|Would buy this product again.||75%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I find that this one lasts longer then my OPI and my ESSIE polishes by far and I do not use the recommened base and top coat (I only buff my nails first and after follow with a quick dry top coat of a different brand). I find it lasts me about a week with very minimal chipping and I type every day at work almost all day. Also, the newer bottles have the new brush which is nice and flat and wide. One coat covers well and the second really gets that 100% coverage. I really have no complaints with this polish although it dries pretty fast on its own so work fast. The price is in line with OPI and Essie and I think the quality matches so no complaint there. If you want cheap polish then get cheap polish but know it will not last.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy Eyes: Brown
I bought the shade Spanish Moss on sale at CVS this week. Right now they are marked down to $5 with $3 ecb back! Spanish Moss is a cream mid-tone muted green, great for the upcoming fall season. I normally don't wear greens but this is quite wearable and would be fine for a casual work environment.
To test out the polish, I did not use a base coat or top coat. The brush is a little wider than a standard brush, with a flat, rounded end. It makes application really easy and quick. The formula of Spanish Moss was a dream! It was near-opaque with one layer. I could have added another layer but chose not to, because you could only tell if you were to inspect my nails closely. The polish dried fast and had a nice shine. I put it on 3 days ago and it still looks great. There's minimal wear on the tips and it lost a bit of the original shine, but otherwise I'm impressed. I'm removing it tonight but I could seeing this looking decent another 2-3 days. Other reviews have mentioned you need the base and top coat to get it to last the 11 days Revlon advertises. I don't really like keeping the same color on for that long so I wasn't interested in testing those out just yet. The color polish alone lives up to the Colorstay name.
I can't think of ANYTHING to improve on this nail polish. I can't speak for the whole line, but based on this one color, I can't wait to try more colors! Perhaps a nice red...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I've almost always had great experiences with Revlon polishes, but recently I bought Pale Cashmere - and it might be the worst polish I've ever owned.
First, the positives - it's a gorgeous color. As long as no one looks at my nails close up, it looks beautiful.
Second, the negatives - I painted my nails (both hands - two coats each time) with Pale Cashmere a total of three times before finally giving up on it. On the first try it was too thick, wildly streaky and bubbly! It would look perfect going on, and then bubble. So I removed the polish from my nails, and thinned out the polish with polish thinner and applied it again - also two coats. Still SO streaky, and still bubbles, although thankfully smaller this time. I thinned a second time, and applied it once more to my nails, and it was STILL streaky and the tiny bubbles were STILL there! I was so aggravated at this point that I threw a topcoat on anyway and left it at that. And now today, all day I will look down at my nails and wince at how jacked up they are.
A couple of things of note - I am really good at doing my own nails. I've been doing them for years and years - I usually change my polish once or twice a week, and I've go the method down. Most streaky polishes don't faze me, and I can work around it, and all is fine with the right top coat. My point is - this is not user error. This polish has completely confounded me, and I am probably unreasonably bugged about it - but I really had high hopes for it. It is SUCH a lovely color. I'm just going to have to toss it - I wouldn't give this to anyone.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Green
I might buy more of these polishes, but only if I have a coupon because IMO, they are not worth $8 a bottle. In fact, the only nail polish that I feel is worth that price point is OPI, because of the consistently good pigment and wear. Anyways, back to this. I have two of these because CVS was offering them for $5 with $3 in extra backs back, so I basically paid $2 a bottle. I got the shades Midnight and Calla Lily. Midnight is beautiful! It's a dark teal shade with no glimmer or glitter. I would describe it as a deep peacock blue. It's very richly pigmented and is opaque with one coat, though I did two. One caveat - be careful to swipe excess polish off the brush because this brush loads a lot of polish on and it will get everywhere. I painted my toes with this to test it out and will definitely use it on my fingers too. The Calla Lily is a pretty shade too. It's a sheer white with gold glimmer. The glittery part is not garish and is quite subtle. When used over bare nails it lends a nice, clean and sophisticated french-esque manicure. It can also be layered over other color for a bit of shimmer. Overall, these are nice polishes but again, the price is too high to justify purchasing all of the shades. That said, I like the formula more than Essie.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I am a nail polish addict. I have over 100 bottles and they range from .99 to over $30.00. I LOVE nail polish, however, I am very hard on my hands and nails and I think due to just my body's chemistry most of my nail polish peels off within 72 hours of application. It is EXTREMELY rare for me to get more than 2 days of full application. And, once one nail peels I have a bad habit of peeling the rest off. I bought 2 colors to start with, Delicious and Buttercup and to be honest, I didnt have much hope. I also purchasedt the base and top coat. Wow I was wrong. Buttercup is a very pretty pale yellow that was actually opaque!!!!! It took 2-3 coats to be perfect but that beats any other yellow polish I own. And here's the best part. It stayed on from Monday through Saturday until I took it off. Mind blown. I now own Coastal Surf, Fall Mood, Red Carpet, Delicious, Buttercup, Provence, and Spanish Moss. And every one of them I have had similiar results with. I feel bad that I am neglecting the rest of my nail stash, but this stuff is just so amazing! And the color range is outstanding. I can't wait to collect them all!!!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
First of all I am a nail polish junkie, I always use Essie and I have about 30 of them...the only problem is that they chip after 2 days. So when I heard of this Colorstay Logwear polish with gel shine that last 11 days, I gave it a try. I bought Marmalade, Cafe Pink, Amethyst, Vintage Rose, and Fall Mood, as well as the Base & Top Coat.
