Revlon Whimsical

7:45 PM Laura 1 Comments

And today I owe another beautiful woman a massive thank-you for being so fantastic. A Polished Touch was kind enough to hunt Revlon Whimsical and Naughty (apparently a Perplex lookalike, who was in turn a dupe for Chanel Paradoxal) for me when I commented on how beautiful Whimsical was and how disappointed I was that I couldn't find it. And as a surprise, she threw in Joe Fresh Twilight! OMG! Holy freaking amazing, Batman!

So another THANK YOU I LOVE YOU YOU'RE THE BEST EVER to A Polished Touch for being snazztastic.

And here is this beauty in all her glory: Revlon Whimsical.

I did one... or maybe two... ohgod I don't rememberrr... let's say 1.5 coats of Whimsical over Butter London Lady Muck, which is a beautiful grey-blue shimmer.

Whimsical is seriously the cutest thing ever. It reminds me of cotton candy and lollipops and marshmallows and fluffy little kittens. And the name! Oh goodness, the name is adorable. I love everything about this polish. It is gloriously beautiful and I plan to try it over many different bases just for giggles.

Oh, and then I mattified it... yeah, I kinda wish I hadn't 'cause I liked it better shiny, looking back at it now in pictures. Whenever I mattify things, I always ending up liking the shiny version better in the end. *sigh*

So, what do you think? And while we're at it, let's hear it for RAOKs! A Polished Touch and Polish Amor made my world a little a LOT brighter. :)

So let's share the warm fuzzies. What's the nicest thing someone's done for you?

1 comment:

  1. This is beautiful! I saw it at my local jewel but couldn't being myself to buy it but maybe I'll go back and get it!


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