Manicure March | Revlon Leather in Rock Chic

Happy Friday! It’s time to review another textured nail polish for Manicure March (I told you I loved these!). I purchased a polish from Revlon’s Leather & Tweed Collection during its release in 2014 for a specific blog post, and became obsessed with the polish at the time. That being said, it’s been quite a while since I wore Rock Chic, and I wanted to see if the formula changed over time. Let me share Rock Chic with all of you two years later!

Revlon Leather in Rock Chic IMG_3380Rock Chic is a royal blue nail polish with a textured creme formula. The formula has definitely decreased in quality from the last time I used it. The texture effect is much weaker than it was in the past. It now has a very slight texture, and it looks bad on the nails because it’s not an obvious leather effect. I’m definitely destashing Rock Chic from my nail polish collection. That’s a real shame, because the blue color is beyond stunning. Thankfully I have cream polishes in the same shade that will serve as a replacement!

All in all, while many of my textured nail polish have withstood the test of time, Rock Chic from Revlon unfortunately did not. I will be wrapping up Manicure March with more information about what I’m doing with all of the nail polishes I’m decluttering, but the ones with very bad formulas will be recycled. Please let me know in the comments if you’ve had to get rid of nail polishes because the formulas went bad. I would love to know!

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    • Adventures in Polishland says:

      I’ll be sharing about that in my Manicure March wrap up, but nail polish is considered household hazardous waste and must be disposed of at a household hazardous waste facility.

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