Happy Monday! Today I bring you a quick review of the new Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel in Pink Pineapple. I picked this shade up on a whim last week, not knowing what to expect or what the smell would be like [I had not read any reviews prior to making my purchase].
Pink Pineapple is a light, creamy pink shade – more opaque than Essie’s Ballet Slippers, slightly lighter than Essie’s Fiji. The product claims that the shades “go on smoothly for flawless color” and that the fragrance is detectable once the polish dries. When I painted my nails I applied two coats of Pink Pineapple, and then applied my Butter London Top Coat overtop.
The sweet, vanilla-pineapple scent was noticeable immediately after I applied my first coat. I quite like the scent, but I could imagine that those who aren’t big on sweet fragrances would be put off by it. I painted by nails on Thursday, and by Saturday the scent was very faint.
Pink Pineapple is an opaque pink with two coats, although once dried there were a few noticeable streaks on a couple nails. My nails are still chip-free, which I think is partially due to the Butter London top coat, so I would be interested to see how the polish does when worn on its own.
Overall, I am pleased with the Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel, and am interested in picking up a couple of the darker shades like Autumn Spice and Bordeaux!