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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.
The color was different, but it chipped after a week of being on my toes..2
I love the colors of Color Club polish, but they NEVER seem to last on my nails-even with a base and top coat. This one chipped within 1 day. A bummer because they do some fun shades.2
While I loved the emerald color, it went on clumpy and was difficult to get a smooth finish. The color pay off is great, but just not the smooth finish I like my nails to have.2
The color of the polish was ok however, the polish was very hard to get off and left my nails a greenish tint.2
...but the actual polish was a weird texture: it seemed too thick going on, but the coverage was still uneven after two coats. Very strange, and sad -- I was super excited by the shade of green!2
Color Club nail polish applies very smooth and covers great. It actually looks amazing for the first two days. That was when it began to chip off. It just does not stay long enough.2
This polish was ok. I put it on one day and it literally peeled off the next day. Was not a long lasting mail color. The color was pretty but doesn't go with many colors.2
The color mamba was nice, not my favorite but not bad. The color didn't last that long and was chipping in a couple of days.2
Loved the emerald green color. Very on-trend. But the polish didn't go smoothly onto my nails at all.2
I was kind of surprised to see this in my monthly box. I normally stick to safer nail colors. The quality of the polish itself is good. I painted my nails three and a half days ago and I'm just now starting to notice some chipping . . . not bad considering I didn't use a topcoat. But the color just isn't my cup of tea.2