Revlon Street Wear Moody

By on May 30, 2014 in Reviews , Swatches , Vintage nail polish

Hello there. I have Revlon Street Wear Moody to show you which is a vintage Revlon nail polish from about mid 90ies (purely a guess tho :P). Moody is a sheer beige polish with a strong light blue shimmer. This polish is so sheer that it needs four coats, yes FOUR! This polish seems to be the worst ever- ugly colour, horribly visible nail line and the colour making my tips look super-yellow! In addition, it needs four coats and even with that many coats is not even close to being opaque. Revlon could not have been serious when they released this ‘baby’ lol.

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Overall I would not wear this polish in public :P I pretty much purchased it because it is so ugly and was not plan to actually wear it. There was a theme week in one of the facebook groups earlier this month about the ugliest polish but I didn’t have time to post it back then. So here it is- the ugliest polish of my collection!

Thanks for reading! xoxox



May 30, 2014 @ 11:47


This polish does indeed look very odd! Maybe it looks better layered on top of white or beige?


May 31, 2014 @ 04:16


Ew that’s a naaasty looking polish :) your nails are beautiful as always though ;) x


May 31, 2014 @ 19:24


I bet this polish would look great layered over a navy or other dark colour…I agree, it’s really ugly on its own, but I think it’s worth layering as that shimmer is super pretty!

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