This looks good with my skin complexion. I am nc37 and I think it suits me well. I had some people compliment me on me nails.
Copper Penny doesn't look orangey but is a rose-gold shimmer-metallic. One coat covers. Very pretty and a great neutral for me.
Bought this as an alternative to my usual dark reds and pinks and I LOVEEE it. I put one coat on my toes without base or topcoat and they came out perfect. Bottle and brush are easy to hold and work with.
This is an HG color for me. I can wear it alone or on top of other polishes for a really gorgeous look. I use it in tandem with China Glaze's For Aurdrey (Tiffany blue) for my go to color combo. It can also be paired with pastels for spring/summer and with dark muted colors for fall and winter.
Navy and Emerald are also fantastic color combos with this polish. It covers to well that you can put it on top of other polishes without having to babysit it and waste time with multiple coats.
I'm buying a backup for my backup I use this so much. But, like other reviewers said, it's more of a vintage gold than a true copper, but who cares really, the color is so perfect and versatile.
GO GET YOU SOME!
this polish doesn't go on streaky, dries pretty fast, and you only need two coats at most. the color is gorgeous and it doesn't chip fast either!
I really like the color of this. It's a nice gold with a copper tint to it. I thought it applied pretty well. It's not very streaky, which is good. Two coats was plenty. Considering that my application skills aren't that good, I ended up with a nice manicure when I used this.
This np is a unique metallic/foil rose gold & copper color. Other than the color the best thing abt this np is its formula. There's no issues with streaking or visible brush stokes remaining after the np has dried unlike with a lot of other metallic/foil nail polishes. In the past I've shied away from metallic/foil poishes but I love how easy this np is too apply.
The name of the polish is a little misleading; it's more of a gold than a true copper.
The texture of this polish is odd. It's thicker and applies differently than any other Revlon polish I've tried. I guess it's the metallic ingredient. It dries with a rough texture, too. Even with two coats of topcoat it's not perfectly smooth.
The good news is, it's one coat coverage.
I think this one might work better on toes than on fingers.
I don't think it is fair to give a product low ratings for great color that just happens to not work with your skin tone! I would say that applies to me - I am very fair and this just wasn't the greatest with my coloring. However, the color was really beautiful and the finish is one of the easiest and most even to apply I have ever picked up at the drugstore. I'm not sure if Revlon is still making any in these formulas - I don't think so? - but I wish they would. I'd like to pick up a more true gold polish like this! The quality is FABULOUS for the price you can get these Revlon polishes on sale, and it's a huge shame that, as far as I know, it's not in drugstores anymore.
Sorry... not for me. Next to my pale, neutral-toned skin, this just looked too "gold" and metallic-y; kinda trashy to be blunt! It was also really hard to take off - the sparkles just wouldn't budge, especially the ones that got on the skin around my nails. I gave this a 2 not a 1 just because I like Revlon's formula (it's fast drying and only has a minimal smell). Edited to add: if you're looking for a great metallic bronze-y shade (that has gray and purply tones as well!) try Americal Apparel's Bronze Dash.