If this polish looked as good on the nails as it does in the bottle, I'd give it the full 5-star rating.
Unfortunately... I have the same problem with this color as I do with a lot of less expensive nail polishes (Sinful Colors comes to mind). It's just way too sheer, the color isn't saturated enough. It's like lower-end cosmetic lines have a budget that prevents them from using enough pigment for the colors to be what they intend to be.
This color is really quite brilliant in concept -- a black base with emerald green shimmer. But I wish it had been done by Essie or China Glaze instead. The shimmer in this polish needs to be much denser for the color to really make an impact. It's quite disappointing. continued >>
Gorgeous!! This polish isn't green, it's a black or maybe deep gray base with immense green shimmer. This gives it a glow similar to OPI Every Month Is Oktoberfest. It could be a one-coater, depending on your application style. No bubbling, almost no brush strokes. Amazing! Jumped right to the top of my list of favorites from Wet n Wild!
This is the first time I have bought Wet n' Wild since high school. I normally am not a green polish person but thought this looked pretty in the bottle. Two coats, set in ice water and it is great! Love the color on, darker & richer than the online pics of it appear. Can't be the under $2 price either. continued >>
This blackened green really didn't impress me until I saw outside in the sun. The shimmer comes to life and it really impresses. Indoors it almost looks black. I need two coats. No problems with the formula, but the brush was a little splayed. Regular price is $1.99 but right now it's BOGOF at CVS which is where I got it.