I have used it in a few of my recent nail videos, and have been pleased with its performance.
My number one sticking point when it comes to latex barriers, is the stickiness! There is nothing worse than accidentally touching fingers, and having that stuff stick together, and eventually peel off as you try to separate those pesky digits. I am pleased to report this is not as sticky as some previous barriers I have tried, but it does still stick if held together. It will eventually peel, when separated.
It dries amazingly fast, and goes on thin and evenly. It's pale purple in color, that dries to a clear purple. I found this very useful, because my previous barrier was black. With the black barrier it can be hard to tell where the design ends, as I mostly stamp with black. It all blurred into one. With the pale purple it is easy to determine where the cuticle is.
The applicator brush is a dream! Thin, not too long and easy to maneuver around the nail. It didn't separate or clump. Bonus! The original has a wider style brush, and the French tip has a smaller thinner brush. Both super easy to use.
It peels off in one piece! Latex barrier porn 😂 It comes off easily and no residue is left behind. If you apply too little the first time, it's easy enough to apply a second coat right over the first.
Liquid Palisade is available www.kiesque.com and at select Sephora stores and online at www.sephora.com. It comes in two options, regular or for French tips. The price is $14.00 for 0.08oz