Revlon Top Speed Fast Dry Nail Enamel

I kinda stoppped wearing nail polishes regularly after I got my dog. Snaps is always running about, so he ends up ruining wet nail polish whenever I bother trying. Hmp! That's not to say that I've sworn off nail polish forever. I sneak in a nail job when he's napping, but I only risk it when I have an important event to go to.

That said, the Revlon Top Speed Fast Dry Nail Enamel (P325) is heaven sent for busy women who can't afford to sit still for long. It gives me glamorous tips in 15 minutes, and that's a guarantee (I counted)! I love that this polish hardens in such a short amount of time.

I've tried other "fast-drying" polishes before but some of them can be misleading. Sure the top layer feels dry, but the lower part is still wet and tacky. Everything WILL fall apart if you happen to bump your nails on something, which totally defeats the purpose.

That's not the case with Revlon Top Speed. As long as you use thin layers, it will dry quickly. The colors I have are also opaque and smooth in two coats (save for the white sheer one) so they don't take much work to perfect.

Here are the swatches!

Sheer Pearl is exactly as its name suggests. It can be opaque in three coats, but I think it doesn't need to be. A sheer coat will brighten your nails in a jiffy.

Ocean is my favorite out of the bunch. It's an electric blue green that reminds me so much of the beach.

Sugar Plum is a shimmery browny plum. Pretty.

Cherry is a bright, creamy, happy red that'll look great with fairer hands

Fire is a more serious, darker red that can be office-safe.


Black Star is a gray black with lots of silver glitter. Another gorgeous shade if you ask me!

What I don't like about it...well, RTS chips within a day or two if you don't use a good top coat. Otherwise, it's all good.

I highly recommend the Revlon Top Speed Fast Dry Nail Enamel to just about anyone who wants quick, gorgeous nails. It dries quickly and is super easy to work with. It's a bit on the pricey end, but I would prefer this specific Revlon nail polish line over OPI or Orly in terms of convenience and usability.

Have you tried this nail polish line? Thoughts?