Monday, 18 May 2015

NOTD: Rimmel Rita Ora 60 Seconds Super Shine - Roll in the Grass

Last year Rimmel launched a collab range of nail polishes with Rita Ora. There was a lovely selection of colours but they were part of the 60 Seconds range which was notorious for taking several 60 seconds to dry.
This year's polishes are different in that they actually dry in a reasonable amount of time. I still wouldn't say 60 seconds but a single layer takes around the two minute mark to set which is a big improvement. 

The colour Roll in the Grass is a greeny turquoise shade. The high shine finish makes it look like you've gone out and got your nails done when it actually only took five minutes at home. I've had multiple strangers compliment my nails each time I've worn this which is always a great feeling. 

The brush is quite wide which can make application a little messy on my smaller nails. Having said that, I know a lot of people much prefer a wide brush so it's really just down to personal taste. 
The formula is thick but not gloopy. For full opacity, I apply three layers, being careful not to load up the brush with too much polish.

I used the Nail HQ All in One polish to help prevent any staining on my nails and to help strengthen them.

I also popped some Superdrug Vitamin E Super Balm on my cuticles as they're a little dry at the moment. This a great multi-purpose balm that can be used on areas of dry skin.

Overall, I'm loving this nail polish and I need to go get more from the collection. They're around €4.49 but are on sale in Sam McCauley's for just over €3. 

Let me know if you've tried any polishes from the new Rita Ora range. Did you find the drying time better than previous years? 

Thanks for reading :) 

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