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The color pros at Pantone would approve of these must-have shades—and we couldn’t agree more. Universally flattering on all skin tones, each hue is daring, but not so out-there that we can’t wear it in the office or to dinner with Grandma.
nice polish but the shade not for me....gave it to daughter who loves it...1
The polish went on smooth and dried fast, but Wild Cactus was hideous and it was difficult to remove. I might like this product in a different shade.1
While the color is fun the polish only lasts 1-2 days tops before chipping to the point it has to be removed.1
This bright red polish went on smoothly and held on for a day; however, upon removing it, the red remained on my nail! I couldn't get the red "hue" off my nails! I had "red-colored" nails for two days! YIKES! I will NOT be buying this nail polish!1
I received this same product in a grey shade last year and was hopeful that it might have improved but it still is gloopy in application and peels quickly. I don't think I would ever consider spending $8 on a bottle.1
I didn't like this nail polish at all. After it dried, I felt like it looked like I had colored my nails with crayons. There wasn't enough of the shiny, porcelain look that I prefer to a nail polish for me to like this product.1
I love the brand of nail polish not in love with the color!1
I like the nail polish initially. I painted my toes the dark green shade and it looked really nice! Not tacky like most greens, really fun yet could be dressed up too....then I took it off....and there was green EVERYWHERE! All over my hands, my nails...I was definitely bummed.1
The color doesn't work well with my fair skin. But more so then that, it seems to chip easy and is too gooey.1
Pro: dried fast. Cons: Wild Cactus (teal) color too bold for me; hard to remove even with heavy duty nail polish remover.1