I shook the bottle really well, then I applied a coat. It seemed to dry almost as quickly as I put it on. Sadly, I was disappointed with the results. It looked very "streaky" and uneven. Hmmmm... Ok. I decided to wait a couple of minutes to make sure it dried completely, then try a second coat. It didn't help. It just looked "goopy" and bubbly. I wish I had taken a picture to show you, but I just couldn't wait to remove it.
Once it was removed, I thought I'd add a couple drops of the nail polish remover to the bottle of enamel. I did that and shook it like crazy. I guess I thought that if I shook it hard enough, it would work. Well, I was wrong. Streaky again. And, as if that wasn't bad enough, I even went ahead and added another coat. Um... that didn't make it better last time... why did I think it would this time?
So, after I removed the enamel once again, I figured I'd just put one coat on and leave it. Here are the results (please forgive my crude photography skills... and the state of my cuticles).
Color Selection: ¢¢¢¢¢ I loved the color selection! There were more colors that I would have liked to buy. If I hear of any good experiences that my readers have with Revlon Nail Enamel, I will go back and buy more. Feel free to leave me a comment.
Value: ¢ For me, the value was poor. I have bought 99¢ nail enamel that performed much better than this $3.99 bottle.
Overall Rating: ¢¢ I would like to be able to give this a higher rating because I really do like the color and I like that it dries quickly. But, given the fact that the bottle I bought is simply unwearable, I could only give it ¢¢.
If I hear good things about Revlon Nail Enamel, I will be fair and give it another shot; in which case, I will definitely write another post about it.