best of the drugstore brands, with a terrific color selection. great seasonal colors. dated packaging could use a makeover tho!
I had read a review somewhere about the color "Love Her Madly" and I decided to give it a try. I usually use OPI and it's usually some shade of red. But for spring , I have been desperately looking for a flattering shade of pink;most are either too bright or too pastel, but this one is really perfect. I am dark haired and dark skinned (American Indian ) but some of my co-workers tried it and it seemed to look good on everyone.It has worn fairly well with a topcoat and I would purchase it again.
I picked up a shade in "KhakiZING". It's a very odd but beautiful color. Very very similar to Mother of Pearl or Mussel Shells. It changes from purple, gold, green and blue depending on what angle you look at it. I applied just one coat (and NO topcoat too!) a few days ago and there are no signs of chipping yet. I work in retail constantly picking up and organizing a store too! It wears wonderfully!
I purchased the glitter nail varnish in blue the colour is not plesant and its not smooth application.
This is a very nice drugstore polish that really holds up.
Best drugstore nail polish I've tried. With some of the sheer shades I can get away with only one coat to get the color I want. I also really like the flat brush which makes application easier.
Did you know that Revlon's Nail Polish make up 75% of Revlon's total sales? I love the large colour range; there is always a shade to suit my mood. One coat does it for me and, with a top coat, I love to show off my hands. My favorite shade in this line is One Perfect Coral. The demure shades are nice too.
I love Revlon's color selection. They have so many nice color's to choose from and this nail polish doesn't chip after a few days.
Revlon's regular nail enamel is the only drugstore brand I will use--as I mainly stick to OPI. Revlon has some great colors, particularly the limited editions and also does not chip too fast. Overall a nice nailpolish.