Below: You can see the mess that the brush made, even after 3 coats. The formula was a bit thick, so it didn't even out the brush streaks. My skin isn't really that red, I think it's the lighting.
Below: The culprit was really the brush, much more so than the formula. Nice quality control, Maybelline!
Below: Bottle comparisons with some of the other Mint green shades I have L-R: Sinful Mint Apple, Barry M Mint, Jessica Cloud Mine, Maybelline Minty (devil brush!), American Apparel Office, Essie Mint Candy Apple, China Glaze Re-Fresh Mint, Nicole Hint of Mint. Click to enlarge photo, but in my opinion, Minty falls in between Office, which is a bit more muted, and Mint Candy Apple, which is ever so slightly lighter.
Even though Goody Plum Drop applied nicely for me yesterday, I can't say the same for one of the other shades from Maybelline's Spring LE collection. Minty, although a nice shade, was rather disastrous upon application. The formula itself wasn't too bad, although it was a little on the thick side. I ended up having to go with 3 coats instead of my preferred 2, but the real problem was in the cut of the brush. I seldom do any clean-up, but was forced to on this shade, and it's still rather a mess around the cuticles. It was quite streaky after the first coat, but that could be from the poor quality of the brush. I did some comparison bottle pictures for those of you trying to locate this one, and I wouldn't say it's an exact dupe to anything I have, although it is close to a few of them. Other than the brush issue, which ruined everything for me, it's just 'okay'. Nothing terribly unique in the mint green realm, but it is what I would call a true mint--not too blue, not too green. Damn brush!