I love this color but I think it's misnamed. It's more fuschia than plum IMO, but heck, it's gorgeous. I guess it's sort of a deepish plummy pink creme. I can still remember when I was first allowed to wear makeup and nail polish as a teen, and Revlon was my first. So I guess I will always have a love for Revlon, but I sure wish they would come out with weirder colors.
I am a bit disappointed with this one, only becuase its not as purple as it appears in the bottle. In the bottle, it's an electric purple, lookd like a very fun color to wear:)
After 2 coats, it's comes out a fuschia. Oh well, it's still a nice color, dries fast so i'll give it a 4. I will still buy Revlon polishes but won't repurchase thsi color again.
This is a very pretty violet/dark fushia color. I've always been a fan of Revlon polishes, so I had no streaking issues with this. I think it's a very flattering color on darker colored hands, but would probably look great on anyone. This is my new favorite color.
I really enjoy revlon's polishes. Maybe I am not as hard to impress as the poster below. I don't mind fruit named polishes, and while some of the polishes are similar hue families, they are still different enough to notice. I also noticed they tend to be very shiney--and the color stays on well. Seduction is a lovely violet color. At $3.88 @ wal-mart, you can't beat it. A smaller brush is fine with me, beause I have little tiny nails, and I am a very precise painter so I find them easier to control.
Plum Seduction is not a plum shade it reminds me of Koala Berry by OPI. In the bottle it's different and darker than it actually applies. It's a vibrant almost fuchsia color. I wish Revlon would stop naming their pink shades after fruit and I also wish they would come out with some unique pink shades. When It comes to Revlon most of their pink shades are not a far cry from cherry's in the snow. This polish would apply better if Revlon would make a bigger brush for application.