I love to paint my toenails. I've never really been one to paint my fingernails, but you'd be hard pressed to catch me at anytime without some kind of nail polish on my toenails.
One of my biggest problems when it comes to getting a good coat is finding time to allow the polish to dry. I have pets and if I get up to do something while my toes are drying I often wind up with cat or dog hair in my polish. It seems like no matter how hard you try to keep your wet toenails away from anything and everything, they always end up getting scratched or marred and you have to start all over or live with the imperfections.
I was a bit skeptical when I read that this polish dries in less than a minute, but I was wiling to try anything once. And it lived up to its claims! I couldn't believe how fast it dried: it was so fast that I had to re-learn how to paint my nails because if I didn't get enough polish on my brush it didn't dry in a smooth and rounded fashion like traditional polish does. Instead, the layers seemed to dry instantly and kind of streaked with the impression of the bristles of the brush. It was easy to learn how to get the best effect from this polish, and I can't wait for more colors to become available.
The color I got is a pretty blue-green teal color, and it's perfect for summer. I've had it on for over two weeks and it still looks new. I do cover my polish with a clear top coat, but I'm hard on nail polish and this one looks like it would wear very well. It's a great time-saver, too.