A new review for ye today. This time it's a topcoat from Sally Hansen. I have nail polish from the brand and I am in love with a few of them (gilded lily is one of my must have nail polishes) I was sent the Sally Hansen Insta-Dri topcoat. It claims to dry any nail colour in under 30 seconds and last up to 10 days without chipping.
|China Glaze I'm with the lifeguard|
It definitely lives up to its claims. It dries incredibly quickly and it has a gorgeous shine to it. It's not as thick as Seche vite which I prefer and it does not ruin your cuticles or the skin around your nails at all. Something I suffered greatly with when I was using the Seche topcoat. I believe this costs around €6.95 in boots (I can't remember but it was around that) You get 13.3 ml of product. It has a nice brush. Not too thick or too thin.
I have used this in a few manicure so far (as you can see :P ) and I am so pleased with its formula and the end result. I will update this when I have finished the bottle as I am interested to see if it goes gloopy or stringy towards the end.
|China Glaze Running in circles|
The one negative I have is that it cannot be used on your nail art designs. It makes the nail polish run and pretty much ruins it. Some people won't mind it that much but for me personally that loses marks.
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- It dries quickly with a nice glossy finish
- It's relatively inexpensive
- It has a good amount of product
- The formula and brush are pretty much perfect
- Sally Hansen are Cruelty-Free
- It can make nail polish run so it's not great for stamping or nail art