Orly Nail Lacquer - Shine
ORLY is one of the nail industry's most renowned brand. Orly seasonally introduces new collections and updates its array of permanent polishes and lacquers. By diligently analyzing fashion trends and precisely custom-blending hues, Orly has established a dynamic palette composed of subtle sheers, vivid crèmes, dazzling shimmers, smooth glitters and hot neons.
Each Orly lacquer is free of DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde and features their award-winning Gripper Cap. Streak-free coverage and brush-ability and each fast-drying shade is formulated with UV inhibitors to prevent fading and yellowing.
- Wide variety of shades to complement fashion trends
- Natural pearl for shine and durability
- UV inhibitors prevent fading
- Streak-free coverage
Rarely I post reviews but this.. What a nightmare?! I bought it on ebay for about Â£5, same price as seche but bigger bottle. I looked up reviews and was positively surprised so I decided to bid on it. Nice packaging, comfortable and big bottle. Product itself on the other hand I would not use this even if this was the only top coat available to buy. It does not dry your polish, its too thin, leaves strikes, polish already chipping (painted last night, not done anything, only bathed) it is called in a snap, who ever came up with it please rethink or use on your own nails. I would not give it one star. Do not buy, spend money on seche or Nail Inc Caviar Top Coat. Nothing comes close to them two genius inventions. Will throw away the unfortunate Orly in a snap (crap).
This is the second Orly product that I've been disappointed in. (The first being Tough Cookie.) Pros: This top coat DOES dry quickly and has a nice shine. Cons: My nails chipped within a couple days, and the bottle got thick & gloopy after only about a month. Not impressed. Zoya, OPI, Sally Hansen, etc. all make better quick-drying top coats.
I hate this stuff. It's thin, watery, and takes aaaaaages to dry. It's a shame, because I love Orly's packaging (the rubber cap is so easy to grip), and it doesn't smell as toxic as Seche Vite, but it's just so horrible. I can't believe they call this a "quick dry" top coat. Next.
I bought a bottle of this about 5 years ago, and some how it got chucked to the back of my nail polish draw. I was having a clear out a few months ago and came by it. WOW! it's as thin and easy to use as it ever was! I don't know why I had not used it all up when I bought it...I do my nails in last thing at night sitting up in bed, then apply this straight away and never get bedclothes marks! I have used SV which turned thick very quickly on me, so much so that I never repurchased it. I will definitely be repurchasing this if it ever runs out!