Revlon Brilliant Strength Nail Enamel in Inflame
Availability: Clicks, Dis-Chem, Edgars and selected pharmacies
What we say:
The biggest flaw I find with nail enamels is a poor texture – too runny or too thick and my manicure is ruined. The first thing I noticed about the Revlon Brilliant Strength Nail Enamel was its near perfect consistency. The nail enamel glided onto my nails smoothly, didn’t form bubbles and dried with a high shine.
I applied two coats as suggested and prepared myself for the long wait until my nails were dry, however to my surprise within 5 minutes the nail enamel was dry to the touch and after 10 minutes it was 100% dry. I noticed a few chips on my nails after two days, however I used a base coat even though the nail enamel contains a base coat, so it may not have adhered to my nails as well as it would have, had I skipped the additional coat.
Revlon has outdone themselves with their new Brilliant Strength Nail Enamel. I cannot wait to invest in more colours from their range (24 ‘Brilliant’ shades) and would highly recommend it anyone who, like me, wants a salon quality home manicure without the steep price tag.