11 Apr 2012 18:02
WTF is wrong with this nail polish?
Ladies, I hope you can solve this "all important" mystery.
I have a problem with my nail polish. After painting my toe nails and letting them dry, a mysterious powdery white film formed on them. I can buff it off, but it comes back after a couple hours. I'm not wearing any lotions or anything to interact with the polish. The polish is Revlon Nail Enamel - Color: Totally Toffee (if that matters).
Have you ever heard of nail polish forming it's own powdery white film? Why would it do this?
(Sorry guys, I know this is completely boring for you. I'll try to think of a totally amazing masculine topic next time.)
11 Apr 2012 18:05
Hmmm, you might have better results on the Beauty & Health group though :P
11 Apr 2012 18:08
I thought of that, but the response time there can be a bit slow. I might add it there as well, but I guess I want instant gratification (boring day... need to fill the time so my day goes faster) and the main boards are as close to that as I can get.
11 Apr 2012 18:34
I just shot them an email... can't bitch on the phone about my nail polish at work. :D
11 Apr 2012 18:39
It's either a fault in the bottle or a fault with the line.. well i'd think so anyway
11 Apr 2012 19:06
So much for instant gratification:
"The Revlon Consumer Information Center has received your comments from our website. Thank you for taking the time to contact us. Our response time to your inquiry may be several days. We appreciate your patience and understanding."
Who said I have patience ...or understanding?
11 Apr 2012 19:36
Good customer service should be important to companies of all sizes.
11 Apr 2012 20:04
If it was mine, I'd just have called them anyways.