Revlon - Elusive

Hi everyone!!

I have a polish from Revlon's Fall 2013 Evening Opulence collection to share with you today.  I discovered this beauty at Target and it's the only one from the collection that I picked up.

Elusive is a black base with green hex and microglitters.  It has a slightly streaky first coat, but it levels out with the second coat.  It also dries matte.  Here are two coats on its own.

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And here it is with top coat.  I added Nubar Diamont.

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Elusive is such a stunning polish with the top coat.  I'm in love!!  What do you guys think of it?  Did you get any polishes from this collection?
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21 comments:

  1. I find that the large glitters drag a bit on the nail when I'm on to the second coat. Looks great over a dark polish though!

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    1. Hmmm... I didn't have any problems with dragging.

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  2. I love the colour when it's matte! It just feels wintery/autumny to me. I'm really a sucker for matte polishes. :) I think Revlon's Emerald City would be beautiful for Autumn/Winter as well.

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    1. I think if I were a matte lover, I would like that version too.

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  3. This is beautiful! I wish I picked this one up. I love it with top coat!

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    1. Thanks. Hope you can still get it.

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  4. This is beautiful! The blue glitter really glows here too :)

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  5. I think I bought this and have yet to try it! I definitely prefer it with topcoat :-)

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  6. I have this one and I have to say without top coat I was meh. But with topcoat its amazing!!

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  7. I just picked this up too, excited to get it onto my nails

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  8. It really does look stunning with the top coat!

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  9. Ooh, I love this! I'm going to start casing the Revlon bins here immediately. :D

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  10. I love the way glitter looks when matte, but I'd probably gloss it up first only to mattify it after - more even surface that way ;).

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