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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.
I honestly did not really like this product. The color itself was not my taste, the coverage of the color on my nail was not very even, and I did not like the way it stained my nail after I took it off. Not a fan!2
While I haven't tried this specific color, I have tried other colors and they chip very easily. Not a fan.2
Amazing color and shine... chips entirely too easy for my lifestyle, even after a base and top coat.2
I received this beautiful emerald shade and while the color is stunning the polish chips very easily. For $8 I would think it would not do this. Anyway as I stated b4 the color is stunning but overall I do not think the polish is worth $8. Sorry.2
I usually go for a more natural look, and this bold green was just a bit much2
Personally, the color was a little too bright for me. Although the polish itself dried quickly and the color stayed for a while. I would try it again in another shade.2
This color was called cactus, I do not like it. They might as well call it Shamrock green. It is very very bright and not a realistic color that one can use on a daily basis because its not very professional to use at work. Plus, it didn't go on very well....2
I really wanted to get this in the nice teal color but I got red instead :( I was pretty sad because I already had a ton of red nail polish.2
I know that Emerald is the color for 2013, but at 31 years old, I just can't bring myself to wear it on my nails. Green is my favorite color, but this is just too loud for me.2
The color I got to sample this month is super fun -- Wild Cactus. It's the color of the year, plus I will totally be sporting this come St. Patrick's day. Howeverâ€¦. While Color Club has some super fun shades, it seems to be very poor quality. It often takes at least 3 coats to be opaque and not streaky, It takes a long time to dry, and then one day later it is already beginning to chip. :( I wish you would send more samples of other brands, not just CC. I have received one Zoya, which I loved, but have received several CC samples which due to the quality are not so loved. I've also heard you talk up brands like Deborah Lippmann, or ten over ten, and would love to try them sometime!2