Saturday, April 28, 2012

Wet n Wild - Cost Is No Issue

This is one of the Wet n Wild Ice Baby polishes I was unable to find when they came out last fall, but my good friend Carina found it for me. It's even prettier than I expected! I'll probably never own Deborah Lippmann - Mermaid's Dream because I just can't justify the $18 price tag when this one was $3.

The formula is surprisingly awesome for a drugstore brand of glitter. Glitter formulas have improved so much in the past couple of years. I remember the CG special edition glitters and the OPI Burlesque collection and how thick and glompy their formulas were. I pulled out my bottle of OPI Sparkle-licious yesterday to swatch but I'm not sure all the polish thinner in the world can save it... which is sad because I didn't use it much because it was one of my favorites and I didn't want to waste it lol.

Color:  Wet n Wild - Cost Is No Issue: $2.99 Walgreens & CVS
Top Coat 1: American Classics - Gelous: $5.49 Sally Beauty Supply.
Top Coat: Seche Vite - Dry Fast Top Coat: $8 Sally Beauty Supply, $10.
Base Coat: Orly - Bonder: $5.39 TransDesign, $7.49 Sally Beauty Supply & CVS.

Wet n Wild - Cost Is No Issue
Outdoors - Natural Light

Wet n Wild - Cost Is No Issue
Indoors - Artificial Light w/Flash



6 comments:

  1. It looks absolutely gorgeous. It's possible to buy Wet n Wild here, but never the pretty glitters!

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  2. What a lovely glitter, turquoise is my second fave nail polish colour. Might have to go ebay shopping....

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  3. oh my gosh! so pretty!! we don't have that nail polish brand here! :(

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  4. Ah this is stunning!! I wish Wet N Wild polishes were available here :(

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  5. Oh wow, I didn't know this color would be so popular. Maybe I'll have to go check out a CVS and see if they have any leftover for another giveaway, but I doubt it. :(

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