Joe Fresh Style • Nail Polish - ALL COLOURS • Polishes
|Would buy this product again.||68%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
These nail polishes rock! So stinkin' cheap ($4 each!) and a huge variety of colours. I can't help picking one up each time I'm at the grocery store. I just put on Cherry Blossom on my nails and Candy on my toes. So pretty!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
My current favourite nail polish is Aqua by Joe. Beautiful, bright colour, very opaque, as long as you put two coats on. Love it. I occasionally use nail polish, so I don't have much to compare it to. But for an occasional user who loves colours and goes through a lot of different shades, Joe is the best.
Lots of colours to choose from, the packaging is just gorgeous; it's simple and gets to the point. Also, they all match. They look pretty snazzy together.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
The top coat is the worst top coat I have ever used in my life. Sooo many bubbles, no matter how I stored or applied it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I don't know what everyone is talking about. This nail polish is totally awesome. Seriously. I just bought these on a whim, along with Essie. I bought one in white, red, and silver sparkles. I love the brush it is easy peasy to use. 3 for 10$!!
I loved the sparkle nail polish I got, obviously with a few layers it was perfect. The best sparkle nail polish I have ever got.
I put the red on first expecting it to be crappy,cheap and streaky, but it was the total opposite, It was rich and went on smooth and all I needed was one. coat. I have never.ever. had a nail polish where one coat looked amazing.
I wasn't going to get my hopes up and write this review asap, so I waited 4 days to see how the staying power was. I was really expecting it to chip off and then there goes my awesome find! But NOPE it is not chipping, pealing or bubbling. And one more plus is that it dried very fast.
The only little thing I don't like about it is that it is too small! I want more!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Like others have mentioned these polishes seem like a great a deal but in reality they are comparably priced with other mid-end polishes. I have purchased a handful of their polishes and I don't really like the formula. All of the colors I tried were streaky on application and even with 2-3 coats most colors weren't opaque. I don't really like the short brush either for application. I liked the idea of getting to experiment with trendy colors because of the small bottles, but in the future I won't be repurchasing these.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The nailpolishes seem cheap but when you realize how much you actually get in the bottle, it's not that much of a save. I turn to Joe though because I like experimenting with colours and a large bottle of polish is just a waste for me. I like the packaging and the brush (flat and wide). Sometimes it takes a couple coats for a good opaque. Some of the formula's tend to chip as well but I've never really had problems as long as I put on a top coat. These are definitely great if you want to experiment with colours!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have a love-hate relationship with Joe Fresh polishes. On one hand, they seem so cheap! 3 for $10, or 1 for $4? Oh my God, just take my money! On the other, if you do the calculations, you realize that paying 3.50-ish for 6ml of polish isn't really that different than paying around $10 for 15ml of O.P.I for Sephora, and it's definitely more expensive than paying $6 for 14 ml of China Glaze.
So, basically, this stuff isn't really more affordable than most mid-range nail polishes, per fluid ounce. It just comes in smaller sizes. I try to keep that in mind when comparing quality. Technically, for the money, Joe Fresh should be as good as Essie.
That's the issue, though. Joe Fresh is really hit-and-miss. Each colour is different. Maybe each batch of polish of the same colour is different too, I don't know. I've experienced really great formulas, like Lagoon (this pretty, pale blue) and Apple (bright red, comparable to High Maintenance by O.P.I for Sephora), but there have been a few disasters too (Crush, this streaky, terrible orange, and Rosewood, a purple-y taupe that always dried clumpy).
This brand is very much a case of buyer beware. If you want to experiment with a colour, get it from the Joe Fresh line. The formula could surprise you, and be amazing. Or, you could find out that you like the colour, and then get it from a better brand as an investment. At worst, you're out 4 bucks.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
Just venturing into the world of nails - so no preconceptions or snobbery here. These are just great, aren't they? I mean, what more can a nail polish do for me at $2?! Help me out Nail Girls, am I missing something?
I got Putty, a mauvey, taupey sort of colour. Short, stubby little bottle with a little brush that was a bit hard to handle. The colour went on sheer but the second coat gave it a good, opaque look.
With top coat, I am into my second week with no chips. Note: this is on my toes as this colour is too much for my hands BUT I do alot of yoga and do an Ashtanga style toe roll coming into Down Dog, so my toenail polish is famously short lived.
I also bought my first Essie polish and while the packaging is nicer, and the colour is more subtly put together, this comes pretty close at 1/5 the price.
So, $2, good colour, and surviving my toe rolls, definitely a rebuy.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I got these for 50% off so they were only $2. tHe first coat was very sheer so I was disappointed but as soon as I put on the second coat it was just WOW! The colour was so opaque and gorgeous.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
Joe Fresh Style has really been impressing me lately! These nail polish colors are so creamy and last for a relly long time! They even lasted longer than my Sally Hansen polishes! For best pop of color, I'd suggest applying 2-3 coats. The packaging was nice and the price was awesomly low!
