Revlon Gold Coin is a neutral-toned, medium gold with a metallic finish. It is a permanent nail lacquer that retails for $4.99.
Revlon Gold Coin (925) Nail Lacquer ($4.99 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is a dirty champagne-gold foil with a metallic shimmer-sheen. The most recent iteration of this that I reviewed was Chanel Diwali, which is slightly warmer. Urban Decay Superfreak is lighter. Dior Timeless Gold is very similar. And while I haven't yet reviewed, I do have Illamasqua Swinger now swatched, and it is rather similar--marginally darker and warmer at best. Timeless Gold has the least amount of visible brush strokes (next to none), while Diwali has the most visible brush strokes. Gold Coin and Swinger are tied for having just a few noticeable ones under really bright light.
A gentle shake of the bottle and two coats and your nails are good to go. From the beach to the boardroom, this formaldehyde and toluene-free nail enamel by Revlon is available in a variety of shades to suit your style.