I was familiar with the brand Seche because of their extremely popular top coat, Seche Vite, but I had never tried any of their regular polishes before. However, they actually have quite a collection, including a bunch of new shades for spring. I have two from the Spring 2014, and a final polish from the permanent line, to share today. The polishes I have are Seche Precocious*, May Be Modest* and Smitten*.
The first polish I tried out was an easy pick, Seche Precocious is one of my favourite shades of polish, a purple-toned blue that is almost a dark periwinkle shade and extremely pretty. It’s also got a fantastic formula, with two coats for opacity and a glossy finish. I am a really big fan of this polish.
Unfortunately Seche May Be Modest wasn’t as flawless as Precocious, as it was a bit gloopy and not leveling well. However it was still very opaque with two coats. Although this pastel lime green looks pretty shimmery in the bottle, it’s quite subtle on the nail.
The final shade I have is from the permanent line, and it’s a bright glossy red called Seche Smitten. I am pretty smitten with this, which has a flawless formula and is pretty much opaque in one coat, although for an extra glossy and opaque finish I added two. However be warned–like many bright reds, it does stain.
Overall, this was a nice introduction to Seche polishes, and there are some pretty shades in the spring collection. Out of the three I tried out, I definitely recommend grabbing Seche Precocious, as the great formula and lovely colour mean I will definitely be reaching for this shade again soon!