I had mentioned earlier that I was going to be doing a trial run of Poshe products on my nails and I'm starting at the beginning with their fast-drying base coat. This base coat is said to work on both natural and artificial nails, is fast drying, non-yellowing & chip resistant. The following pictures are from 18 February, and I've worn Poshe base coat alone or under every manicure since.
I do have to agree that this is a fast drying base coat. I like to start with my pinkie and move to my thumb when painting my nails and by the time that I've capped the bottle, my pinkie is dry. This is great for me, because I never seem to have a long time to do my nails.
Like my test run with Duri, my nails have been growing well and I haven't had any issues with splitting, peeling or breaking (so far!). I was supposed to have a manicure done today, but my nail tech had to reschedule so I'll wait another week before posting my nails since I'll be having the length taken down a bit as well.
I think I'm going to start having my pedicures done with this. Unlike my hands, my toenails are stained from wearing the same polish for up to 6 weeks straight. I'm not 100% sure what base coat my nail tech uses on my feet, so I will be bringing this in next time I see her for a pedicure. Do you bring your own polishes to the salon?
In my press release post of Poshe products, I had some ladies share that where Seche Vite has failed them, Poshe has redeemed itself. You can see their website as to where to purchase their products in the US (my local Sally's has them!). I've seen the price range from $5.50 to $7 for their base coat.
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