Rush 60 Second High Speed Top Coat

I’m a sucker for trying different top coats. I saw this top coat when it first arrived at Sally’s ages ago. They were running a promotion; .45oz bottle for $1.99. I figured I didn’t have much to lose so I decided to give it a try.

Overall I am quite happy with this top coat. It adds a wonderful shine to any polish, dries relatively fast and is DBP free. This is a thinner top coat. The formula is actually quite similar to inm Out The Door which is a top coat I quite like. Both Essie Good to Go! and Seche Vite are thicker and both dry faster.

I have found the thicker the top coat, the quicker my nails chip. This top coat was no different. Because it is on the thinner side, the wear was fabulous. I also experienced no issues with shrinkage from this top coat.

Just last week I purchased a new bottle of Rush 60 Second top coat. I went into Sally’s intending to purchase a new bottle of inm Out The Door but saw Sally’s was running a special on this top coat. The 1oz bottle (it seriously looks GINORMOUS) was on sale for $3.99 with a Sally’s card. That’s a deal that was too good to pass up. The normal price for the 1oz bottle is $4.99, and $3.99 for the .5oz bottle. (Note: I previously purchased a “normal” size bottle of this top coat that is labeled .45oz….but online it says .5oz)

This is a top coat I definitely recommend. The price is fabulous as is the formula.

Check out the picture below the jump to see a comparison between the ginormous bottle and the normal bottle (as well as a list of the ingredients) 🙂

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13 thoughts on “Rush 60 Second High Speed Top Coat

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  3. […] Punki Purple is a raspberry purplish red creme. The color is very vibrant but not crazy bright. This polish is a neon, so the formula is rather thin and it dries to a matte finish. I used 3 coats in my swatches and topped it with a coat of Rush 60 Seconds Top Coat. […]

  4. […] three coats in my swatches. This is a neon, so it did dry to that matte finish. I added one coat of Rush 60 Seconds Top Coat and I was good to […]

  5. […] 4. A topcoat of your choice. I used Rush 60 Seconds top coat. […]

  6. […] The only other things in my travel nail polish bag is my current base coat (Julep) and my favorite fast dry top coat (Rush 60 Seconds). […]

  7. […] Speed Dating is from Rimmel’s long gone Lycra Wear line. It’s supposed to be a long wearing polish line and on the bottle claims this polish will wear for 10 days with no base or top coat. While I will admit this polish does wear well, I’m not sure 10 days was ever going to happen. And I did use a top coat (RUSH 60 Second High Speed top coat). […]

  8. […] it does dry to that weird neon semi matte finish. A shiny top coat is definitely required! I used Rush 60 Second High Speed Top Coat. Unfortunately, because Butler Please is a neon, the wear isn’t […]

  9. […] top coats. My all time favorite top coat is Essie Good To Go! though I’m currently using Rush 60 Second High Speed Top Coat. It’s very close to the Essie top coat but much less […]

  10. […] I cannot resist trying new top coats. There are several that I truly adore; Essie Good to Go, RUSH 60 Seconds and inm Out the Door. As it turns out all of those are similar. They are a thin consistency and are […]

  11. […] this polish dries it is a bit dull. A shiny top coat is definitely required! I used Rush 60 Seconds in my swatches. A word of advice: don’t use Seche Vite. It causes this polish to shrink. […]

  12. […] a good 10 minute or more for everything to dry then apply your favorite top coat! I used Rush 60 Seconds High Speed top […]

  13. They are running the 3.99 for 1 oz special again and I remembered this post and decided to snag me one. Can’t wait to try.

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