Absolutly I'll buy this product again, and recommend it to all my girlfriends!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I really like Joe Fresh Nail polishes. Sure, some of the colours aren't the best quality, but I find a lot of them to be just as good as higher end nail polishes. I really like how fast they dry, it takes only about 1 to 2 minutes for the first coat to dray, a little longer for the second coat. I also get a nice even colour, no gloopy stuff or discolouration after applying more than one coat. It also holds up pretty well to chipping. I also love that they're 3 for $10.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I absolutely love Joe Fresh polishes. They are high quality polishes at a fraction of the cost at simply $4 a bottle (or 3 for $10). They have a fantastic colour selection, and dupe many of the more popular or cult colours such as Jade for Jade is the New Black and Gun Metal for a duller but acceptable version of My Private Jet (version 2), to name a few. I love the brush and how quickly they dry. The polishes themselves last well too and don't get all goopy like most cheaper polishes. I highly recommend these to all nail snobs (those who purchase only OPI) and receive nothing but great feedback back. They even sell a matte top coat - what more can you ask! They are fantastic.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I can not believe this! I really can't! I tried all kinds of brands for nails but was I surprised to get to know this one! It has been 10 days and my nail polish is freshhhh to death!!! I can't believe for such cheap price and brand. I guess I shouldn't judge by its cover :) but yes I'm pleasently surprised by this! I told my gf I said to her I think I will just replace all my nailpolishes with this brand because I am so sick of redoing my nails every second day I just don't have any more patience for them !! But wow you put this on and your set! I also use the top coat (opi) and drying opi drops and I'm set , it dries fast looove it!! Thanks Joe;)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black Eyes: Blue
I purchased 3 Joe Fresh nail polishes: Wave, a light blue with a slight shimmer, Twilight, a blue-black base with iridescent flakes and the matte top coat. I was excited to try Twilight. It is very pretty in the bottle however, it came out very sheer and as I paint, left open spots when brushing so, it does not at all apply nicely. Wave was a little better and applied sheer but, with a few coats, came out looking good. I was impressed with the matte top coat. I don't usually go for matte looks so, I wanted to find a cheap top coat to give this look a try. I used it over top of China Glaze's Stone Cold from the Hunger Games collection which is surprisingly matte and a weird formula to work with but, did turn out nice when paired with the Joe Fresh matte top coat. Overall, I don't think I will be purchasing more of these nail polishes unless they are on sale as they were 3 for $10 when I originally purchased them. The bottles are very small; only 6mL which makes their retail value of only $4 seem reasonable. Perhaps, some of the other colours are nicer and I just got a bad couple.
On a side note, at the Joe Fresh stores, in the small cosmetic section where the nail polishes are kept, they are stored directly under lights which give off a fair amount of heat. I noticed that the nail polishes were warm and this bothered me as they should not be stored under lamps and inn heat. Nail polishes are best stored in cool to room temperature, dry conditions. This may have had something to do with my problem however, it seems unlikely.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Considering the cost of these polishes, the quality isn't the worst. I purchased 3 for $10 at my local Superstore (Tin, Cloud, Rosewood). I really like cremes so I cant really speak for other types. I found the consistency of Cloud and Rosewood okay... I was actually expecting more sheer and anticipated at least 3 coats. Not the case, 2 coats was fine. HOWEVER, I found it very difficult to get a smooth finish - the brush lines are still visible even if you do a thick coat. This is the biggest difference (IMO) between high end and cheap polishes. A nice thick coat of Seche Vite will hide the brush strokes though. As for Tin, I love love love the application and colour! Its even a 1-coater! Its a opalescent silver that reminds me of mercury. I will likely buy more of this next time and look for the coveted Twilight!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
These are awesome nail polishes. I really like the wide variety of colors and the packaging doesn't seem to bother me. These polishes are cheap because one Essie polish is 13.5ml for around $8 and three 6ml Joe Fresh polishes are $10. So it is cheaper and I would rather spend money on 3 different color polishes than one and it is not like I am going to use all 13.5ml of Essie. But I still love Essie as well. If you are on a tight budget and are looking for glossy polishes I would recommend these Joe Fresh polishes! :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought a bottle of this at Loblaw because it was cheap, but it was still a waste money. At $4 for 6 ml, its more expensive than OPI and the quality is no where near as good; Streaky and too sheer. And the packaging sucks. The lid is too wide for comfort and the brush is too short for easy application.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Olive, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Black
Oh well. At least it was cheap. I find the polish (I bought a little bottle in a coral/orange color) too thin, too streaky. The little brush makes it difficult to apply. By the second coat it was clear that even a third coat wouldn't achieve decent coverage and I lost interest.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I just love it. i have it in orchid. and its a full creme finish. one coat and its PERFECT. it takes a while to dry. but it lasts a long time.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Oh, the choice of colors is AMAZING and you can't beat the price!
But I'm not buying them anymore, as tempting as it is every time I walk into a Maxi!
The colors are great but they're difficult to apply, the texture is thick and they take FOREVER to dry.
I bought 3 bottles for 10$ and all 3 ended up a bit crappy. I never use them because they are so difficult to use, even the light pink.
The darkest color I bought, Orchid, looks super great in the bottle but on nails I find that it is dull with a strong, opaque whitish cast...dunno, it lacks depth.
So save your 10 bucks and buy yourself a nice Essie polish!