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Revlon Autumn Spice

So I made a completely random stop by Rite Aid the other day, and FINALLY found the Parfumerie Collection from Revlon! I picked up a couple of shades, and this one screams pumpkinsautumnnutmeg...

Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice

Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice

Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice

Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
2 Coats Revlon Parfumerie Autumn Spice
1 Coat Borghese Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

This is a GREAT shade for fall. Autumn Spice is a warm, rich, brown with glass flecks that flash gold and a little bit of pink. You get more of the pink flash in the bottle, but it is slightly noticeable at certain angles on my nails. There's a lot of richness, depth, and shimmer going on here.

And then there's the scent.

Each Revlon Parfumerie shade is scented. The names of the polish describe not just the color, but the scent packed in each of those adorable square bottles. I mean... just LOOK at them. I want a wall full of them in every color of the rainbow! (Revlon, can you hear me?!?)

Autumn Spice is actually just what you'd expect from a candle with the same name. There's pumpkin, nutmeg, and maybe a tiny dash of cinnamon mixed with a warm vanilla. Honestly, I was worried that the scent would be overpowering, but it's not at all. I'm scentsitive, (see what I did there?) so this was a pretty big gamble for me. There are sooooo many perfumes that give me headaches that it's not even funny. I got a migraine and almost threw up from a Hazelnut candle that was lit for under an hour. True story!

So yeah... I'm really digging this polish, and I'm eager to try the others I picked up. I'm even wondering if I can do a layering that will look awesome AND smell delicious. 'Cause I live on the edge and all that. :)

I haven't popped over to CVS to see if they have these in stock, but I'm hoping to get over there tomorrow. I have a few things I'm looking for, and then it's seriously time for an extended No-Buy. I'm thinking at least 2 months this time, if not more. (Wish me luck, I'll need it!!!)

Have you spotted any Revlon Parfumerie polishes?


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