Wet n Wild polish launched way back in 1979 so for some of you, it’s been around since before you were born. How has it has such great success? Well, they reformulate and repackage while keeping their shades simple and current. Smart.
There’s a giant whack of additions to the Wet n Wild polish core collection with this release, and as I get my grubby little hands on them, I’ll add them in.
Everything (and I mean everything) you’re lookin’ at is two coats of polish with no base ‘n no top. It comes out pretty shiny, huh?
I will mention that I had some pretty outstanding staining from both Be More Pacific and from D’Oh!, (and when I say outstanding, I mean stay away from those – like, far, far away).
The new brush has a long, kinda flexible wand and a nylon bristle brush that can be tricky if you don’t take your time with it. I’m pretty practiced with lots of different brushes so for me, not such a big deal.
Yeah - above that's one coat of the Fergie Glamorous over a couple coats of Wet 'n Wild Yo Soy. I thought the glitter payoff would be better but it wasn't. I stopped at one coat so you'd get a good sense of what I'm talkin' about. 2 coats of polish + 2 coats of glitter top = waaaaaay too long to dry.
What else can I tell you about the "new improved formula and packaging"? Well, the handle will probably be somewhat awkward for those of you with large nail beds who need to flip the brush to get at the back-side polish blob, but other than that, we’re talking about a 3-Free $1.99 CAD ($0.99 USD) pop of colour that’ll make you smile. For $1.99, I’ll take 4.
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Oh! If you're interested, our friend G at Nouveau Cheap has a complete guide to the new Wet n Wild 2015 launches. If that's not enough, for all the other Wet 'n Wild polish and cosmetics things you can handle, head over to www.wnwbeauty.com.