Don’t you just love Fridays? Ahhh…I slept in big time this morning so it felt fantastic. I ended up going to bed around 2 am and woke up at 7 am but ended up lounging in bed until around 9:30 which felt kind of delicious. I haven’t been doing much besides taking a shower and watching a bunch of The Walking Dead episodes. I finally got a chance to write up my post for the Wet N Wild Pop Art Craze Collection which is what I will be sharing with you today. I always look forward to these Summer Wild Shine Collections even though they tend to be so hard to find for a lot of people. Remember the drama surrounding the Saved By The Bell Collection? Anyway, let’s take a look at my swatches:
Wet N Wild Ultra Violet is a nice lilac purple, but I have a million similar colors. However, for the $1 price tag, can you really say you don’t want it? The formula on this polish was nice and creamy, and I only needed two coats for full opacity.
I am not a huge fan of this type of orange polishes so Wet N Wild The Clock Strikes Orange wasn’t really a color I was excited to see. I think I would much rather use this color as a base for nail art because I’m not feeling it on its own. The formula was pretty sheer so I had to apply 3 thick coats for full coverage.
I don’t know on what planet Wet N Wild Teal Slowly would be considered teal, but I don’t care because it’s a gorgeous and bright sky blue. It was super pigmented so it only needed two coats.
Wet n Wild Stand The Test Of Lime was the sheerest polish in this collection so I had to apply 4 coats to make it look opaque. I think that wearing a coat of white underneath might help it, but to be honest, I think wearing white undies is a major waste of time and I refuse to do it. I don’t think this color is special enough to warrant 4 coats, but it’s a nice bright lime green.
My favorite color from this collection is Wet N Wild Listening to Blue Reed. It’s the brightest and most pigmented polish of the bunch. I adore this color, but it was a bit of a stainer so I definitely recommend using a good base coat.
This collection also includes a while which I didn’t pick up because I have enough whites and I figured it would probably be a nightmare to work with. Overall, I think this is a nice little collection and you really can’t beat the price. I know a lot of people are having a hard time finding these polishes, so I have a set that I will be including in an upcoming giveaway. Have you been able to find these near you? Which color is your favorite? Thanks so much for stopping by today, and I hope you enjoy your weekend!
P.S. Today is the last day to enter my giveaway for a set of minis from the OPI San Francisco Collection. Have you entered? If not, click here to get to the giveaway post.