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Deborah Lippmann’s got the beat with her Staccato Collection, a group of ice cream-inspired, glitter-flecked nail polish shades. Rockin’ Robin, a summery blue-green polish speckled with black glitter, will rock your fingertips all day long—and have you craving a dish of mint chip. Two scoops, please!
I totally love this polish. I work as a librarian, and my manicures almost always chip on the first day, no matter what topcoat I use, but this one stayed perfectly put. The color is bright and the glitter covered well. And it totally reminds me of mint chip ice cream. I have a new favorite for sure.5
This is such a great color! Wonderful for the Summer. Used a base coat with two polish coats on top. My finger nails chipped a bit quicker than I'd like, but as a toenail polish it stayed strong. Top coat next time.4
This polish is absolutely gorgeous. Unique and interesting, but not too loud. Looks just like a robin's egg. Highly recommend.4
The 'mint chip' in the BB description describes this polish much better than the name. It needs about 3 coats for opacity, by which point there are way too many flecks. And the creme base is a pale green rather than light turquoise -- much less saturated color than the photo suggests.
It can be used for a great robin's egg effect by layering one or two coats over a turquoise base coat. However, a light turquoise creme and a black or brown mini glitter would accomplish the same effect and open up other possibilities.
This was worth the price absolutely. Only took two coats and it stayed on nicely. Taking the polish off wasn't as difficult as I thought; it peeled right off. Oh and it's beautiful. Got so many compliments.4
I have been eyeing this polish for a while and finally coughed up the money to get it. It took about 3 coats to cover evenly and is really pretty! The polish is on the thin side but I think it has to be so that you can see the glitter through the layers. The only thing I am disappointed about is that it is already chipping after one day. I didn't put a base coat but did use a quick drying polymer top coat.4
This polish is a little on the pricey side. I normally purchase OPI but loved the color so I splurged for this one. While I love the color I was not pleased with the durability of the polish. It tends to chip easily.4
I bought this from the photo and thought it would be a bit thicker. It's runs a little thinner than I would have liked. Still a cute idea and I plan on wearing it in the Spring.3
I love the color of this polish. The only negatives are the price and that it's pretty difficult to remove. The glitter pieces aren't easily removed with polish remover.4
The price is worth it for the quality of this glitter polish. It goes on so evenly and smoothly, it is incomparable to others.5