I actually quite like the colour and wear of this polish. The finish though, leaves something to be desired.
Whoever said this looks Wolverine-esque, they're completely right - the colour is almost exactly the colour of the molten adamantium in the flashback scenes in the X-Men films. Gorgeous, cool-toned molten silver. Truly unique in a drugstore polish, and possibly in salon brands - I have yet to find a dupe in Lippmann or SpaRitual's selections when browsing Murale.
The colour and wear is truly what saves me from pitching this in the trash and never trying to experiment with it again. I'm a student, work part-time as a secretary (or receptionist if we're being PC), and a bit of a computer geek. Add the three together, and I'm lucky if my manicure lasts 48 hours, tops. This last 3 days with little to no chipping, and I can push it to four if I felt the need to (and I have) before I really have to get round to re-doing my nails. I experienced no shrinkage with this and Seche Vite as a top-coat. Two coats gave me a completely opaque colour, idential to the bottle.
I truly am not sure if it's the formula, or the narrower brush, but this shows the ridges in my nails like no other, and neither Seche Vite nor SH's Mega Gloss topcoats can save this from visible brush strokes. This is not a forgiving polish - you need nice, healthy, and not soft nails to pull this off. I sadly, do not. At $5.99CDN on sale, I really shouldn't sneeze at having to experiment with a ridge filling primer or base coat, and maybe a matte top-coat, but I feel this polish may need that, at least for my nails. Given the polish 87% rebuy rate, this was a bit of a dissapointment.
I also found the brush to be narrower than I would've liked, but that may just be personal preference.
All in all, this polish hasn't soured me on Revlon's other polish offerings (though this was my first), but I don't think I'll be rebuying this polish when and if I finish it. I may try and search for a similar colour, however, because it makes my inner child extremely happy (ooh, shiny things!)