Pretty much all nail polish enthusiasts know all about Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat by now. But did you know that Seche now also has a new color collection line of nail lacquers featuring 33 shades? Yup, it’s true!

This new collection coming out this month features a variety of shades and finishes. I had the opportunity to check six of them out and here are the results!

Seche Contemporary
Contemporary

Contemporary is a kind of what I now consider a “classic” taupe creme. Remember when these shades started coming out a couple years ago and they were SO unusual? I still love them. This one is kind of a hybrid between taupe and a dusky violet. It went on a little sheer at first but was completely opaque in just two coats.

Seche Inspiration
Inspiration

Inspiration is a bright flamingo pink with pink shimmer. Really nice consistency and coverage with this one. Love the pretty color, it’s very summery to me. This was just two coats.

Sech Magnifique
Magnifique

Magnifique is a bright violet/pink base with heavy blue and pink shimmer. This one was also a little sheer at first and I thought it would need three coats, but nope, just two.

Seche Elegant
Elegant

Elegant is a orange-y copper metallic. Pretty color but it has a slight frosty looking finish, which I’m not crazy about. It was a little brush stroke-y as well. This is two coats.

Seche Smitten
Smitten

Smitten is a bright red creme leaning slightly towards orange. Great creamy formula and totally opaque in just two coats.

Seche Mischievous
Mischievous

Mischievous is a very dark purple/red creme. This almost looks black, but not completely. Surprisingly I only needed two coats with this for coverage which is really rare for such a deep vampy shade.

Overall: I think these are pretty nice nail lacquers. All but one of them covered completely in two coats, which is great. Perhaps these shades aren’t the most unique ones out there, but they’re still nice. My favorites are Contemporary, Inspiration and Magnifique.

Availability: Ulta and salons.

Pricing: $8.50 for .5 oz.

What do you think about the new Seche colors?

-Kelly

Note: Seche is cruelty free.

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Written by Kelly
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