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Gumdrop by Orly


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SHADE: Candy-colored mint pastel shade

CLAIM TO FAME: Lustrous mint crème polish

FAST FACTS: Part of Orly’s permanent Blue color collection; formulated with creamy, milky, pure color pigments; delivers high-intensity opaque color with a smooth, glossy finish

PERFECT FOR: Beach-ready manis and pedis

Lovely Color
May 7, 2014
”I adore this color! It looks gorgeous on and the application is awesome (2 coats)!!! Perfect for the Spring and Summer months!!! But, I will wear this anytime!”
—-Theresa Prude (from

Yummy Color.
March 10, 2014
”I wear turquoise jewelry at times and this is my go to color to make my jewelry/outfit pop. The color goes on smoothly and is long lasting. Color looks great on the toes with a pair of “kick ass” open toe shoes…flats or heels. I will definitely buy again. This color is a keeper!”
–Lindy (from

Fantastic color
January 11, 2014
”Purchased this a while ago but I still love it! I get many compliments when I wear it and it goes well with my tan complexion!”
–Sithy Hussain (from

WHAT YOU GET: (1) bottle Gumdrop Nail Lacquer
NET WEIGHT: 0.6 fl oz / 18ml

In 1975, manicure maven Jeff Pink created a quick ‘n’ easy, natural nail look for screen actresses who had no time to spare in between wardrobe changes. His timesaving manicures were feminine and timeless, never upstaging the outfit. So naturally, they became an instant favorite among stylists and starlets, eventually hitting the runways of Paris! That is how nail polish purveyor Orly was born—and with it, tip treatments, nail lacquers, and the very first better-for-your-nails gel. Today, Orly is available in hundreds of colors in various finishes and limited edition collections!

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Top Reviewer

Opaque-Minty-Turquoise <3

This shade is completely opaque and void of glitter. A definitely one of my favorite from Orly. The first time I wore this shade, people compliments me. The only downside for this is, It dries too quickly which maybe the problem to newbies. And for the price, personally it's not bothering me at all because I love when my nails look gorgeous! To put money on such beautiful nail polish was nothing on me. I'm an ORLY GIRL forever! :)

15 days ago

Fun color and lasts long

Orly nail polishes have proven time and again to me what great quality they have. It can be a little expensive compared to other nail polishes, but I feel it is a good investment since they really deliver on their promise to give out opaque colors that last a long time.

8 months ago
Top Reviewer

one of my fave Orly shades

The Orly Gumdrop is one of my favorite mint nail lacquer shade I have in my collection. It's also one of my first Orly purchases and because of this I got to love the brand. I didn't expect to like the shade coz I thought it wouldn't compliment my skin tone but this one was so nice and only 2 coats and I got opaque results already. I didn't understand before what's the fuzz with high end nail polishes but after having Gumdrop which lasted on my nails for almost a week, I know why these are kind of expensive and it was all worth it.

9 months ago
Top Reviewer


Orly Gumdrop is a very nice mint green shade with blue undertones. I like how this looks really refreshing and light to the eyes. I like how this color uplifts my mood in a certain way. This is very pigmented. You get full coverage with two coats. It dries quickly too.

11 months ago
Top Reviewer

No to boring nails

Orly has proven that it lasts for a really long time without chipping and does not cause my nails to get brittle. Gumdrop is another go to nail polish for me. I love the minty blue to green shade which compliments my skin tone. It's nothing too bright making it perfect for work but still gives my nail the pop of color that it needs so it doesn't look boring.

12 months ago
Top Reviewer

Orly Gumdrop Nail Polish

Definitely one of my fave shades from Orly! Gumdrop is a medium minty-turquoise shade that somewhat resembles the Tiffany box color. It's a straight up creme and is opaque in two coats. The formula leans a bit thicker, so expect the first coat to be a bit streaky. But after careful application of your second coat, you'll be able to achieve that smooth, streak-free coverage. It dries down quickly, so you might wanna speed up with your application. It has decent shine and even without a top seal, it lasts on the nails for days.

12 months ago
Top Reviewer


I have always wanted to try a nail polish with a shade of green that is not too bright. This one is a perfect pastel shade of mint that has an opaque finish. It does not look too bright on the nails so it's perfect to use even if you are young at heart! This is definitely my go-to mint shade!

about 1 year ago
Top Reviewer

I love it!

It's not too bright and the formulation is perfect!

about 1 year ago
Top Reviewer

Pop of Color Classic

ORLY is one of the nail polishes to swear by—and this color is really quite flattering for morena skin types! Unfortunately, I've been told by my dermatologist to cease using nail polish as it worsens my eczema. (Before I was diagnosed with it a few years ago, however, I've been going to the nail parlour every month and this was one of the brands I used.) Use polish in moderation and make sure it doesn't irritate your skin—once you do, then try this color out! Perfect for those who want a pop of color but don't want anything too bright. :)

about 1 year ago
Top Reviewer

Also great nail polishes

Orly also make excellent nail polishes but they are second to OPI, in my opinion. It's just that OPI lasts longer and more resistant to chipping. Orly has great shades as well so if I find a shade that I really like, I'd go for it!

about 1 year ago