Out The Door Top Coat (0.5 fl. oz. / 15 mL) by INM

Out The Door Top Coat (0.5 fl. oz. / 15 mL) by INM

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Out The Door Top Coat is a high quality, fast drying top coat. Thanks to its superb quality and drying time of about 1 minute, Out The Door has built a reputation for being one of the best performing spa branded topcoats, keeping manicures chip free and lasting longer. Out The Door has a glossy finish and is to be applied after every polish job especially if you're using a shatter or glittery polish.

17 Reviews

  • 5
    Out The Door Top Coat

    Posted by Susan on 2nd Jun 2021

    I love this product. It dries quickly and smoothly and gives a good finish to any manicure.

  • 5
    Fast drying

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2018

    I like it, it dries fast. I also find that the smell is not as strong as the Sèche vite.

  • 5
    Dries fast.

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Jun 2015

    As it says, dries faster than the others although not as glossy as Seche Vite but beats it on timing.

  • 4
    an overall a great topcoat, but nothing's perfect

    Posted by Sarah on 23rd Apr 2015

    Dry to the touch within minutes, completely dry within an hour; I can do my nails before bed without having to worry about finding sheet imprints on my nails the next morning. No peeling and no shrinkage, either. I also really like that it's a thinner formula, as my manicures tend to last longer before chipping as a result. It's glossy/shiny enough for my tastes, but certainly not a glass-like finish. Just be careful in how you apply it. If your coat is too thin it can dry to a streaky, almost brush stroke-y appearance (which, be warned, can occasionally still show up on thicker coats, and are significantly more apparent on top of cream polishes). That being said, you don't want to make your coat too thick either; when I tested that I ended up with a few bubbles (they were minimal, and only on a few nails, but they were there). It may take a bit of practice and some trial and error before you find a balance between "too thick" and "too thin". In the end I do like it and I will continue to use it, but I can see how it may not be for everyone.