Review : Nubar Freeze Dry

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

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I'm a big fan of Seche Vite, however once it starts to turn into that gloopy mess I start to panic, especially when I dont have a back up! This time around though, I didnt panic, because I had this little gem hidden away in my nail polish stash...
 Let me introduce to you Nubar Freeze Dry Nail Polish, a drying accelerator. We've all been there, decided to paint our nails just before we need to go out, or even just before bed. You're in a rush so you faff about and end up smudging them, que you getting annoyed with yourself! Using this product means you avoid this stress.
 Nubar Freeze dry comes with both a brush and pipette for application. I personally prefer the pipette. I just paint my nails, add a standard topcoat, then using the pipette drop a couple of drops of the drying accelerator onto my nails. It's quite an oily consistency which feels quite nourishing on my cuticles. After about a minute, my nails are dry to the touch and I can carry on with what I am doing! - This is perfect when I've run out of Seche Vite and leave it till just before bed to paint my nails. No one wants fabric dented nails - I'm sure you all know what I mean!

I know a lot of people like the glossy nail look, I know I do. By using Nubar Freeze dry, it keeps your nails looking glossy after you have applied a regular top coat. I know some polish accelerators can dull the appearance of your nails after application but this particular one doesnt do that, which is a big plus for me.

Nubar Freeze Dry retails at £7.85 which I dont think is too bad, you can purchase it at Feel Unique.

Have you tried any nail polish drying accelerators before?

Much Love,

7 comments:

  1. Looks interesting...will let you know if I ever try it!x

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  2. This sounds amazing! I have the nubar speckled polish and it works a treat to make my nails look like the illamasqua one but at a fraction of the price :) x

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  3. I've always wondered if these type of things would work. You've given it a good review so I think I might have to try it. I love the glossy look nail as well. Love your blog by the way, new follower here :)

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  4. This sounds like something I need to try. My seche vite is just getting gloopy!! M xxx

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  5. Ooohhh, I love the idea of this what with the pipette and all! I've only ever had one experience with this stuff, and it was when I had my nails painted in a salon - She used a Jessica thing, and I think that had a pipette, I can't believe how quickly my nails dried, really odd! Is it better than Seche Vite? Is that applied with a brush? I just can't imagine how it doesn't drag the nail polish off! x

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