Thursday, 23 April 2015

Essence Nail Art Express Dry Drops

I really don't have the patience to wait for my nails to fully set so I always end up with a dent or a smudge in at least one.
On my quest to cut corners and skip steps, I came across the Essence Nail Art Express Dry Drops.

The solution looks just like water but with a couple of drops per nail, you can cut the drying time of your polish in half. 

The application is so easy as the bottle comes with a little dropper which picks up the perfect amount of product to cover both hands without having to go back for more. 

It's a very thin consistency which means it tends to run all over your hands. You just have to wipe or wash your hands once your nails dry and you're good to go though.

Once it's on, you only have to wait around 30 seconds to feel the polish starting to set.
I find some polishes that usually take a ridiculous amount of time to dry can take up to five minutes to dry with these but that's a lot better than ten minutes. 

I don't think it's meant to be a feature but I always find my nails have a high shine finish after I use this compared to when I don't. I also find it quite moisturising on my cuticles.
Overall, I'm really impressed by this product. For under €3 you get an 8ml bottle which will last you quite a while.

I know Bourjois do Instant Dry Nail Drops too but they're €8 and I didn't feel like spending that on a product that could be a total gimmick. Let me know if you've ever tried the Bourjois drops as I'd be interested to see if they work as well as the Essence ones.

I hope you all enjoyed this post, let me know if there's anything I missed out as I'm a little rusty at writing at the moment.

Thanks for reading :) 


  1. I literally just finished my Bourjois version of this, so will look out for the Essence one next time as it's much cheaper and it sounds like it does the same thing x

    Beauty with charm

    1. Let me know if you get them and if they're as good as the Bourjois ones! :) x


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