Awhile ago, Revlon Canada had a program called “Revlon Selects”- where a number of people in Canada were chosen to receive some new Revlon products to try and test and review! I’m sorry it took forever for me to go through them, due to lack of time!! These products included are Revlon Colorstay Ultimate Suede Lipstick in Backstage, Revlon PhotoReady Primer + Shadow in Metropolitan, Revlon Nail File, Revlon Nail Art MOON CANDY, and and Revlon Nail Art EXPRESSIONIST.
Today I want to show you Revlon Nail Art Moon Candy. This series of Nail Art features two types of polishes in a double lidded tube. One colour is a solid, creamy colour; and the other side is are flakes of glitter. I received a purple combination of colours which is 280 Orbit.
Revlon Nail Art Moon Candy™ allows you to get a gorgeous, iridescent effect inspired by outer space. The holographic glitter top coat is illuminated by the dark cream base coat, giving your nails a multi-dimensional look. The dual-ended package gives you everything you need to create a fun, cosmic look.
I do wish the brush of the polish was a little bit smaller as I was a bit messy in applying the polish. I love the pale purple glitter and it looks out of this world with the creamy polish, but several coats are needed to cover the nails with the glitter. The brush does not pick up enough of the flakes.
I definitely like the multi dimensional look of this and the nails reflect beautifully upon light. I added two coats of the holographic glitter top coat and a clear top coat (Avon) to smooth out the nitty grittiniess of the glitter. It looks like a dark blue under the top coat.
Have you tried the nail art from Revlon’s MOON CANDY line? Share your opinions below! 🙂
Disclaimer: Although these product were sent to me, all reviews and opinions are mine. I provide honest judgments as always.