Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Revlon CitrusZING




Revlon CitrusZING
I remember really loving this polish because it was my first duochrome.  The application wasn't great, but for a nine-year-old polish, what can I expect?  It dries slowly (something that seems to be fairly common amongst older polishes) but the color is still really fun.  In some lights, its purple, and in others, its gold.


The bottle looks so purple, but the polish is predominately gold.


This picture kind of shows how the color changes depending on how the light hits it.  See the hints of purple around the edges and on my middle finger?

Have a nice Wednesday!

6 comments:

Tuli said...

Nine years and it still works ? that's impressive....lol
I love this color, it is so unique !

Brooke said...

I know, I was surprised too! and the consistency is pretty similar to what I remember it being (slightly thick). I have a lot of polishes older than this one that still work well too - I think a lot of it has to do with how airtight the bottles are. But I do have a few that have dried up over the years :( Thanks for the compliment - it is a REALLY unique color! :)

gildedangel said...

That is a great color, I can't believe how old it is!

Brooke said...

haha, thanks! I have a lot of old polishes... I actually have one that is over 20 years old and still works (it was my first polish)!

Lyra said...

OMG that is one old polish! Fabolous color :)

Brooke said...

hahaha, yeah it is. I've been really impressed with how long most of my polishes last, actually.

 
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