For this product to work you HAVE TO HAVE THE BASE & TOP COAT!!! Other people that have used this product & have not used the base coat & top coat have had chips before the 11 days. You have to buy the Longwear base & top coat for it to work!!! And it does work!!! My polish lasted 13 days with a small chip on the index finger by the thirteenth day, Amazing! I have to add that I am a stay at home mom of a new baby, I am ALWAYS washing my hands, doing dishes, cooking, you name it. Polishes usually dont last past two days on me.
CHECK OUT MY TWO PICTURES (THE ORANGE NAILS) DAY 1 & 13 DAYS LATER :)
Now the price is CHEAP if you buy it at Walmart of Target you will pay $4.99. If you buy it at any drugstore you will pay $8.00.
Just one thing I would add, when you apply the polish, it is thick, sometimes to thick, and if you do a second coat it could get clumpy. And takes a while to dry. Others that have reviewed have said the same thing.
But I have found a SOLUTION to that problem, use a couple of drops of nail polish thinner ($2.00 at Sallys) and you will have the most beautiful, nail polish ever & it LASTS!!!! I will only buy this brand from now on, so much better and cheaper than Essie!!! My fav colors out of the ones I bought were Marmalade/a summer orange and Vintage Rose/a dark rich mauve color.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have a shade called Fall Mood (funny since it's summer!) and today is Tuesday and I've had it on since Saturday, work a lot with my hands and very little wear compared to other polishes. This shade is a metallic-coppery gold which is very nice and neutral, some might say "vintage" but it's good for days when you don't feel like wearing a bright and/or trendy color, just something basic.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is a great drugstore polish. The color selection is great. They go on smooth with lots of shine and they are long lasting! Usually on my nails, everything chips by the second day. Not with these. I was able to 5 days without a chip. I will definitely buy more of these. I already have the color Marmalade which is a great summery color.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Black
I have 2, Blue Slate and Spanish Moss. So far, I have tried only Blue Slate. It is a different type of blue in my blue nail colors collection. Very opaque, just one coat between base and top coats is enough for me. I applied Ulta Silk Wrap base coat first and top with Seche Vite top coat. You can see my day 1 and day 9 pictures here:
I have one chip on my left index finger. I wash dishes/pots and chopped veggies. I must have chopped my nail color ;P
I love Colorstay nail colors more than regular Revlon nails, speed nails, etc. Lasting quality is significant. So does the price!
Bottom line: very long lasting as "colorstay" name applied.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
best nail polish i have used, hands down. I only buy drugstore polish because it goes bad before the bottle is used up anyway. Revlon was on sale so i bought buttercup (the yellow one) and a topcoat (not the colorstay top coat). I bought the yellow for a special ocasion, and now I wear it all the time! With 2 coats, it's completely opaque, and lasts the longest out of any polishes i have (at least 5 days without chipping). The next time I want nail polish, I'm going with revlon!
to what other people have said- yes the texture is weird on the first coat, it's a little hard to work with, but the second coat make it look perfect. this polish definitely needs 2 coats and it looks perfect!