|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I bought this at Wegmans for 99 cents--the beautiful orangy, gold color caught my eye. When I tried it on, it appeared just as it did in the bottle. It went on very smooth and dried within 30 seconds. It did chip a little bit, but it was really nothing major. The only bad thing I have to say about it is the slightly thin formula--you need 2 coats or a base coat. Overall it's a great value, wonderful and unique color. I recommend this:)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
In the bottle, this looks like a firey orange with gold shimmer/micro glitter. However, after two coats, it comes out an almost electric fushia with the shimmer/glitter. Still a very nice color, especially on my winter-pale hands. And I can see this being really nice on summer-tan toes as well.
It did dry fairly fast on me and with a slightly matte finish. However, a glossy top coat easily fixes that.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I adore this color. It's a flashy orange with tons of gold and orange shimmer. It really pops out in the sun. It dries quickly and has a wide brush. I had to take a star off for the wear though: it chipped the same day. I'd definitely buy it again though.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Play Fast is Rimmel's new line of quick-dry nail colours. The first collection, 2007's Underground, includes Out of Control, a bright reddish coral with reddish coral and gold microglitter. (It looks a bit lighter in my pic due to the lighting.) It's a really fun colour and is perfect for summer tips and toes.
I bought nine of the new colours, and am finding that they all apply very well and are completely opaque with two coats. The formula is much better, in my opinion, than that of all Rimmel's previous nail polishes: Play Fast polish applies smoothly (no clumps or goopiness) and dries to a shiny/glossy finish.
The polish does dry quickly, but I found that this did not make it difficult to work with. This is in part due to the new brush deisgn. It's flat and wide (like OPI's new Pro-Wide brush introduced in 2006), making it very easy to apply the polish in just a few quick strokes.
I really like the chic new bottles, too. My only complaint is that the caps, while they are attractive, are kind of slick and difficult to get open (I had to use a rubber band on most of my new ones just to get them open). All in all, though, these new polishes are great quality for the price (I think I paid a little over CAD$4 each) and they're well worth picking up!