Maybelline Coloroma Nail Color – Graus Review, NOTD

Posted on Nov 30 2012 - 11:10am by poonam

Maybelline Coloroma Nail Color – Graus Review, NOTD

Product Claims:

  • High-gloss nail color with 5 day wear!
  • Combine a visually stunning palette of pigments, pearls and glitters
  • It’s the ultimate accessory that transforms your look from day to night, fun to funky and classic to daring…in a flash

Direction for Use:- With one sweep, paint the first line of nail polish up the center of your nail starting from the base to the tip. For the cleanest look, be sure to leave a small space at the base of the nail. Then apply color to the rest of the nail with additional sweeps of polish on each side of the original line. Let your nails dry before applying a second coat

  • Available in 26 beautiful shades

Price:- Rs.100 for 8ml

Shelf Life:- 3 years from the Mfg date.


My experience with Maybelline Coloroma Nail Color-Graus:-

Graus is a bright Tomato Red shade. It is a pure red shade free from any kind of shimmers and without any orange, pink or maroon tones. It is as creamy, smooth and shiny as the skin of ripen tomato.


The Maybelline coloroma nail colors have a runny consistency but the formula is decently pigmented and the same holds true for this too. It goes sheer in single coat but builds up beautifully with a second one. The thing I loved most about this is that it doesn’t turn dark or goes maroon with multiple coats and I can go on and on with this without worrying about ending up with a darker shade.


Another amazing feature of this nail color is its super-smooth application. The good-quality brush distributes the color evenly over the nails and thin consistency prevents the application from turning thick or sticky with multiple swipes. I can easily go for 3-4 swipes or even more without messing up the application.

The quick dry formula sets the nail color within few minutes of application and saves me from getting a tacky and patterned look.



Recommendation:- Graus is a lovely bright red creamy nail color which speaks for itself. It is a shade lighter than Lotus Herbals Color dew Crimson Red and much better than Lakme Siren Red.

It is glossy, it is creamy, it has shine, and in short it has everything that you can think of having in a red nail color. It is a gorgeous red shade and I totally love the color. I like it better than my Lotus Herbals Color dew Crimson Red nail color. Maybelline has a wide range of color from and I am looking forward to try more shade from Coloroma range.




Rating:- 4/5

Have you tried Maybelline Coloroma Nail Color-Graus? Do you like such bright red nails?

8 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. shruti December 1, 2012 at 1:22 AM - Reply

    Wow it’s such a gorgeous red. I love all kinda reds on my nails. But I can see from my pics that this is truly MY kinda red. 😀 Would make sure to buy it whenever I go shopping next time.

    • poonam December 1, 2012 at 9:50 AM - Reply

      Hey Shrutii.. Welcome to BMM..
      I am ED fetish.. I love red in everything be it Sarree, Lips, Shoes, nail or anything.. and Graus is really a very beautiful red… I like it..

  2. shruti December 1, 2012 at 11:18 AM - Reply

    Yep me too. Although I have still not been able to find my perfect red heels.. 😉

    • poonam December 1, 2012 at 3:13 PM - Reply

      Hee… I have 2-3 red footwear but still hunting for heels…
      Do tell me when you find yours….
      waise Heels or flats for you????

  3. shruti December 1, 2012 at 4:48 PM - Reply

    I like flats more, heels only for parties n even then i keep a flat pair in car to change into them later on. bt still u knw na hw gals r mad for heels.. i m also true to my gender.. 😀 wat abt u?

    • poonam December 1, 2012 at 7:45 PM - Reply

      hhehe.. I think all girls think alike.. Heels are an absolute must have.. but nothing can beat those comfortable flats.. I like Heels more as I am quite short… 🙁
      But when it comes to comfort and ease flats win for me.. I prefer only ballenrina or boots style in flats… Strappy or open flats aren’t my taste as they accumulate all the dust on feett.. which i totally hate… :):)

  4. shruti December 2, 2012 at 12:03 AM - Reply

    Yep, totally agree abt the dirt factor. I used to love strappy ones too when I was in Punjab. bt here in Gujarat, it is soo dusty, n open footwears r nt even an option for daily usage. So, nw me too stick to ballerinas, punjabi jutti and closed shoes etc.

    • poonam December 2, 2012 at 12:18 PM - Reply

      wooowww. u stay in Gujrattt.. 🙂
      I love gujrati food.. specially dhokla and fafdaaa.. and i so love playing Dandiyaaa..
      and Punjab is awesone.. i love everything abt it tooo..
      I so wanna wear strappy footwear but Delhi’s dust and heat..make me avoid these..
      Juttiss… they look so pretty with any outfitt.. :);)

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