CVS' Rewards program is the best one out there right now- as far as drug stores are concerned, because your rewards print out instantly on your coupon and you can use them same day. I spend waaaaaay too much money at CVS because they are my go-to for beauty and baby products and I use their pharmacy as well.
I have to say, this brand is only so-so. For the amount of product you receive and the sometimes lack of quality in formula, I would say these are a pass for me unless you find them clearanced or see a color you absolutely can't live without- but chances are you can find a dupe for that polish in another, more cost-friendly brand.
I really love the formulation on all the bottles of this brand that I've tried. I usually try to snag them when they're half-priced at Marshalls or something, because they're more than I like to spend on polish. However, you will not be disappointed with any polish you choose to pick up from this brand.
I don't like these as much as the Megalast line, but these have fun colors with really fun names. In comparison with Megalast, I don't find the formula as pleasing or reliable, but if you want to pick up a polish gift for a tween, this might be a good option.
These bottles are extremely overpriced at the drug store. Compared to other polishes that run the same price, I would say only pick these up if you see them on clearance. This is based on the lack of innovation from the line and the price you pay per mL. I pass on these.
I really liked this as a fast-drying top coat for about a week. It acts like Seche Vite without the shrinkage, but the reason I won't be using this as a top coat anymore is the fact that it absolutely smears my nail art every single time. Since nail art is a must-have for me, this topper is an absolutely must-not-have. But if you just want it as a topper for your basic mani, this might be great for you.
I knew I didn't like bar glitter to begin with, but I decided to pick up a few of these on a whim, hoping that I'd like the effect. It is not flattering, or very interesting in fact. Just ends up looking like a mess on the nails. Good try though, Sally Hansen. You helped me know not to purchase any of the polishes like this from China Glaze either.
I've been a maven for over two years, and unfortunately have been skipping most boxes because for the price per mL that you receive... they are not worth the price. For 10 dollars a bottle, they should have at least the quality of an OPI, but they do not. Some are great, but I've run across a number of stinkers, enough to let each monthly box pass me by. The other greatest determinant of not collecting these anymore is that they are delicate and break easier than any other bottle of polish that I own. Unfortunate because it's a cute sub box.