Happy Pink Wednesday. :D
Today I have Revlon Just Tinted in Victorian, a delicately pigmented watermelon pink jelly. From experience I know just how translucent the Just Tinted polishes are so, rather than fight with the inevitable visible nail line (VNL) I decided to enhance it. Under my two coats of Victorian I applied two thin coats of China Glaze White Cap from their Spring Anchors Away collection to just my tips. The white shimmer with a gold glass fleck subtly enhances my white free edges and gives a very subtle sparkle under the polish, just at my tips when the sun hits my nails. I topped this manicure with Seche Vite.
In direct sun.
Stupid camera washed this colour out. *sigh* It is a little deeper than pictured, here.
Indoor natural light through my window. Look how squishy! :D
Revlon Just tinted in Victorian is a very translucent jelly, almost a syrup type polish. It is very delicately pigmented and to get to a fully opaque finish, I imagine a minimum of four or five coats would be necessary. It applies easily. Victorian is a little bit thicker than her sisters in this collection, making this polish even easier to work with. It doesn't run or try to flood my cuticles. It is a bit streaky. Even after two coats and a coat of Seche Vite, in macro you can see that is is a little streaky. It isn't obvious in person, tho so it isn't bothering me. More coats would, I imagine banish the streaks altogether. Dry time is pretty fast and this polish dries matte. If you want that delicious, squishy shine, you must apply top coat.
What do you think about the Just Tinted polishes? Do you own some? All of them? Love them? Please do tell.
Thank you so much for popping in. Have a great afternoon, stay cool and may your polish never bubble.