My thoughts: Go Fast indeed does dry quite fast, and it's a thin top coat, which probably helps with that as well. The application is easy, however, you really have to be careful with nail art! Since it's so thin, it's hard to apply it floating, and that makes it easier to streak or smudge your design a bit. The top coat couldn't really smoothen the slightly bumpy blue base with just 1 coat, but the thin consistency makes it perfect for nail art with a lot of layers that you want to seal in with top coat in between, to keep the finished result thin as well. And as you'll see in a future post, it's also a nice one for stamping decals!
Top Satin does exactly what you'd expect of a matte top coat, after applying a decent layer of Top Satin, it gives a satin matte finish as shown in my pictures. It applies smooth and easy, and if you want just a touch of satin finish, you can apply a really thin coat. I like this finish, and how the top coat allows for some variation with the finished result. I always wear a normal top coat between nail art and matte top coat, to prevent the latter from smudging, and Go Fast & Top Satin made a nice team for that! You can find these top coats in various webshops and of course on the Dance Legend website.
Dance Legend Velvet #655 with OPI I Saw...U Saw...We Saw...Warsaw, A England Galahad, Essence Forever Mine, Konad Black with UberChic Beauty plate UC1-02 and Dance Legend Top Satin.
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