|Would buy this product again.||81%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I purchased this polish as "Scandalous", which contains large and small fuchsia glitters with a black base. This is one that you can wear on its own because the base colour is so pigmented. For me I was good with 2 coats. It looked mostly black to me, however depending on how I look at my nails the fuchsia glitter really comes through. This is a polish I like wearing in the colder months. On the 4th day I started to get chipping, so lasting power was pretty standard for me. Removal was frustrating and took longer than usual due to the glitters, but it's the price we pay for glitter-iness :)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I don't usually wear hexagon glitter polishes. And, I don't usually wear Revlon. They never seemed to move me above my other polish brands. It seems they stepped up to the plate though and have been bringing out some really great colors and even dupes that I really enjoy.
This one I got for a friend who had been hunting in her own state with out luck so I figured I would help her out as we have plenty in my own. Before I put them in the box however I grabbed one and swatched it onto one of my nails... then another and other. I ended up completing all of my nails and couldn't stop staring. I had to go back out to get her another bottle as I had claimed it for my own. lol It was a big surprise, especially from Revlon.
If you don't normally go for this but want some fun TRY IT. The price is right and you may find you really like it, like I did.
I did not need a base color for this. The dark jelly held it's own. The formula is perfect. I never had to fish for glitter or the tiny glitter either. It goes on the nail even dispersing the glitter with out any issue. Not too much, not too little. Which surprised me, I expected to have to go fishing. With the dark jelly of this polish, the color of the glitters it just needs a nice top coat and you will get wonderful depth. I now have both of their versions. Facets of Fuchsia and Scandalous which are the same color but when I see it on sale I grab it up. It's one of the first Revlon colors I ever hoarded because I am in love with it.
So from a person who never really liked Revlon, or hexogon glitters, or dark colors this polish opened my eyes that not all of them are the same. It may look over whelming when you pick up the bottle but trust me. Give it a go. It's not as crazy as it looks. But... crazy enough to love it.
It's a keeper for me.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I got this as "Scandalous," which is the reboot of the color into Revlon's permanent collection. It's gorgeous, though I wish the glitter was as abundant on the nail as it looks in the bottle. No shock that it's a PAIN to remove (damn glitter polishes! *shakes fist*), but that wouldn't deter me from wearing it. I probably won't wear it again until fall/winter, because it's SO vampy, but it's still amazing... My next Revlon adventure will be Whimsical!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is a very pretty nail polish! They changed the name to "Scandalous", and it consists of fuchsia hexagonal glitter, and smaller glitter of the same color in a black base. I love layering this over my Wet 'n' Wild polish in "Night Prowl" because it's a fuchsia micro glitter polish in a black base. I love the big and small glitter in this Revlon polish. Overall, very nice nail polish!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I always layer this polish over a dark purple or black nail polish. It's gorgeous as is, but it also looks really good with a matte top coat.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
i LOVE this nail polish. i am a nail polish junkie and wasn't really interested in trying drugstore polishes, but purple is my favorite color so when i saw this polish, i wanted to try it out. i have to say that i'm very impressed with revlon nail polishes. i know some reviewers were saying that it's not opaque enough, but i never wear glitter polish on its own. i start with a colored base color and put the glitter on top. with that being said, if you use this method, you will only need one coat of the glitter for opacity. it's strange, bc the polish itself is very watery and i can see why people were having problems when applying directly to the nail and not getting the color payoff. however, when paired on top of another color, it doesn't even matter what base color you use (i've tried black, dark purple, light purple, beige) it consistently gives me the color in the bottle. i love the different size particles of glitter...who needs deborah! this definitely needs a top coat to speed up the drying and lasting power. and all glitter polishes are a pain to remove...i haven't tried a single one that wasn't, so i can't blame revlon for that (using 100% acetone definitely helps) but seriously...i love this!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is a really gorgeous nail polish. I get opacity with 2 coats. The only thing I can't stand is the consistency!!! When I put it on my nails, it forms into this weird jelly texture after it sits for a couple of minutes, and this jelly takes 20-30 min to fully dry (with just one coat on!). It's soooo annoying. But the color is amazing so I grin and bare it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this after seeing a picture of it on Tumblr. In the bottle, the color is gorgeous, but it took me 4 coats on my nails to achieve that result. To top of that, it looked messy, and needed a few extra coats of top coat to make it shiny and smooth looking. It chipped by the second day, and when I tried to take it off it was a MESS. Even using acetone, the glitter would not come off. Will not repurchase, and probably will not use again either.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Brown
I received this nail paint in a swap, I had wanted to try it for a while. But I absolutely hate the euro prices of Revlon, Maybelline and other American drugstore brands. So I refuse to buy anything from these brands on purpose.
The consistency is very watery, you will need to put 3-4 coats to get the full impact. When I 1st tried my nails were very short and it didn't look very good during the day. But then I put it on my longish nails, I looked better.
