Every time I go to CVS I see a display of scented nail polishes from Revlon and today I finally gave in to the temptation to buy one. If you're interested in smelling these polishes before you buy, I recommend holding the open bottle a respectable distance away. Though they're scented, they're still made of chemicals and the fumes probably aren't meant to be inhaled directly. I carefully smelled a few of the bottles and settled on Not So Blueberry, which is a light frosted purple shimmer:
It smells like blueberry syrup or bubble gum, yummy but artificial. The display says it is formulated with a top coat "included" (I assume because adding your own top coat would diminish the scent). Not So Blueberry is a very pretty color but a little too flashy and shimmery for me, so I stamped a big leaf design from H Series plate H11 using Konad's Violet Pearl polish:
My nails still smelled faintly of blueberries after covering with Konad polish and top coat so this was a fun novelty to try.