Coming Soon : Essie Speed Setter

Thursday, June 8, 2017 5 comments
When I was with Essie in New York a couple months ago, we got to see that Essie is coming out with a new top coat called Speed Setter. It claims to dry your polish in less than a minute! I don't know if those claims are true until I try it for myself, but a few of the @essieclubcollab girls painted this top coat on their already dried mani's and they said it dried super quick. I'll super curious to put this one to the test and see what it's like with 2 coats of wet polish underneath. 

But I have to say, I'm stoked to see Essie releasing something like this! As a busy mom of four, people ask me how I manage to paint my nails so much and I could NOT do it without fast drying top coat! But I've definitely ruined a mani on more than one occasion because it wasn't completely dry yet. Fast dry top coats are amazing but they take about 15 minutes to be completely dry. So 1 minute to dry?? Tall order, but I can't wait to test it out! Even if it takes 5 minutes for everything to be 100% completely dry, I will be impressed. 

Essie already started promoting this product on social media, which means it's rolling out into U.S. stores. Friends of mine have spotted it at Kohl's already. I'm hoping it won't be too much longer till us Canadians can get our hands on it too!

Is this a product you would try out?


  • Unknown said...

    I would love to try the top coat, I'm always looking for ones that dry fast. By the way, when the picture above was posted on Facebook, everyone went nuts trying to guess which polish that is. I'm thinking Aruba Blue, but would be curious what you think!

  • Chantal said...

    I'm looking forward to trying this out! I wonder if it will also give a super glossy finish too. Looks like it based on the photo, but who knows.

  • Kindra said...

    I've been hearing from insta friends that have been using it for awhile that it doesn't get goopy! Fingers crossed it stays that way 🤞🏻

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