I'm hoping you are still with me, lately there have been a lot of changes in my life with finishing university (with a 1st which I am ecstatic about) getting a new job and so on. However because of all this my blog has took a back burner which I didn't want to happen but needed some time out from it to sort things out. I hope you guys don't mind, and hoping to get back on the blogging wheel once again.
Seche Vite Quick Dry Top Coat £9*
So Seche Vite is probably one of the most talked and raved about top coats in the blogging world, and I couldn't wait to give this product a whirl. Now I am a fan of quick try top coats as I'm always the girl to paint my nails and within 10 minutes have smudged at least one, however since using this it has been the answer to all my prayers!
When applying this on my nails I couldn't help but notice the glossy shine that it leaves, no matter what polish brand you use the shine is there. Also I couldn't get over how quickly the nail dried I figured after a few minutes today I'd start touching my nails (instantly dreading it in my head) to see how they were getting on, and on the surface they were dry! I don't think I've come across a top coat that dries the polish as quick as this - so super impressed.
However, and yes there is a downside to this holy grail product and unfortunately that is the chipping I've found using this, now this does actually claim to be chip free but I have noticed after a couple of days this does tend to chip easily, and then depending on how long my nail polish has been on the top coat layer begins to peel which isn't nice.
For £9 this isn't the cheapest top coat in the world, as my second favourite top coat polish (China Glaze) retails for a lot less. However there is a noticeable difference between the two with the high shine gloss that it leaves.
All in all though, I am a big fan of this. I can get over the chipping issue as I do tend to change my polish quite often depending on my mood. So if you are after a quick dry top coat than this is the one for you.
What is your favourite quick dry top coat? And I promise I will try and get my blog posts up and running again.