Revlon’s Colorstay Gel Envy is a nail polish that makes your life a little easier. You don’t need to use a base coat, so you get to skip that step. It has it’s own top coat, Gel Envy Diamond Top Coat and it’s supposed to be the home version of a gel polish system; meaning it’s supposed to last a long time. I got a good couple days of out most of them before I got any significant tip wear and I didn’t have any chipping. There are thirty shades in the Gel Envy line, so instead of making one very long post, these are our Most Wanted shades for fall. All of the swatches are two coats and the Diamond Top Coat. I personally like the polishes without the top coat and didn’t find any difference at all in not using it.
High Stakes
Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy High Stakes Swatch
This is my favourite shade out of the whole collection. It’s a medium-dark hunter green and the shade is absolutely perfect for fall.
Showtime
Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Showtime Swatch
Showtime is a gorgeous blue-purple shimmer. The photo can’t quite show just how pretty it shimmers in the sunlight. This is a great pick for a night out.
Ace Of Spades
Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Ace Of Spades Swatch
Ace Of Spades is a dark grey with a slight shimmer that you can’t see in the photos. It’s a nice substitute for black polish.
Hold ‘Em
Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Hold 'Em Swatch
Hold ‘Em is a really pretty plum creme. I got the most wear out of this one before running into tip wear.
Jackpot
Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Jackpot Swatch
What’s fall without a gold shade? I had a little bubbling with this one, but I’m pretty sure it was from the top coat and not the actual polish.
Long Shot
Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Long Shot Swatch
Long Shot is more of a dark coral than a typical burnt orange for fall but I love this shade for fall.

With so many shades to choose from it was hard to narrow down our picks for fall but we did it!

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