The Revlon Scented Polishes are polishes that dry to light fragrance. If you smell them while they are in the bottle you’ll get a small hint of what the fragrance will be, however, that will be masked with the typical “nail polish” smell. Once dry, you’ll be able to get a whiff of the true fragrance occasionally. The Revlon Scented Polishes are available in 24 different scents wherever Revlon products are sold near you.
Ease of Application
This particular shade of Revlon Scented Polish has glitter specs throughout. Usually when it comes to polishes with glitter in them, I have a hard time applying them. This was not the case with this polish. It applied smoothly with no snagging and the glitter went over the nail bed evenly. Also, the polish dried quickly to be able to apply the second coat.
Score: 10 out of 10
The first coat of the Wintermint Revlon Scented Polish went on very patchy and was super light. The second coat did even out the patchiness and make the color a bit more vibrant. However, I hate when the first coat of polish isn’t even passable as wearing.
Score: 6 out of 10
The feel of the Wintermint Revlon Scented Polish is very similar to a textured polish like an OPI Liquid Sand or Zoya Pixie Dust, just without as much graininess. I personally like the texture of the polish, however, if you don’t like the feel of textured polishes you can use a top coat to make this glossy. The drawback though is that you will lose the scent that is there.
Score: 8 out of 10
The lasting power of the polish itself was typical of a drugstore nail polish. What I really want to discuss here is the lasting power of the scent. The Wintermint scent smells like a mint chewing gum when it first dries. After awhile the scent starts to fade away, however, a bit of it does last for quite awhile. It doesn’t last no where near long enough if your drugstore charges above $7 for this. If you can find it for around $5, especially during a BOGO 1/2 off sale, then it’s perfect.
Score: 5 out of 10
Overall – 7 out of 10
One Coat of Polish
Two Coats of Polish