Rimmel 60 Seconds Camouflage Review & Swatches

** This post was written by Fiona. She no longer blogs for Swatch And Learn. However, Mary still continues to blog and will be happy to reply to your comment. **

Hubba hubba. If you’re a fan of green nail polishes, then make sure Rimmel 60 Seconds Camouflage makes an appearance in your collection. This color is absolutely gorgeous!

It’s a saturated green with lots of sparkles to draw the eye to your nail – literally. I can’t keep staring at my fingers. Check out the swatches, and you’ll know what I mean.

Rimmel 60 Seconds Camouflage Swatches & Pictures

1 Coat - Artificial Light - No Top Coat

1 Coat - Flash - No Top Coat

1 Coat - Natural Light - No Top Coat

2 Coats - Artificial Light - Top Coat


2 Coats - Flash - Top Coat

2 Coats - Natural Light - Top Coat


    Dries in under 60 seconds
    One coat needed
    Quick & easy to apply

Key Notes

  • Name: Rimmel 60 Seconds Camouflage
  • Amount: 0.4 fl. oz. or 12 ml
  • What I Paid: $4.99 CAD
  • Price Per Unit: $12.48/fl. oz. or $0.42/ml
  • Where to Buy: Drugstores, big-box stores, supermarkets

Rimmel 60 Seconds Camouflage Nail Polish Review

Quick drying, easy to apply, only need one coat? Sounds like a dream nail polish. Well, Rimmel London 60 Seconds Camouflage Nail Polish is just that!

Now, I don’t know if it’s completely dried in under 60 seconds exactly. But the polish sets fast enough for me to not worry about going about my day. I still wait 5-10 minutes before I apply a top coat and about 30 minutes before I do anything rigorous…just to be on the safe side.

And out of habit, I apply two coats (along with a base and top coat). But as you can see from the swatches, they didn’t lie when they said that 1 coat of the Rimmel 60 Seconds Camouflage Nail Polish is enough.

This comes with a Pro-Cision Brush, which I don’t think is anything special. I don’t find it any easier or any harder to apply the polish than most other brands. Don’t get me wrong. It’s good and lets you apply an even application easily.

Now onto the fun part: the color! I’m in love with this green because it’s so fun without being too in-your-face. It’s a grassy green with sparkles galore that have a golden/yellow tone. Camouflage is a good name, but I think it’s holidays in a bottle. The color reminds me of the beautiful (and expensive) green wrapping paper people use to impress their recipients.

I’ve been sporting Rimmel 60 830 Camouflage for 7 days now. I only see one chipped spot, and that was from when I banged my finger against a door. Ouch. Very slight tip wear, but that’s expected. All in all, my week-long manicure still looks great without touch-ups.

  • Chip resistant
  • Smooth application
  • Great color for the holidays
  • Sparkly without being too in-your-face
  • Dries quickly
  • None!

Final Verdict: 10/10

Just looking at my nail polish collection, I notice that I have a lot of greens. I would rank Rimmel London 60 Seconds Camouflage Nail Lacquer as one of my top two. It’s the polish to go to when you want sparkly fun in a color you can wear every day.

What do you think of this color for the holidays or anytime?


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