Essie Rock At The Top (Topcoat Effect)

[Discontinued] Rock At The Top (Topcoat Effect) by Essie

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Polish Name: Rock At The Top (Topcoat Effect) by Essie

Description: Rock At The Top is a gold glitter topper.

Size: 13.5 mL

Brand: Essie

Collection: Essie Luxe Effects

This product contains no formaldehyde, Toluene or DBP.

About Essie: Essie is one of the most popular brands in the industry. They are known for their wide variety of unique colors and fun polish names. Since Essie was created in 1981 the brand has developed into a high quality spa polish line used among professionals and polish lovers at home. Essie is regularly feature in InStyle, Self, and Allure magazine. Their most recent claim to fame was being worn by Kate Middleton in the royal wedding.

Application Instructions: For best results first apply a base coat to clean, bare nails. Then apply 2-3 coats of colored polish (depending on its consistency and thickness). For long lasting wear finish with a top coat.

2 Reviews

  • 3
    Beautiful but dries up very quickly

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Aug 2018

    You can only get a few uses of this before it dries up (in about 4-6 months). Have had the same thing happen to any of my Essie sparkle polishes.

  • 4
    Blingy Gold

    Posted by Steff on 27th Jul 2016

    Let me start by saying I'm not a huge fan of Essie. I find the polish chips very quickly, however my best friend is getting married and her colors are blush and gold, which means I need some kinda gold to appear at some point on my nails. I've seen some designs I really liked that had this type of chunky gold and could not find these chunks in any other brand. So I broke down and bought it on sale at a local drug store. I can honestly day, I'm pleasantly surprised. It is a nice touch of sparkle for an accent nail, or to give a little bling to your simple mani. I always go for silver as an accent nail, but now that I have this gold I may be switching it up a bit. Worth it if you're an avid nail painter. (I'm not sure how long it takes to chip, i've only just painted my pretties)