the better known ones are essie, OPI, china glaze etc. but honestly, as long as it’s well-pigmented, a decent top coat (seche vite?) can make any polish good.posted about 1 year ago
I really like China Glaze, I buy both China Glaze and OPI and China Glaze always lasts longer on my nails. I also really like Sally Hansen, Hard as Nails is about $3 and it’s pretty awesome.posted about 1 year ago
If you’re the kind of person who dislikes strongly scented nail polishes, then you might like Zoya. I think Whole Foods carries them. :Dposted about 1 year ago
China Glaze, OPI, and Essie are all around $9 and have a variety of colors and lasting color. For me, I also really like Sally Hansen’s Extreme Wear nail polish bc their polishes are really long wearing and they’re like $2-3. Also, Essie and Seche Vite have really good top coats and can enhance the finish of your polish.posted about 1 year ago
I love the Sally Hansen Insta Dry nail polishes… they go on smoothly and dry crazy fast. They do chip quickly if you don’t apply top coat though. They are about $4.50 at WalMart.
I do not, however, like the Sally Hansen Hard As Nails polishes. The formula is too goopy and runny, and didn’t last at all.
I also like the Brash nail polishes from Payless. I didn’t expect it to be awesome, since I bought it at a shoe store and paid $1.99, but it lasted for almost two weeks before it even started to chip (without topcoat). Definitely recommend it!posted about 1 year ago
Well the best nail polish I ever tried is from Farmec, it is a brand in my country and it is very cheap somewhere at the price or 3 euro. http://www.farmec.ro/produse/cosmetica-decorativa/farmec-ultrarezistent—-lac-pentru-unghii-in-diferite-nuante-191.htmlposted 18 days ago
I have the same problem with cheap polish that’s why I usually buy from ELF, http://www.eyeslipsface.com/ . They got really nice prices, and pretty colours! :)posted 17 days ago
Gel is always the logest lasting but its expensive so I’ll go with essie and Opi!!
If you file your nails and buff them to where they are a bit rough and apply a base coat if will last longer, also you must wait for each coat to be COMPLETELY dry before you apply the next coat. I always finish with a top coat to protect the color.. So I end up with three or four coats (depending on the actual thickness of the color) and it lasts usually a week without looking bad ;)posted 8 days ago
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