Monday, April 2, 2012

Claw Candy: Revlon Colorstay Nail Polish in Spanish Moss

I originally wasn't interested in Revlon's new Colorstay Nail Polish, but then I saw some beautiful swatches of the shade in Spanish Moss and knew I had to get at least that one.  I don't have any other shade like it, and to be honest I don't think if someone said to me, "You know what you need?  A mossy green nail polish!", I would believe them.  But to actually see it on the nails is a whole different experience.  

Spanish Moss is a mossy, almost muted army green color.  It has a creme finish, which is my favorite.  Formula-wise, this is...interesting.  I'll probably get into that more when I do a formal review on this product, (I have another shade, Buttercup, that I want to try out first), but I'll just say it's unlike any other polish I've ever tried.  In general terms though, this particular shade is almost completely opaque with the first coat, dry time is average, and I've been wearing it for about 4 days now and it hasn't chipped yet :)  More to come after I've tested the other shade, but for now you can view the product features and shades at


  1. I love this new Colorstay polish line - my nails last 9-10 days now with a little touch up to tips and a mid stretch new color coat...and of course my every other day new topper. I bought the Colorstay base and topper but they don't really work as well as some I have - I use Orly Nail Armor base and SV top coat with great success - just don't use Orly Bonder - the rubberized base makes this polish lift in only a couple days.

    1. I'm loving this line too! I just got Coastal Surf (gorgeous blue) to add to my collection and I can't wait to wear it!

      And thanks so much for the tip about the Orly Bonder :)



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