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Fashion fail is so last year! Mumsnet's Style and Beauty pages are beautifully abrim with the best looking-good tips.
Oops, sorry it's the colourstay range!
I used to use Nails Inc but now have found Revlon Briliant Strength range. It's new and seems only available in larger Boots stores.
I've ordered the orange Sally Hansen one now so I'll give that a go.
I've tried them all - Nails Inc, No7, Sally Hanson, Essie - and for me, Seche Vite still beats the lot.
this is a fab TC and dries super quick (ignore the reviews, I've never had peeling issues). You can also buy Seche Restore which is a thinner to de-gloop your Seche Vite? Or I'm sure I've seen mini bottles of SV too.
I used nails info then moved to No 7 which is 3rd of price and much better
That's the one - it's brilliant!
The Leighton Denny one is pretty good.
I'm hoping it's this one because I just asked them to send me some
What do I type into Amazon to get Sally Hanson orange bottle?I've had a Sally Hanson one before.TBH I don't know if I can tell that topcoats hep at all, but people say they do.
Agree with knitknack - looks great at first then it all peels off. Thanks for the Sally Hanson recommendation (bet it's a helluva lot cheaper too!)
Sally Hanson, the one in the orange bottle. Seiche vite just makes my varnish peel off...
I have a friend who is a Nails Inc fan, but I don't know that she has ever tried any others.I need someone who has tried ALLLLLL of them!Ideally right now, as I want to click and order something.
On Amazon Seche Vite is cheaper than Nails Inc.
I tried nails inc top coat and its ok but seriously sesche vite is worth the money. I spent my boots points on the nails inc and was really disappointed.
My Seche Vite is now more than halfway down and is too sticky to actually use.Fair enough, I don't often get further than that with nail varnishes.Should I buy another or is there a different topcoat that you could recommend as the best ever?
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