Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Review: Wet-n-Wild Street Art Collection, Part 2

Hey Y'all!!  I have part two of the incredible Wet-n-Wild Street Art Collection!  So let's get right to it.  Just a reminder these were all bought by me.

Too Hot For You


Too Hot For You is a bright, almost neon, red with a silver shimmer.  Photos show three coats with top coat.


It was a little streaky, but three thin coats made it look perfect.  And that silver shimmer, yummy.  It gave the red an almost frosty look.

Such a pretty red for Spring!

Here Comes Trouble

Here Comes Trouble is a light blue crème, almost a crelly.  Pictures show three coats with top coat.

I did use three thin coats because there was a little balding and streaking, but it looked great after the third.  And...no staining!

Love it!
 
Deception

Deception is a gorgeous, (but is there such a thing as an ugly purple? NO!!  Hush, every purple is gorgeous, but this one is fan-tab-u-lous!), bright, almost neon purple jelly.

Pictures show three coats with top coat.  Even though this is a jelly, three coats did a great job making it opaque.  No issues with this color, it worked perfectly.

Of course I love this color!!
 
If you missed Part 1, just click here!
 
All of these polishes can be found for just $0.99!!  So get them all and play!
 
Hope y'all enjoyed the review!  Happy Polishing!!