Frankly Scarlet by Revlon
Frankly Scarlet is one of the few Revlon colors worth giving a damn about. This brilliant tomato red reminds me of a lot of Zoya’s duochromes because it’s got the same smattering of gold glitter. Unlike many Revlons, Frankly Scarlet applied beautifully—I suspect because I got an older bottle, and time has allowed the normally watery Revlon formula to thicken to the consistency I prefer. I never thought I’d compare nail polish to wine, but age has definitely allowed Frankly Scarlet to come into its own, like a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon. Interestingly enough, this means that Revlons have a different life cycle than most other polishes, which tend to get less usable over time. Lest readers think this phenomenon is an anomaly, I got my hands on another older Revlon which also applied very well, review coming soon!