|Would buy this product again.||33%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Princess Pink was one of my first product purchased from Rimmel London's 60 Seconds range - was an okay quality even though I needed about 3 coats to get the colour I wanted. A nice neutral sheer pink that would look good on just about anyone.
However, I hate how the first layer is so milky you can barely see it and the second layer leaves streak marks and when working on the third layer, it doesn't go on so smoothly. Had to constantly restart the process when painting my nails.
Overall, lovely elegant colour although I wouldn't purchase this product again - Maybelline's Colorama series would be a better purchase I believe.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Other
I love this polish! I was looking for a quick to apply, no hassle, work appropriate colour that i could apply late on a Sunday night ready for the working week. This is it!
The brush is so handy and the colour is so close to my skin tone (pink and maybe a little on the peachy side of things) that it makes me hands look so long and elegant even with a short nail because it gives an illusion of length.
I apply 3 generous coats for a near opaque finish and a top coat of Seche Vite. Lasts 5 days and still looks good.
Will definitely repurchase!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
The colour is a sheer pink, I didn't mind this. I actually liked it. It goes on well and it was cheap. I was happy with this product, it did what I expected and it only cost me about $3.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have a feeling that this product has got an undeserving treatment from all the other reviewers. It was my first nail polish from Rimmel 60 sec collection and actually made me buy more of those little babies.
The colour of this nailpolish IS a sheer pink, so you might need to apply two coats, but I really don't mind doing that since it really dries oh so quickly. Once you apply two coats it is a beautiful, work-appropriate shiny pink polish, I really like it!
Without a base and a top coat it does chip on me fast, but more expensive brands like OPI do the same, so I guess its probably the problem with my nails mostly and the fact that I have to do a lot of activities that are ruthless to my nails (dishes, swimming)...
So, I'm sorry it didnt work out for other users, I really like this colour, especially for such a low price!
Another colour I have by Rimmel is Hot chocolate and it is a rich chocolate brown with red and golden undertones to it and I am completely in love with this colour this Autumn season...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
out of all Rimmel 60 seconds this shade is the worse in formula and application, probably because it's so sheer but kind of jelly-ish at the same time. chunky brush is not helping either, color is not special enough to go thru efforts of applying.
probably will throw this one away
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy Eyes: Hazel
Reviewed in a magazine as the best quick dry polish, I had to try it. Found at Sears Essentials for $3.50, it's a steal. It is fast drying but the color is translucent and would be great for a little girl. Two coats, still translucent. I had way better luck with the Sally Hansen quick dry line. But I will try it again in another color to see if it's just this shade.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
like the others mention, this goes on clear for the first coat, then streaky milky but not quite sheer, not quite creamy for the next coat.
The colour in the bottle is a pretty dusty warm pink, which is what I wanted my nails.
I gave it away. Price is low fortunately.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I was deciding between "Ethereal" and "Princess Pink" and ended up buying the latter.
"Ethereal" is a light pink with shimmer.
"Princess Pink" is a matte light pink, almost clear. A bit brighter than natural nail colour.
It is already dry on the outside within a matter of seconds, but I do not care to test if it's actually dry on the inside. :P The texture of the polish is a bit thicker than I'd like and the finish isn't that smooth.
As for the colour, I regret choosing this. I was looking for an opaque light pink and this isn't it. 'sunshowers' describes this product very accurately. The first coat comes out almost clear, the second coat becomes too gloopy and still looks clear. If I wanted a clear polish I wouldn't have bought this.
RIMMEL PRICES (AUD) - Wear Maxx $10 / French Manicure $10 / 60 Seconds $8 / Lasting Finish $6
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Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Warm Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I was disappointed with this polish. Usually I am very impressed with Rimmel's nailpolishes, especially the 60 Seconds line since I hate to spend forever waiting for my nails to dry. The 60 Seconds line is advertised as "One coat, quick & easy to apply." This certainly was not the case for this shade, Princess Pink.
The color is a very neutral opaque light pink, almost like a french manicure shade. It was so difficult to get the color nice and even, even on my short little nails. The first coat gave hardly any color at all - it looked like a slightly hazy or milky clear coat. The second coat just made it look streaky. I had to use three coats on all my nails. While the first coat did dry in under 60 seconds, the second and third coats took much longer, and by the third coat it was difficult to keep the polish from looking gloopy. I guess the 60 seconds formula is just a bit thicker than the regular polish in order for it to dry so much quicker and to be done with just one coat. In this case it just wasn't opaque enough to be done in one coat, but it was too thick to do three coats smoothly.
I know I'm being extremely picky, but I find that Rimmel polishes usually perform much better than this.