Revlon Perfumerie Wintermint, Dupe For Deborah’s Mermaid’s Dream…?

Hello friends !!

I have another one of the Revlon Perfumerie member.. This one is called the “Wintermint” and it smells well … Minty ….???

Many people have called it a dupe for popular Deborah Lippmann’s Mermaid’s Dream. I found this comparison post really useful.

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Courtesy Pixel’s Polish

These were taken indoors in direct winter sun. Great formula, easy application. The pictures are 3 coats without a top coat. Smell is bearable, not great, not bad. This is a sea foam color with suspended blue round glitter bits, clearly transferred to nail with no issues. It has tiny specks of golden glitter that shimmer in a silver base, although it’s visible in the bottle I didn’t see it transfer to the nail.

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Finally, picture taken in shade, indoor with winter sun lighting the room..

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So overall: I won’t complain about formula or ease of application. The drying time was a bit longer than usual Revlon Nail Enamel. But unfortunately it applies lighter on nail than color in bottle and I was not pleased with the way it went against my skin tone 😦

Thanks for reading …
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