Revlon Transforming Effects Topper Nude Graffiti

This is my first experience using Revlon’s newly released Nail Enamels and Transforming Effects Toppers. Be sure to check out my previous post for more Revlon launches.

For this manicure, I paired the Nail Enamel in Coy with the new Transforming Effects in Nude Grafitti for obvious reasons, they match. The match is a baby pink lover’s dream come true.

Revlon Nail Enamel in Coy took 3 layers to reach the type of opacity I’m satisfied with, therefore I recommend using it with a ridge filler or coloured base coat underneath. It’s a milky baby pink shade with a cream finish which goes on smoothly and dries in a couple of minutes. The formula was not streaky.

Next, there is the Transforming Effect in Nude Graffiti. It has a mix of silver, pink and white particles in stick, hexagonal and small circle shapes. As with most glitters, you need a bit of a tapping approach to make sure to coerce shapes into the right place sometimes. Other than that, two coats should suffice for a good amount of coverage.

Revlon Nail Enamel in Coy and Transforming Effects Topper Nude Graffiti


Revlon Nail Enamel in Coy and Transforming Effects Toppers in Nude Graffiti


Revlon Nail Enamel in Coy


Revlon Nail Enamel in Coy


Revlon Transforming Effects Toppers in Nude Graffiti

I have also tried the toppers in Matte Pearl Glaze and Gold Glaze – be on the look out for those. I prefer them over the graffiti type glitters in this collection and in general.

I’m a huge fan of glitter this time of year. What do you think of nail polish toppers for the holiday season?


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