Revlon — Posh (Nail Enamel) Swatch & Review

Revlon Nail Enamel in Posh

Brand: Revlon

Posh (571) is a deeper midtone green cream that has the slightest touch of teal, making it a faintly blue-toned pine green. I don’t think there’s much else like it at the drugstore, so it’s nice that Revlon has Posh in its core collection.

Application was decent and mostly streak-free. Two coats is all that was required for full opacity. While the overall finish is not perfect, for a low-end polish (I got mine on sale for CA$2.99) this is a good deal!

Revlon Nail Enamel in Posh, swatch

Revlon Nail Enamel retails for around US$4.99 / CA$5.99 and is 0.5 US fl oz / 14.7 mL. They are free of toluene, formaldehyde, and dibutyl phthalate (DBP), and are made in the USA.

Buy: Revlon Nail Enamel in Posh at

Revlon is a public company based in New York, NY, USA.


10 thoughts on “Revlon — Posh (Nail Enamel) Swatch & Review

  1. Green nail polishes are not really my thing, but it is nice that they have this available at the drugstore option – it’s like a Streetwear throwback! I image this gets pulled out once a year for St Patty’s Day.

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    • I love green polishes, even though they generally look pretty sickly on me! If I had one drugstore wish, it’d be for Revlon to bring back the Streetwear line! If only I’d had more money to spend on polishes back then. LOL.

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      • Yeah I remember I only bought a few of the Streetwear and they were SO edgy. Same with Hard Candy, which I think was only available at the Bay. Do you remember the line Tony+Tina? I remember wanting to buy stuff from there but soooo expensive (at the time for me as student!)

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        • I have one Tony & Tina! (Possibly two? Not sure.) Loved the bottles, they were so Jetsons. I was a student around that time, as well, and had very little spending money. I recall buying a bunch of clearance stuff when Eatons cleared out, though. LOL.

          I am tempted to pick up some new Hard Candy, but arrrgh Wal-Mart. :/

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          • I know what you mean. I spent about 3 years boycotting Walmart. But at the time there were other options like Zellers. Now even Target is gone. I guess Superstores? I’m quite disheartened that they’re opening more stores. I do try to limit my purchases there except for brands that are exclusive to them.

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          • That’s true. It does feel like we have fewer options in that market. is still so useless, too.

            I admit, I browsed the Flower Beauty products the other day online! :p

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