I am not totally blown away so will not purchase again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Absolutely beautiful dupe of DL's Bad Romance. I'm excited I was able to find this on the shelves at my local drugstore. Application is easy, but requires about 4 coats as the formula is much more liquid-like than the other brands.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
My sweety picked this up for me just because. He knows better than to buy me flowers. lol. At first glance I thought this polish was not very pretty & that it would go on some ugly sheer black looking thing on my nails but thank goodness for reviews otherwise I was going to return it. I got impatient and applied 3 coats right away to see what it was all about. It looked great! Just like the other reviewers said it turned opaque in 2-3 coats. It is very punky/goth. Not usually style but I like it. This is the type of polish that does take awhile to dry between coats though. I had to change my baby's diaper about 5 minutes after my last coat so of course it put big dents in 4 of my nails. I am giving it another go today but waiting a good half hour between coats this time and hopefully it won't dent. I can already tell that it is going to work out nicely. What a fun polish! I also love that it is a dupe for some high end polish mentioned in another review. If I had all the money in the world I would still not dish it out for the high end stuff when the ds polishes do a great job making dupes.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I really love this polish! Personally I've always been a fan of glitter suspended in dark or black jelly base (China Glaze Mummy May I, Ick a Body, Lubu Heels) and FoF is similar but with large hex glitter mixed in with small, which gives an awesome effect!. I can't compare it to DL Bad Romance because I don't own it.. but FoF is a lovely polish in its own right. Its opaque in 2-3 coats.. vampy, edgy, chic and very feminine. I really like it and hope that Revlon continues to impress with their new polishes. Highly recommend it and would definitely purchase again =)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I got this polish after hearing such good things about it and how its a dupe for Deborah Lippman's "bad romance" polish. The polish itself is black with purpley-magenta glitter. There are some smaller fine glitters and then larger ones. Upon first application it doesn't look like anything special but once you put the second coat on its beautiful. It's opaque with 2 coats and you can still see the glitters. It's affordable at about $4 a bottle. I wouldn't purchase it again because I want to try out different glitter polishes. Revlon's blue mosaic is next on my list.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
What a gorgeous polish. It gets so many compliments! I have several Lippmann polishes, but since this seems to be a spot-on dupe of Bad Romance, I don't need to buy that one. I wish it wore a little bit better, but overall I like the formula and the brush. Revlon has really stepped up their game in the nail polish arena.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I found this at Ulta in store. I had read reviews of this already and thought I might not like this polish. I'm not a big black polish girl. However, this one was so pretty and easy to apply. I've never tried a gel polish before. It applied like a dream and dried very quickly. The different sized sparkles really catches the eye. My husband noticed it and said how nice it looked. The best part is that it really lasted a long time with a base and top coat. It lasted over a week before I wanted to change out for something else. And, it was only a little harder to remove than typical polishes. There would be about two or three big chunks of glitter per nail that couldn't be removed with the cotton ball. I used my nails to scrape off the big chunks of glitter, but you could use a tool.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Beautiful color! Takes about 2-3 coats to get it the same color as it shows on the bottle. Never tried a polish like this before, with the black gel as the base. I was a little worried when I applied my first coat. But after the second the pretty-ness came out. A staple in my fall/winter polishes.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love this polish! I am obsessed with glitter polishes lately. Even though they are hard to get off, they also don't chip as easily. I like that this black without looking goth + glitter for grown ups (even though I don't really care if my glitter is grown up or not ~ I wear what I like). What I did to make application & removal easier is that after applying my base coat, I did a single coat of wet-n-wild #424 (black creme) & then a single coat of the Facets of Fuscia. I do this with all of my glitter polishes ~ I put an undercoat of a solid color that matches the base color of the glitter polish & then just one coat of the glitter polish. It makes removal a little easier, lol.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
really impressed with this polish due to the ability of the black gel background to stand out underneath the beautiful purple glitter and hexagonal overlay. i was able to achieve opacity in 3 coats, i do recommend using a top coat like Seche Vite to really bring out the brightness of the purple glitter.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I think this came as part of a special revlon collection. I saw it online once and quite liked it, so when I found it at the supermarket I couldn't help myself and got it. I was jut going to get some tomatoes! Anyway, I'm so glad I did. Upon research I found it's a dupe for Deborah Lippman's Bad Romance, which is about 20 dollars and impossible to get in Mexico. The polish is a black jelly with little and big hex fucsia glitter, it goes on smoothly and dries quickly. The base is not pigmented, so the glitter shows up great, but you have to apply several coats to get a nice result. I usually apply 3 coats, as well as a thick coat of topcoat. Removal can be a bitch, so base coat is a must to make it a bit easier and avoid getting glitter all over your hands. As far as stay power, I can't really say much. I'm very rough on my hands, so no polish lasts for a week without chipping. This one seems to last a bit longer than most, and because the texture is not supposed to be smooth, you can apply more on chips and it doesn't look that sloppy.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Fine Eyes: Blue
Awesome! Very dupe-y to the Lippmann polish and so much cheaper. Great formula, great app, great wear and so pretty! I especially love this as a pedi. I have so many Revlon polishes in my stash now, they are really stepping it up as far as dupes and being on trend.