Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Essie Good To Go!

I am currently wearing Essie Turquoise & Caicos and hope to get a picture today after work.  I tried last night and this morning and it was either too dark or raining...or both:(  
In the meantime, I thought I'd share my favorite Top Coat with you.  A year ago, I would have told you I would never find anything better than Seche Vite.  ...I guess I was wrong.  The reason I was on the hunt for something other than Seche Vite (no, not because of the warning on the label) is because I couldn't stand how thick and goopy it got when I was about half-way through the bottle.  I ended up always buying another bottle when I got half-way through and then when I got half-way through the new one, I would combine them...and also add a little Orly Nail Polish Thinner.  Still wasn't fun to work with.  Don't get me wrong, a brand new bottle of Seche Vite is probably the fastest drying top coat I have ever tried.  But I found a very, very close second.
Essie Good To Go!  Not only does this dry super duper fast (ALMOST as fast as Seche Vite) it is also a very thin formula (which is good in this case...not in the case of Turquoise & Caicos - more about that in my next post).  
The thinner formula is such a breeze to apply and because there isn't as much product, it dries very quickly.  
When I am looking for a top coat, I am not looking for something that will make my nail polish last, as I change my polish pretty much every day.  I am looking for a top coat that will dry instantly so I can move on with my life...laundry, kids, dishes, yard work, eating, etc.  I hate walking around like I am a princess worried that my nail polish will smudge.This is perfect for me.  
So if you are in the market for a new top coat, try Good To Go!

2 comments:

  1. Next time I have a coupon for Ulta or CVS I'll have to pick this up. Sometimes it's nice to have a variety of top coats for different situations. I love Essie products and especially their base coats. I have two so far and just bought Feed Me too!

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    1. I've tried Essie Fill the Gap and Ridge Filler and really liked those too. How do you like Feed Me?

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