Revlon Multi Care Base + Top Coat Review ($5.75) A great multi-tasking product: it first smoothes the way for nail color, then seals and protects with a hard, shiny, chip-resistant finish.
I’m sad to say I didn’t end up liking the Revlon Multi Care Base + Top Coat. As a base coat, it didn’t keep the dark nail colors from staining my nail. As a top coat, it didn’t the usual shine I’m used to getting from other top coats. I also found the formula to be too watery and thin. I also noticed it caused my nail polish to go on streaky. It was so weird. Another complaint is that it took forever to dry. I don’t think it even dried. It’s a shame because Revlon nail products are usually really good.
Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat Review ($5.75) Quick Dry Top Coat sets in 60 seconds to a hard lustrous finish. Formula safeguards polish from nicks and chips
The Revlon Quick Dry Top Coat isn’t my favorite top coat I’ve tried thus far but it isn’t the worse. Don’t get me wrong. It works; just not as well as others. It leaves a shiny finish and dries quick (about 10 minutes). There isn’t a strong scent (Seche Vite I’m looking at you!). The top coat does a good job of keeping my nail polish chip-free. I can go about 3-4 days without seeing any chips. Another plus is the brush can reach the bottom of the bottle. Yay for no wasted product! However, it is oily. I don’t like how oily it is. It spreads and drips down my fingers. Also if I’m not careful, it creates bubbles. It isn’t a lot of bubbles, but it’s enough for me to notice. Overall, I’ll get it again because you’ll always find it on sale and you get so much product for how little it costs.