These sucked. Used a whole bottle and it didn't make a huge difference during drying time. Very expensive price wise, you expect better quality with OPI, but there are better drying products on the market.
Was not impressed with these drops. They claim to be dry to the touch in 60 seconds and completely dry in 5 minutes AND ITS NOT TRUE AT ALL. They are dry to the touch in 5 minutes but almost takes 2 hours for COMPLETE dryness. Between that time, the nail polish is easily dented. But at the same time, if you rub on it, it can "undent". Not sure if that made any sense. But essentially, these drops are only good if you're cautiously aware of what you're doing in the next couple hours. I made the mistake of sleeping after only letting it dry for 10 minutes and they were ruined by morning when I woke up.
I cam across the Nicole by OPI Quick Drying Drops at Shoppers Drugmart the other day and thought I'd give them a try. I have to say I was rather disappointed by the results. I use gels on my nails but thought the drying drops would be great for pedicures. I found it took a very long time to set my polish - and even then it was still very easy to blemish. Cost wise they were about $10.99 and I didn't feel that they were all that effective. A bit of a disappointment since I am a huge OPI Fan.
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