When I had more money I was buying Essie and OPI. I love their colors. Then at the family dollar, dollar tree, or dollar general I saw these. I thought I would try then what could I lose they were only 1.00. I use it with Duri-Rejuvacote base coat and seche vite top coat and they last just as long as essie or opi. I have collected a lot of them. I love their colors also. Every time I go to those stores I check to see if they have new ones. I even get extra ones for colors that I like a lot.
I bought these after i contacted them and found out there are 3 free and formaldehyde free..
there great price.
i love the brush it doesn't hold so much that it goes on gloopy lol and it dries quick as i am a mom with not much time for sitting around for a mani
i just applied the l.a.colors nail strength (2 coats) and then the copper color which i love for fall just my opinion and we will see how well they do and least:)
I love this line. I can't (won't) count how many bottles of this brand I have. The formula is smooth and the price is right. I get these at the local dollar stores around here but Ross also carries big sets for even less. They won't knock a buzzard off a sh!twagon like Kleancolor, and most are one-coaters! The only bad thing I can say is that a lot of these do NOT have names for some reason which is weird.
I have one of these in "Bright Pink" and I can say I am very impressed!
First of all, I love the consistency. It is "liquid" enough for me to apply it very easy and even, but in the same times it is very pigmented. I apply easily two coats for a perfect coverage. I hate when the nail polishes are thick and I have to move very fast when applying, because it's drying fast and I usually make a total mess. This one, I can say it's perfect!
Also, it is really long lasting(around 5 days without any chiping, with base & top coat).
The packaging is also nice, reminds me of OPI and the price is really cheap.
Good job L.A. Colors! I can't wait to try more shades!