For Spring 2011, Revlon released a collection called Bloom With Captivating Color for Spring (longest collection release title ever).While it is a Spring collection, I picked this up in July and I still see this collection out at the occasional drugstore, so it isn’t too late!
In this collection, Revlon put out two sets of miniature polishes in trios, called Garden Party and Tea Party. It is said that Garden Party has cooler tones, as it’s got two shimmers and a glitter topcoat. Tea Party has three cremes, and is more suited for warmer tones.
Revlon Garden Party
This trio set contains two shimmer polishes, called Waterfall and Garden. The glitter topcoat is slightly holo and is called (descriptively enough) Sparkle. Sparkle is mostly a small round glitter, but it has the occasional hex glitter thrown in just for variety and LOLs.
Revlon Waterfall. A pastel baby blue with silver shimmer.
Revlon Tea Party
This trio has three cremes, a hot pink, a mossy green, and a bright monarch orange. They’re aptly named Tulip, Moss, and Butterfly. I really like this collection– it does make me think of a garden! I found the formula to be stellar with all three, they were two easy coats.
Here’s some quick swatches of them, they’re not complicated colors like Tea Party was:
Revlon Tulip. Bright pink creme. I have definitely seen tulips in this color so props, Revlon.
Tea Party wasn’t really my cup of tea (ha). I LOVED the Garden party set, as you can probably tell. I really love the Revlon mini design, it looks just like their original fullsize bottle, and I kind of wish they would make more mini versions of their core line. I freakin’ love minis!
Did any of you pick either set up while it was out?