's why I had a better luck with it. How many coats did you use? I kinda had a hard/weird time with the formula. I think I need more practice. :) Thanks for checking out my blog.

Toesthattwinkle! said...

I think its a very pretty color on you! I hate using 4 coats

Olivia C. said...

Toesthattwinkle- Thanks! Ugh, I hate using four coats, too.

Deb said...

It's pretty, but four coats would drive me a bit crazy as well. I think these are meant to just be a hint of sheer color on the nails. However, most hardcore nail polish junkies I now tend to like opaque polishes and no visible nail line.

Olivia C. said...

Deb- Yeah, I think so, too. It was a little confusing. But I still kinda like it.

ABOP (laquerlove on MUA) said...

It looks absolutely gorgeous on you! I have no fear of visible nail line, so I just put on coats until I like the way it looks :)

Olivia C. said...

ABOP- Thanks! And I'm the same way, vnl really doesn't bother me. :)