Revlon recently relaunched their Top Speed Nail Enamel in 32 shades that claim to set in 60 seconds. I picked up a couple of shades last week and test drove the colors over Christms. First, I was impressed by the number of non-traditional shades offered. By "traditional" I mean pinks, reds, nude, beige. There were lots of greens, blues, purples, metallics.
Sugar Plum is a shimmery jewel like magenta purple. Two coats and I had complete coverage. I didn't set a stop watch, but the drying time did seem slightly fast. However with base, 2 coats polish, 1 coat top coat, dry time is going to add up. The manicure itself didn't wear so well. I think that the speedy dry time cuts corners for durability and longevity in the manicure. I had tippage at the start of day 2 of my mani. But with fast dry time, why not just erase the old and paint yourself a new set of nails?
I would definitely try checking these out. Revlon has definitely up'ed the ante with interesting color variety and a decent application and formula.
Do you prefer fast dry time to durability? Or do you want something that does it all?