I used this on the tips of my nails and surprisingly, the color went on really well and wasn't at all streaky. For .99, I didn't have high expectations for it and knew that it wouldn't compare close to OPI/Essie. It's been 3 days since I painted my tips and the nail polish color hasn't chipped or peeled. The only major downside is that the consistency gets chunky during the process of painting nails. I will definitely repurchase! I'm just looking for a simple white and this perfectly fits what I'm looking for!
I was looking for an opaque, matte, white nail polish. Most that I tried were far too sheer and shimmery and just didn't do the job. However, 'French White Creme" is the first white nail polish that I have tried that actually shows up as opaque with only two coats applied. It's a creamy and glossy opaque white without any shimmer or glitter. I'm so happy with this purchase! Insanely affordable ($1.57 at Walmart in Canada) and true to the shade in the bottle!! Wet n' Wild, please NEVER stop making nail polishes... they continually amaze and impress me!! I haven't been disappointed yet with any of the polishes that I've tried from the Wild Shine line (and I've tried a lot of them).
For $1 or less (if on sale), can't really complain too much, but I found this pretty difficult to apply due to the formula and brush (altho I hear white is a difficult color to work w/ in general). It is pretty opaque and if you're lucky/skilled might even get a way with one coat. I used 2 and it was still uneven on some fingers, but tolerable after applying top coat. It definitely needs a top coat to help smooth things out and protect the color. I had it on for abt an hr w/o top coat and the nail polish gets dinged up pretty easily. Now, I've had it on for 4 days (b/t Poshe bc and Sally Hansen top) already with almost no chipping, but one finger has a visible crack in the polish. Undecided right now if I would repurchase.
I actually really liked this polish, especially for the unbeatable price of a dollar. It's great as a base for some of my other polishes which is the real reason I got it but it also looks good by itself with a layer of multicolored glitter over it,.
Pretty good, I got this on sale for 69 cents. All the WNW products that were $1 were 69 cents so I went a little crazy. lol
This is pretty opaque, although most of the nail colors in this WNW line are opaque. I've only ever used it for french tips though but it works great for that. I would definitely buy it again and it stays for a pretty long time although mind you, I do wear a base + top coat with this. I have used other whites but I think I'll be sticking with this one because it's so cheap and does the job nicely :D
It's a good white, for a dollar, but the brush sucks, and the color chips way to quickly.
for a dollar this is a really good white. it goes on opaque in 2 coats. the brush is not so great, its very flimsy and messed up. i usually use white just as a base so my colored nail polish pops more so it does the job and for a dollar i think its great:)
I recently picked this item up at Walmart for around $1.57 because summer's coming, and i wanted to begin doing French manicures again. I haven't had it for too long but i do believe it's a great buy. The nail polish doesn't chip on me ( probably because i put a top coat on it), and it goes on opaque.
normally I really like these Wild Shine polishes, but this one was just crappy. After 4 coats I got fed up with the streaks and bald spots and gave up. if you're looking for a good white creme polish try Sally Hansen 'white on' (xtreme wear); only a little bit more money, but a much better product.