I have another of Revlon's glitter polish offerings to share,
as a lovely commenter mentioned in my last Revlon polish review that Revlon have released this shade,
a beautiful blue -Radiant and re-released Facets of Fuchsia which is now called Scandalous,
which is great of you missed out the first time or simply adored it and want another bottle!

One of the newest additions to the Revlon Nail Polish line up is Sparkling
which is a light pink jelly base which features tiny flecks of pastel pink glitter
combined with large chunks of even more pink glitter.
I don't have a dupe in my stash for this shade but I'm pretty sure it's akin to China Glaze's Material Girl
but as this was a limited edition so to be honest mentioning this will be redundant for most,
sorry about that but you never know it could crop up in a blog sale or something?

As with most glitter polishes they do look best when applied over a similar toned polish,
I have chosen to layer it over Essie Cascade Cool which is a pretty perfect match
but I can imagine it to look just as wonderful over any pink or lilac polish for that matter,
I'm itching to try this over a white polish for a sugary pink manicure!
That being said you can of course layer the polish up on it's own - for full on glitter coverage
I found Sparkling to require around four coats which is about average but it does dry fairly slowly.
My application tip would be to blot this on rather than typically swiping it on,
this way the glitter seems to dispense more easily.

So what do you think about Revlon's Sparkling polish?

Revlon Sparkling Nail Enamel 14.7ml/£6.49 via Boots - link

Nail Polish Disclaimer - I no longer comment on the wear time as we all apply polishes differently (top/base coats etc) and as I change my polish almost daily sometimes several times a day due to swatching purposes I do not feel that I can fairly comment on wear time.