|Would buy this product again.||84%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I LOVE this slightly grey-toned putty color (I guess many of you call it "greige"?). It's the perfect neutral shade for my tan (olive-yellow) Asian skin. I've received many compliments on it (WHILE scoping out the OPI nail polishes too). It's got a slight shimmer (which I didn't even notice until I admired my nails up close in the sunlight). The shimmer isn't glittery at all, but very subtle and classy. The only problem I had with it was that the formula (in MY bottle atleast) was really runny. I had to put on at least 3 coats to get a good opacity. Plus, it took a while for it to dry. For some reason, when I put on my quick-dry top coat, it bubbles slightly. However, if I wait an hour to put it on, it turns out fine. Lastly, since I do the dishes MANY times throughout the day, I have to touch it up every other day because of the chipping. Oh well... I love the color on me, so I don't mind. What I DO mind though, is that I can't find this nail polish in my small-town store anymore!!! I hope it's still around!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I have not read the reviews on this as I do not want what was said before to influence in any way what I say. I bought it on sale hoping to find another good "greige nude", although I've wasted a lot of money trying to find one. I got this home and thought....dang, another colour that's going to make my nails look like they are badly stained from wearing dark colours without a base coat (I never, ever wear anything without a BC for many reasons). Most nudes are too orange on my fair, cool skin. So I give a try.....one coat looks orange-y but it's not too bad and the application is very good.....very little streaking. It even seems to have a tiny, tiny bit of micro glitter. So I've invested some time into this manicure so I keep going. Second coat looks better and application is flawless. Then surprise, surprise, the colour gets cooler as it dries down...similar to wall paint.....as the colour cures, it changes....it actually needs quite some time to fully develop. This turns into a lovely nude blend that I cannot adequately describe....I would venture out to say that it has a slight bit of mauve to it but it's definitely nude for my colouring. I'm going to buy a back up & that says something. I can't believe that I found two good nudes in the last month (the other one is Essie Topless & Barefoot which is a lovely lighter nude). Who knew I would ever love nudes. Nice job Revlon!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
i needed a light colour for work and got this one after reading the review...unfortunately I didn't really like the formula very mcuh. it's a little too thick
the colour is really pretty tho
i guess i'm spoiled from using OPI, china glaze?
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Green
Really good value for money - huge bottle, excellent quality polish. I apply just one coat over a base coat - there's no streaking - then I apply a clear top coat and it lasts me a good 5 days without chipping at all. (I should add that I redo the top coat every night which I guess helps).
The colour is a basic nude colour very similar to Dior's Nude Chic but considerably cheaper! Perhaps a tad less grey than Nude Chic, ironically given the name.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Lovely color! It's not so much grey as it is a tan color. I only needed 2 coats and you could actually get away with just 1. Not streaky or runny. Dries quickly. Very refined shimmer, nice and glossy. Just a perfect spring nude color! I definitely recommend this. I just can't say enough good things about this! Very 'professional' looking and overall just very beautiful!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I brought this last year on a whim, wanting to try out a 'nudish' shade. The colour is not exactly grey. It does have grey undertones, but to me, it looks more like a light tea colour. This is a nice wearable everyday polish, good for those who work in offices, who want to look a bit more 'put together'. A nice colour for year-round, especially for Autumn, pairs nicely with all clothing colours too. Application needs two coats to achieve a nice strong colour, one coat can come off a little sheer. Dries very quickly, last's a good 4 days without major chipping and no staining on nails. No streaking either. :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
An interesting color. It's a light, grayed putty color with a faint, pearly shimmer. It is a neutral-to-cool color and not the most flattering shade ever on me (I have light, yellow-olive skin, but my hands are more peachy). I imagine someone with cooler skin would find this to be a "mannequin hands" shade. Typical Revlon quality (good). Nice, creamy texture and good coverage even with one coat. I ended up swapping it away because it just doesn't look that great on me.
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought Rescue Beauty Lounge Grunge last year, and it is a beautiful color. This is almost exactly the same on me (NC30, True Match W4, Fit Me 220). It has just enough pink in it to not be a straight nude. I don't think of this as grey, more of a nude-pink. Love love love it. Wearing it layered with Sally Hansen Fairy Tale Ivory today for twinkly nails.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
perfect neutral np. I've been wearing it for months, even bought a "back-up" bottle. I've finally remembered what color it reminds me of - Revlon's old (70's era) "Misty Lilac", which was the hot shade of the day. (We also had Misty Taupe and Misty Mauve, which are easier to reproduce exactly).
Hope that Revlon doesn't ever discontinue this one, I've been combing the shelves for years to find a good replica of Misty Lilac.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I feel a little like Jerry Seinfeld as I am trying to describe this color---it's not gray, it's not suede...what's up with that!? What it is, is a rosey beigey nude color with a subtle shimmer. It is really subtle and pretty for everyday wear. I used it with Orly Bonder and Seche Vite and probably can get 3 days with no chips but minor tip wear. The formula on Revlon polishes isn't my most favorite but for 2 dollars, it's not bad at all. I will probably repurchase this again because it's just a nice, wearable color with decent wear.