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Review: Seche Polish Rouge

I spend rather a lot of time on the internet, looking at nail polish and various vendors.  I found a particularly terrible looking site that sold cheap China Glaze polishes and decided to give it a shot, given I could use PayPal to cover me.  On a whim, I threw a bottle of red Seche polish, feeling like I should give it a try given how much I like the top coat.  Let's take a closer look at Seche Rouge.

Application was pretty good with this polish but nothing especially stand out.  I used two coats here although, looking at the photos, I wish I'd done another coat to even out the bumps in my nails.  It's also difficult to clean up, you can see how red my cuticles are, despite taking extra time to clean up.  I didn't notice it dried especially fast.  I wanted to jazz the plain red up a bit so I grabbed my striping tape to make the criss-cross pattern on my thumb and ring finger.  Using Glitter Gal Red Sparkle, I added the squares.  Didn't go with the red as well as I'd hoped, but it's close enough.  






The Verdict: I love red polish but it's such a pain to clean up.  For those curious, Seche polish isn't especially special, it's just normal polish.  I'll still love their top coat forever though.

Comments

  1. I think the brand is just "Seche". And "Vite" is the name of the fast drying top coat. I don't think their actual pigmented lacquers are supposed to be fast drying.

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    1. Hah, you're totally right. Shows how much I know :)

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  2. It doesn't really look like anything special but for some reason, I really like your accent nails. I desperately need striping tape in my collection.

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  3. so pretty and your tape lines are so clean
    so jealous of your taping skills :)

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  4. I'm not thrill about the seche polish, but YOUR ACCENT NAILS ARE AWESOME!

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  5. so simple but so nice. very ladylike :)

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