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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Revlon Heavenly - Swatches

So I am convinced that this is a dupe for Deborah Lippmann's Stairway to Heaven, even if I don't have it to do a comparison but this blogger was actually cool enough to do one. You can view it by clicking HERE. Plus after looking at several swatches of STH, I can't find any notable difference based on pictures.

Heavenly has a cloudy clear base with iridescent "squared" teal glitters and iridescent hex orange glitters. The formula was very thick and goopy but at the same time, picks up a decent amount of glitter on the first pass. I still found it too thick for my liking because it was rather hard to spread the glitters evenly. You should always have a bottle of nail polish thinner for cases like Heavenly. I added a few drops, shake it, and voila! Works like magic.

So on my middle finger I swatched Heavenly alone and on the rest of my fingers over a black nail polish. 

I've had a couple people mention that Heavenly looks like China Glaze Snow Globe, which I have, so I thought I would compare the two just in case you were wondering. Here's the macro shot of the two polishes. There's similarity in colors but the shape of the glitters are different.

On the nails, you can distinctively see the difference. Definitely not a dupe.

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  1. I love the chunky glitter look, and even though I have Snow Globe I love the sqaured off look of Heavenly :)

    1. Same here. I'm still happy for having both.

  2. This looks gorgeous! I've just started getting into glitter so this would make a great addition to my slowly expanding collection. Thanks for sharing x

  3. Ahhh...when Is singapore bringing in such amazing stuff like this! I swear this would work so well on a multitude of darker and lighter shades, I need this dear..

    1. I agree. This will look great on any nail polish. Hopefully, you will find it soon in your local stores.


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