I bought this nail polish because it claimed to be "mega lasting." I figured I would use it and put it through the ultimate test- wearing it to work. Usually when I work, my nail polish will be chipped by the end of the night. (That is until I found Essie's No Chips Ahead.) If I wear a top coat that is quick drying... my nails will still be chipped by the end of the night. So to put this one to the test I put on two coats of this polish in "On a Trip" and one coat of NYC quick drying top coat. Turns out this polish is pretty lasting. I wore it for 3 days before I wanted to change the color and it hadn't chipped a bit. Two of those three days were days that I worked. I didn't see if they sold this in a top coat because I'd definitely be willing to try that out if they did. At around $2 a bottle, I plan on trying this polish in many colors!
One thing that was a little weird was the new brush that comes in this bottle. It's called a "manicure pro brush." It's very very wide and rounded a little. I thought I was really going to like the brush until I started to use it. I think it will just take some getting used to. It takes up a lot more space on the nail and holds quite a bit of nail polish. But obviously I managed to figure out how to use the brush and some people probably really like what it does.
This is the color "On a Trip" in different lights. It is definitely a little more purple than it photographs.