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Monday, July 11, 2011

Swatches and Review For Wet N Wild MegaLast Part 1 + Bonus! {Pic Heavy}

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Wet n Wild was kind enough to send me 6 polishes from their MegaLast collection for me to review! I will be reviewing each of these polishes in two posts. So this will be VERY long! Wet n Wild has been around for quite some time now. They have improved their formulas to their makeup and even their polishes. I remember when I was younger I would always use 2 store brands, Wet n Wild and NYC. Those 2 are my most trusted brands when it comes to makeup and polishes. So it does not surprise me that more and more people tend to pick up more and more drugstore products for their beauty needs. As you can see from the picture above These are the polishes I will be reviewing.

Bite The Bullet

Bite The Bullet is a very pretty dusty grape color. This went on in 2 coats and even though the brush is small, it worked very well with me. My finger nails are small so I tend to find polishes with small brushes. 


Tropicalia is a gorgeous bright pink that would be perfect to be worn on the toenails! Pair this with Bite The Bullet and you will have a pretty Summer nail design!

Club Havana

Can I say I'm in love? When I saw Club Havana I thought I had died and gone to Heaven. It's so bright and pretty! I'm going to be using this for a design sometime this week as well. So be on the look out for it!

All in all, these 3 were very nice in color and in formula. I actually like the smaller brush because my nails are small and bigger brushes tend to make a huge mess. Be sure to watch for Part 2 later this week.

So as you can see I decided to use just about all the colors provided to do a Rainbow Graffiti nail design! I think it came out very cool looking! It kind of reminds me of those Lisa Frank folders I used to get when I was younger.

I used Hush Hush as my base color and began to randomly put Bite The Bullet, Tropicalia, Club Havana, Caught Red Handed, The Wonder Yellows, Sage In The City and Saved By The Blue onto my nails. I used Nicole by OPIs Black Texture Coat and added a top coat to seal it in! Do not be afraid to try this! If you do, send me your pictures and I will feature them on here!

Above is a little guide to help you figure out how random you want to go when it comes to the colors.

Polishes sent to me for review.


BeautybyPaula said...

Aaaaallllllllllll these colours are sooooooo pretty. xxx

Kimmie said...

Hehe! Thank you!

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