You might recall my review of the shade Autumn Spice from the Revlon Parfumerie Scented Nail Enamel collection (Rs 350). I had also picked up the shade China Flower from the range and fortunately, this one turned out to be much better than Autumn Spice.
China Flower is a vibrant reddish orange – applies fully opaque in 2 coats, dries fairly quick and the finish is rich and glossy. The color wore wear with the first signs of wear around the nail tip appearing after 4 days of wear which is not spectacular but pretty much what I get from most nail enamels. As for the scent, this has a spicy floral scent which is nice but could be distracting when you bring your hands near your face. I’m still on the fence about the scent part of this range but I love the vintage packaging! Have you tried the Revlon Parfumerie range?