Revlon 60 Seconds Quick Dry Spray Review

Revlon 60 seconds quick dry spray

Along with half a million other ideas, I’ve decided that I want to do more short and sweet reviews when I come across products worthy of it. Very often there’s only a couple of paragraphs worth writing, but its something I want to share because it impressed me. Everyone on board with that? Let’s start with Revlon 60 Seconds Quick Dry Spray then.

The thing is, if you paint your nails you probably want this. I was using quick dry drops up to a while ago but this has overtaken them as my new favourite – it just seems more powerful. If you haven’t globbed your nail polish on too thick it really is dry within a minute or two.

My favourite feature by far is the metered dose though – the aerosol spray releases just enough of the good stuff for one nail at a time, so you can methodically go over each finger without wasting your product by spraying it all over your hands and your desk. Two dry thumbs up.

Get Revlon 60 Seconds Quick Dry Spray from pharmacies and department stores at around R120.

C x




  1. Jan 19, 2016 / 10:13 AM

    Love this stuff! I used Mavala’s quick dry spray for awhile, but this is cheaper and works just as well.

  2. Simone C
    Jan 19, 2016 / 11:28 AM

    Oh wow…I definitely need this! I find the Sally Hansen quick dry drops are awesome. I ran out and have been using the Mavala (?) quick dry, but it’s awful. My nails are always smudged even an hour later….so will definitely look out for this.

    Yes I’m sure there’s only so much you can say about a quick dry spray! lol. So short reviews are great as well.

    • Chantelle Bester
      Jan 19, 2016 / 3:03 PM

      I mean, three paragraphs was already pushing it 😛

  3. Penny Naidu
    Oct 6, 2016 / 8:59 AM

    What can I use for damaged cuticles? I’m constantly having a problem where the cuticles peel or tear causing pain and discomfort.

    • Chantelle Bester
      Oct 12, 2016 / 11:11 AM

      If they’re badly torn it’s best to slap on some antibacterial ointment and a plaster for a day or two, otherwise they can get badly infected. Generally you should massage them with any cuticle cream/oil a couple of times a day so the skin softens – that way they’re less likely to crack/tear.

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