Revlon POSH Nail Polish Swatch & Review
You’ve met Revlon “Royal”, now meet Revlon “Posh”.
Revlon “Royal” is an incredible cobalt blue jelly true to it’s “Royal” name.
(Review and swatches for this polish can be seen HERE)
I picked up the two of these when I was on the hunt for the OPI Spiderman Collection. They were two polishes that I had on my wishlist for a very long time, and both ended up living to my high expectations.
Revlon “Posh” is different. Unique. A primary green that reminds me of fox hunt needlework pillows and makes me feel like I should be wearing argyle in London. So for me, personally, I find this one’s name very fitting.
SEE SWATCHES AND MORE AFTER THE JUMP!!
POSH gives good formula. This primary green is an opaque cream which covers VNL in two coats. It is the usual Revlon bottle, with the usual Revlon brush.
ON TO THE SWATCHES!
All swatches are of two coats, plus one coat Seche Vite Topcoat.
Wear-time was also excellent, although that’s always incredibly individual from person to person.
What I loved most was how extremely self-leveling this formula is. That’s the only pick-up line a polish needs. It dries fast, is about one shade darker on nail than in bottle and is hyper-pigmented (but does not stain!).
So I give two very, tea drinking, fish and chips eating, argyle loving, fox hunt sock wearing, poshly sophisticated and stylish thumbs up.