'Seche, creator of the award-winning Seche Vite Top Coat introduces its first colour line: Seche Nail Lacquer. Available in 33 stunning, fashion-forward shades, Seche Nail Lacquer delivers on both style and substance.
The high-intensity colour makes application onto the nail even easier with one stroke leaving a strong pigmented and long lasting colour. Add Seche’s Dry Fast Top Coat for a rapid-dry protective layer that will give nails a gorgeous, salon-finish.'
Another Glossybox product, Seche Nail Lacquer is now my go-to nail product for everyday wear. I have the colour Elegant, which is a 'bronze shimmer' with lovely red/orange tones to it. It is also available in an impressive range of 33 shades/colours, from neutrals to greys to bright pinks, there's a shade for everyone.
The bottle is a very generous 14ml, and it only takes one coat for a flawless finish, which I haven't found with any other nail varnish I've tried. It has a thinner brush than average, which I personally find helps with application. You can get into the edges of your nail without it spilling over onto your skin. It only takes a tiny amount on the brush to provide good coverage and that, again, stops the spillage and mess.
On average, this nail polish lasts me between 5-10 days, whereas every other one I try chips within about 5 minutes - my nails just repel any colour that comes near them! They do have a feature on their website, Virtual Brush On, where you can 'try on' their nail varnish, but to be honest, you're better off googling the shade you're interested in and seeing it on other peoples nails.
Seche Nail Lacquers are definitely at the higher end of the price-scale with a RRP of £9.95/14ml (available from Nails By Mail), they're not exactly budget-friendly. But they are worth it, with only needing one coat, and lasting so long, and having a pretty big bottle. Compared to Essie's 15ml bottles for under £5, or O.P.I's 15ml bottles for under £8, it just depends whether you want to spend that extra money for the added benefits that come with Seche Nail Laquers. Previous Post: Review: HD Brows Bombshell Palette Next Post: Review: Milk_Shake Leave-In Conditioner