First of all, please ignore the chipped nails. I will explain the photo later on. Seche Vite here, Seche Vita there. This top coat is known to be one of the finest top coats out there.
This does help my nails dry quicker than usual. It dries within a minute and at around the 3 minute mark, my nails are ready to go for everyday life. With a high shine glossy finish, it definitely was the cherry on the cake to any nail polish. Streak free, no smudges or finger prints. However, I honestly am not keen on this. Sadly, it started to chip after a day. The above photo is after a week and a half.
I had taken this photo for a specific reason. My nail colour wasn’t white after a day or two. Due to being a dyed red head, it started to stain the top coat giving it a dull, dusty pink mask over the white which you can see above. I have used this topcoat on other nail colours and it’s the same result. It wasn’t glossy after this. The stained top coat can be seen on lighter colours but not dark colours. I do have the habit of picking the chipped polish off. My bad. When I do, I was able to peel the top coat off as well. It’s oddly fascinating in my own little world.
The top coat gets thicker over time and will need to use a different product to thin it out. This does have the conventional nail polish chemical smell. Pungent and need to be used in a well ventilated area. There are better top coat polishes out there especially ones that doesn’t get stained easily. This is not what I thought it would be. I wish I could like it but I can’t.
You can get this in Boots, ASOS, M&S, Feel Unique and many more places in stores and online.
Have you tried this and what were your thoughts?