Beauty, Makeup, Product Review

Wet n Wild Nail Polish

Fabulous Finds Friday

Hey, guys! Welcome back to Talk Fabulous!
Today, let’s talk easy confidence. There’s nothing quite like parading around with a fresh coat of nail polish. Knowing your nails look flawless, just makes you feel fabulous. Nothing can undo that quite like chipping nails. Ugh! I usually find myself painting my nails a neutral color so the chips aren’t as noticeable. What’s the fun in that, though!?!
The Zoya nail polish I got in my first FabFitFun box (see that post here) had some serious staying power. We’re talking two weeks of wear. I thought maybe I just needed to buy a more expensive nail polish. I couldn’t bring myself to pay $10+ for a bottle, though. Meanwhile, I started using a mattifying top coat from Wet n Wild. I noticed the wear of my nail polish was lasting longer. I wondered, was it the polish or was it just that I was wearing a top coat? To find out, I painted my nails with the Wet n Wild nail polish, without a top coat, and documented the wearability by taking pictures every few days. As you can see from the pictures below, this stuff was pretty tough. It lasted a good 4 days with minimal chipping. It was a full week before I felt I needed to repaint. Pretty good, right? Oh! Did I mention that you can pick this up for just a buck? That’s right, I bought this at the Dollar Store for $1! Not too shabby for a very affordable polish! I highly highly recommend the Wet n Wild nail polish. It’s inexpensive and works well.

On as side note, the Wet n Wild gel nail polish is very good too. You can pick it up for around $5. It’s a 1 step gel system with no light needed! It’s also long wearing. The thing I like about the gel polish is that you can do touch ups easily. When your nails start to chip, just add some more polish to the bare spots and it’ll look like you completely redid your manicure! That’s a win for sure!
What’s your favorite nail polish?
That’s all for today. See you guys in my next post!
lylas,
MissyAnn

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