OPI Drip Dry 1 oz
OPI DripDry Lacquer drying drops. 60 Seconds after applying nail lacquer and top coat, apply 1 to 2 drops of DripDry.
The Drip Dry works great. I am going to go back to polish instead of shellac because of this product.
I love this color and I am looking for it now, I hope it hasn't been discontinued.It lasts a long time however I am running low
I prefer my Sally Hansen no chip Insta Dry top coat for making sure that everything dries out and resists denting, then chipping.I tried this out on a recent cruise and wasn't terribly impressed but the oils in it felt nice, so I'll keep using it, and maybe change my review upwards but as it stands now, no not worth buying again.
OPI Drip Dry is a little bit pricey BUT it is something I won't go without. I've been using this for years and years. It's the last step in doing my nails, not only does it quickly and easily speed up drying time to within a few short minutes, but it also makes my cuticles look all smooth and tidy and moisturised. The drops come in a small glass bottle with a cap that you throw out and replace with the dropper lid. The dropper squeezes up the little vial and you squeeze 1-2 drops per nail by tipping your nails slightly down and letting the drop run from the base of nail to tip.I've used this with and without top coats and either way it dries the polish and topcoat to a dry to touch within a minute and to near completely dried through in a few minutes so you can get out the door or go about doing most things without ruining your mani. I still wouldn't do anything too harsh on nails for a little bit but I can type, grab my keys, wash my hands etc all without fear of ruining things. HG for sure!I can put these drops over even terribly slow drying top coats and it really does make a difference. The only minor issues I have with this product: you need to store it somewhere dark and cool eg in a drawer, to prevent the product evaporating slowly from the rubber dropper top. Though if you do your nails regularly, you won't notice a slight drop in bottle level that you might if you don't do your nails often. I guess over time it can evaporate perhaps. This travels fine, I've had no spillage or leaks. When you get down to the last part of the bottle you do need to tip the bottle to siphon up the drops in the dropper, but no big deal really. Sometimes you can get these with a bonus top coat deal from OPI. On their own in Australia they're not cheap, around $15-$20 (?) but I think worth it as I do think my manis last better and look better.