I put the orange one on my toes and it was there for a while. I don't do my toes often so usually whatever's on there stays there for months or until it comes off. All my toes still had polish on them after 2 months. (Not much on the little toes but probably due to growth. The big toes however, were still covered!)
I use this for the summer. After I moisturize, I lightly dust this over and then put on my Physician's Formula Bamboo Bronzer. It's great if you want to take away the shine and cover up some minor complexion flaws. I like transparent. Also used this for a fashion show on the models, it took the shine right out and couldn't tell they had any kind of powder on.
I love all the colors they put out for this line. However when I went to use it for the first time it was kind of clumpy even after shaking awhile. Finally towards the end it let up a but and smoothed out but that was for about 3 nails. Also didn't dry as fast as I had hoped it would. Still, not that bad for $4.99 at Target. I got Peachy as a substitute for Essie's Tart Decor ($7.59). It's a close match but you might want to spend the extra money.
I love nail polish of all brands, I've used Revlon since I first started wearing nail polish when I was 10. They last long, aren't translucent, and can be applied easily.
These are low pigmented so they work well for people who don't want too much color on their eyes. You get subtle color that can be worn from day to night. I say they are good for beginners because they give you enough to play with and if you mess up it's unnoticeable. I've used these pretty much since I was a teenager and still love them. They do have a lot of shimmer though, so I don't recommend them if you like a more matte look.