Dew is a pastel green. Each RGB shade is a sharp take on a classic with a straightforward name to match. The chip-resistant and high shine formula is Five Free of harmful chemicals: No Formaldehyde, No Toulene, No DBP (dibutyl phthalate), Formaldehyde Resin, or Camphor. Cruelty-free. Made in the U.S.A.
I love this nail polish! It goes on just right and makes very little of a mess. I am shocked no one has reviewed this nail polish. A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. The nail polish is $16.00 USD and I honestly think if the color is right, I would pay for it! Love it...oh and a bonus..it dries super fast.
This was the first polish I have tried from RGB and I bought it because of the color and because I am trying to make the switch to the 5 free polishes now. I'm so thankful companies are going that direction and providing a great product as well. I got 3 days wear but that was without a top coat and 5 days wear with a top coat. I like the creamy formula and 2 coats did the job for me. ***Warning*** if you wear this color everyone and their mom will stop you to ask what it is! I had write down the beautylish website multiple times for people. :)
I have fallen in love with RGB ! This product line is truly a girl's best friend, in the past I have purchased my favorite Oxblood shade by other brands and have not been happy with the results. I would have to re-apply coat after coat .... until I reached the shade in the bottle. Yet with RGB, one coat works fabulously for me, it's like magic, out pops an alluring rich toasty blend of red, purple and brown creating this gorgeous Oxblood shade and when I wear it oh my gosh I can just feel my nails screaming VA VA VOOM!
I purchased RGB in Haze and Lavender. A couple of uses later, I will definitely purchase other colors, although slowly, as they are pricey. Still, worth it. My manicures have lasted well. The application was joy. I only wish there was a muted beet color, lighter than oxblood and not as light has haze--a little more red or pink.
If you've been searching for the right not-quite-pink, not-quite-off-white, neutral looking nail color THIS IS IT. I've bought countless $5 bottles of nail polish in search of the right shade. It's juuuust a little edgier than Essie's Ballet Slippers, and that's why I love it.
I love the color, very bright and leans more peach than pink. you can tell the formula is quality, it feels more like paint almost, than nail polish. there is no room for making mistakes, it'll all show--and I mean ALL. you can't really paint over them. goes on opaque in one coat and does take some time to dry completely. there is no need for a top coat and it lasts forever. it never chipped until I took it off with remover.
So when you try something new, it is advisable to try one color. I couldn't make up my mind, so in addition to Oxblood, I bought Nightfall and Slate. Well, I'm wearing the Oxblood - which is to die for. The color goes on rich and beautiful. I waited a day between adding the second coat and glass top coat. The tips have started to chip a wee bit, but I like to separate the first and second coats they they can dry. And did I say the color is amazing???