Monday, April 7, 2014

Review: Wet-n-Wild Street Art Collection, Part 1

Hey Y'all!!  How are you?  I've missed you.  I'm so sorry I've been missing the last couple of days.  I have two excuses though!  One, I had to work on an exciting project!!  Which, I can't tell you about for another three weeks, but it's a very fun thing!  Second, I was so sick for the last few days.  But it's a cold, rainy, yucky day here, so I'm going to work on getting caught up on all my posts!

And this is a fabulous one!!  I have the new Street Art Collection from Wet-n-Wild.  I have to tell you, I'm beyond happy about the bold, colorful collections for this Spring and Street Art is fabulous!!  All polishes were bought by me for $0.99 each.  Let's get started!

Get Lucky

Get Lucky is a bright, highly pigmented yellow crème.  Pictures show three coats with top coat.
The formula was fine.  It was very streaky, but that's pretty typical of any yellow polish.  It did smooth out perfectly in three coats.  And the intense yellow is worth it!  So bright and pretty!


Cursed is a bright orange jelly.  Photos show three coats with top coat.
The formula for Cursed was great!  It took three coats to make it opaque, but it kept it's wonderful squishiness.  There wasn't any balding or streaking.

Temptation is a highly pigmented salmon crème.  Pictures show three coats with top coat.

The formula for Temptation was good.  There was some streaking which is why it took three coats.  And, both acrylic and natural ladies, be sure to wear a base coat because there was a little staining.  Although the stains disappeared after the next mani.  Even though this was the hardest of the six to apply, it is well worth the effort.

These colors were all gorgeous!  I love each and every one of them!  And for only 99 cents each, you can't lose!  There are three more colors in this collection, and I'll have those up for you next!

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Stay warm, and if you have sun, enjoy it for me!  Happy Polishing!!