I love Revlon's nail color, they have a really good consistency, not too thick, not to watery, just right.
I'm a nail polish fanatic, I can't leave my nails without nail polish. I've tried so many different nail polish and usually for a price like this, you really can't find better ones.
Plus a bottle lasts for a really really long time.
However, I think they have a black one in this line, but for black polish I feel it's too watery, if you want a nice black nail, better go for high priced ones.
Still Highly recommended.
My one pet peeve about nail polishes is that what comes out is not true to the colour in the bottle. BUT this is not the case for this nail polish. The 1st coat is already exactly the colour it looked like in the bottle, vibrant and suitably thick. The colours are really vibrant and this lasts really long and goes on pretty smooth. The only thing that took one lippie off was the fact that it does become a little blob-like if it is not spread properly in time (due to the fact that this stuff really does dry fast) but hey I would rather it dry fast and live with the faster spreading:)
I love these nail polishes! I have a couple of different colours, my favourites are Plum Attraction and Cherry Crush. I just love them, they go on really easy, dry quickly all while looking amazing. I love them and think there great.
Revlon is my favorite brand of nail polish. I've tried China Glaze, MAC, OPI, and other drugstore polishes and I always come back to Revlon. The only problem is that they don't have too many trendy colors. Their formula is really great though. It goes on smoothly, it's pigmented, dries fast, and lasts a long time on my nails with no base coat.
Revlon polishes are great! The colors are pretty hit and miss but if you have good taste you can pick out the nice ones. The colors go on true and the polish dries fast. Revlon also releases trendy colours. Their recent line had some polishes that are perfect dupes for trendy current stuff at Chanel. I think Revlon is better than Loreal and Sally Hansen. It's on par with essie, except it has more colours on sale including some ugly ones.
Best drugstore nail polish I've used thus far. It lasts up to 5 days without chipping, the color looks beautiful on nails and it's supposed to be less harmful compared to other nail polishes. The only downside is that it tends to bubble if the second coat is too thick.
I own only one Revlon polish in Pink Chiffon. The formula is thin and streaky. It bubbles if you use more than one coat. Chips easily. Very difficult to work with. I'm not sure if all their polishes are this way, but I'm not taking a chance. I will NEVER purchase a revlon nail polish again.
I love these better than OPI, China Glaze,Essie, Nails Inc.
None of the other more expensive brands last as long as Revlon does for me.
I don't like the frosty shades, but adore the creamy ones.. my faves are steal her heart and plum seduction.
I wash dishes, do a lot of work with my hands, that after day 3 I still have just minimal tipwear with these.
I always use a base coat and seche vite as my top coat
Revlon Nail Enamel has been a drugstore staple polish for years. However, IMO it's not one of the better ones. It's hit or miss whether you get a bottle that is runny or thick and gloopy - I've ended up with both. The polish also tends to bubble, sometimes apply sticky, and dry slower than other polishes. As well, the finish is not as shiny as it could be. Since switching to OPI, CG, and Zoya I notice a big difference in application. Revlon used to be a staple in my NP collection but after trying different colors over the years and not getting consistently good result, I won't be buying more.
I bought quite a few of these from the new scented line which looked fun for summer. So far I have tried only Raspberry Rapture. The color is original, fresh and pretty. It does look a lot like raspberry. It has blue undertones and is wearable for me. I found the polish itself was kind of thick and chipped very quickly. I can'tt wear polished for very long but I usually get 4 days out of them. This one chipped on day 2! It also takes a while to dry. Even though I will continue buying Revlon if I particularly like a color, for quality I will rather stick to Essie jelly polishes which are exactly the same price in my country.