So, from what I can tell from the 5 polishes I picked up(and from a great review by Total Polish Junkie as well), most of these polishes are creams. I picked up one that had surprise shimmer- yay, but for the most part they are delicious creams. Let's go ahead and see what I got!
Now, a word on the Gel Envy claims. They say you don't need a basecoat...I'd say that's hooey since some of them stain- and you should just get into the habit...ALWAYS wear a base coat. You'll be glad you did down the line. Also, they claim longer wear time. I didn't have this on for the full time they claim you can go without chips, but it felt just like a regular polish to me, not how gel feels at all. It began to look a little dull on the second day so maybe reapplying top coat every day will help with that? But then again, now you've got a big pile of top coat going on after a few days lol. Basically I think that polish companies are scamming us a little bit by charging higher prices with these "gel-like" polishes. All-in-all I think I wouldn't pay extra just to get one of these gel-like polishes from Revlon or Sally Hansen for example, because you're pretty much paying more money because of the inclusion of the word gel in the name. That is my opinion, you can let me know if you feel the same. Overall I was very happy with this polish, I enjoyed every color immensely, but I don't think they warrant a higher price tag. At Rite Aid these were marked at around $8.50 a bottle(before the 40% off sale).
I hope you're having a great day and let me know below if you've tried any of these and what your experiences have been. I hope this helped you decide if you need any of these new Revlon polishes. Have a great day and I'll see you back tomorrow!
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