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Review: Etude House Help My Finger Part 1

13. November 2014

My next posts will be about two products from the Etude House Help My Finger line, which are designed to provide your poor and neglated nails some care. If there is a perfect time for nailcare, it must be towards autumn and winter, like it is here in Europe at the moment ;D The first product I’ll review today is the Etude House Help My Finger Quick Dry Drop. Honestly, I never used a nail polish drying drop before, so I’m even more overwhelmed by the power of “technology”, if it might be called like that XD How did I survive all these years using nail polish without such a quick drier?!

Etude House Help My Finger

First of all, some words about Etude House: Etude House is one of the best known Korean brands for cute packaging. If you are a lover of cute, girly and pink packaging, reminding you of being a child and the princess you always dreamt to be, THIS is your brand. Their packaging is usually so adoreable that you cannot keep yourself from impuls-buys – only because you saw the packaging…Also here, the packaging design looks lovely, displaying a nail with a happy face probably relaxing while being pampered. Scalloped pink borders all around the cardboard box frame this to an even more cute packaging. :) This product will help you to make your nailpolish dry faster. Actually, after some seconds you can already touch your nails.

Etude House Help My Finger

The cardboard box contains a lot of description, mostly it is written in Korean, but on one side you’ll find the English description, ingredients and directions, too. The product itself contains 10 ml and can be used for 12 months after opening. The ingredients of this product are safe according to COSDNA. You can check it up >>here<<.

Etude House Help My Finger

The bottle of the Etude House Help My Finger Quick Dry Drop is made of clear (I think it is) glass with a cap which is a pipette or dropper at the same time. The nob for soaking in the product is made of a harder plastic and  you need to sqeeze it some times until you know what pressure it needs. The solution of the drier is a clear one. You need one drop per nail, maybe two if you use it on your thumb.

Etude House Help My Finger

As soon as you drop the solution onyour polished nails it spreads on the whole nail super fast. The nailpolish dries and you can use your hands again without being worried about strange marks on the nail polish. Usually, this always happens to me, because I’m not very patient with nailpolish, so you can gues what a big discovery this was for me.

Etude House Help My Finger

Apart from being amazed about the magic work of a nailpolish drier it is also nice that the nails do not feel dry after using but moisturized. I’m really happy about the product and I can recommend you to get your own Quick Dry Drop :D I received mine from  KollectionK for 5.82US$ which is quite affordable for being such a time saver :)



Just as a short reminder: All products mentioned and reviewed on this blog are of my personal opinions. This product here was sent to me for reviewing purpose by which doesn’t influence me in providing my honest opinion on the products.

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  • Evelyn 13. November 2014 at 22:47

    Ah, this review came up late >_<!, last week made another order to Etude global and it seems they have it. Aish. Going to order one from Jolse guess Xd Maybe I'm crazy but every single time I have painted my nails, my girls need something from me and nail polish suffer. Definitiely going to try it.
    Hoping the review of the fingers mask.

  • Viktória 14. November 2014 at 0:43

    Thanks for the review. I hesitated but now I want it for sure because I am very impatient, that’s why I never really paint my nails… I need this product in my life! :D I wanted to order it from the Etude House global site, the free shipping offer was great but many products are not available on the English site and that’s disappointing. Oh and of course the code didnt work for me, so I just gave it up… Never placed an order. Hopefully there will be sale or another offer before or after Christmas :)

  • Paige+Mckinnon 14. November 2014 at 3:34

    Ohh I got Etude House’s Quick Dry Drop in the mail the other day too~ ^ ^
    I have not tried it out yet but I hope it works for me! ^ – ^

  • Kine 14. November 2014 at 10:45

    OOHH! I need this! It’s so cheap too! I hate smudging my nails when I paint them and I sort of forgot about quick drying products. The quick dry products from Sally Hansen are around $10-$15 in Aus, so must make a mental note to get this in Korea.

  • Chie 17. November 2014 at 3:20

    wow! i have a similar polish drying product but its so $$$. will definitely try this EH one. thanks for the review, hun!

  • Isabel+O'Brien 27. November 2014 at 17:13

    How do these work I wonder? I found one a few years ago and couldn’t believe I had been so long without it too!

    • Frl. Schnee 27. November 2014 at 17:23

      I had the same feeling :D It is kind of marvellous, but probably only some easy chemistry behind it: it is the ingredient Dimethicone, which makes the nail polish dry faster.