Untrieds Month: Revlon Facets of Fuchsia
For my triumphant return, I bring you the second Revlon copycat I promised (see Anna, I told you there were two).
Revlon Facets of Fuchsia
I'm sure most of you know by now that this is a supposed dupe for Deborah Lippmann Bad Romance. We'll do the comparisons at the end of the post.
Now, I decided to wear this matte, but I only took one picture of it because of course, the sun was being ridiculous. So then I put topcoat on it and I think I like it better that way. This was after a whole day of wear, though, so keep that in mind.
Look ma, I got some sun!
This is 3 coats. Facets of Fuchsia has a very dark charcoal-brown base that is almost black, and fuchsia glitter made up of small circles and larger hexagons. It's quite pretty, really. I know some people layer it over darker polish to conserve it and make removal easier, but it wasn't terribly difficult. I do think it would look really smexy over a shimmering purple-burgundy color, though.
The formula was great, really easy to manage and the glitter didn't need a lot of manipulating to look evenly distributed. What can I say, it's a fabulous polish!
And now, here are some comparisons with it's doppelganger, Bad Romance. Since I am cheap and not in possession of this glorious beauty, let me refer you a comparison by Kayla Shevonne, here.
That's actually the only comparison I could find when I googled for them, but I feel like there must be more out there. Anyway, I feel like the differences are totally negligible and Facets of Fuchsia is a great dupe for Bad Romance. How about you?