The Revlon Nail Enamel Holochrome collection is on point and on trend! For fall metallic is the way to go in order to make your nails stand out and pop like no one’s business. Think bronze, silver and sparkling color tints that resemble the night sky.
Revlon’s mirror-like metallic nail lacquer gives nails a sleek salon-inspired finish in an absolute stunning futuristic and holographic finish. This collection comes in 8 gorgeous shades that are specially formulated with micro-foil pigments. This ensures that your nails will dazzle and shine bright from every angle!
Now as many Revlon fans know, Revlon nail enamel comes with a cute name as well as an identification number. Here is a list detailing the fan favorite enamels from the Holochrome collection! To make it even easier we have included a brief description; plus here is a pic of them provided by Revlon via Raymond Meier; that showcases each tone beautifully.
- Amethyst Smoke (120) An awesome duochrome polish that morphs between a purple and like an olive green tone.
- Unicornicopia (110) -Purple rain, purple rain!
- Hologasm (100) -Your nails will be your beauty knight in shining armor with this silver!
- Blushing (125) – A beautiful glittering rosy pink.
- Gilded Goddess (130) -Get the Midas Touch with this golden shade.
Sold? Well, you can get you some from the Revlon site as well as other online beauty retailers. Now unfortunately, we can not give you an exact price. For some reason it seems as though every retailer is charging something a little different. However, we can report that the average price retails between $3-$8.
Revlon Holochrome Shade in “Molten Magic”
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