I got this link in an email. It's an interesting picture presentation. Here are a few I picked out for discussion...
I'm not sure I totally agree with this statement:
"Avoid quick-drying top-coat formulas; they can seal the outermost layer before the other coats have had enough time to dry, causing polish to chip sooner. Instead, use a regular top coat and let your nails dry thoroughly -- about 20 minutes."
I remember, back in my caveman days, when we didn't have quick drying top coats. And it took FOREVER for some nail polishes to dry. I do agree that one should wait a few minutes to apply the fast drying top coat, but I don't think they should be avoided.
What do you think about quick drying top coats? Do you use them?