This is my new go to nude. Im NC50-55 and have had a hard time finding a good nude. I've tried colors like OPI samoan sand, sand in my suit, and san-tantonio with no avail. I decided to pick up private viewing totally expecting it to be a fail because I'm cool tones and private viewing is very peach/pink based and especially with it costing 1.99. It applied very sheer and streaky with the first coat, but I didn't give up I applied two more thickish coats ans it was perfect. I was shocked. At 1.99 it's a steal will def repurchase.
The formula isn't sticky, it applies smooth. The tip of my brush was uneven, which made it tricky when applying the polish close to my cuticles, but other than that it's a nice nude color after 3 coats
got this and then left it untried forever. finally tried it and discovered it is my PERFECT mannequin hands color. i did 3 coats to get it even, opaque and streak-free. i only wish the brush wasn't so short and stumpy--kinda makes it hard to work with. if they could package the Megalast line like they do the Wild Shine polishes, then this polish would be absolutely perfect.
LOVE this nail polish. I have super fair skin and usually nude polishes look a little strange on me. This one, though, has a slightly orange/pink base that compliments my skin tone rather than making me look ill. Plus, it's super cheap and lasts forever. I definitely reccomend it.
Private Viewing is a creamy pinkish "nude" color that is great for spring. This stuff lasts FOREVER. I had it on my nails for over a week with no chipping and only minimal wear at the tips. I finally got tired of the color and changed it. It takes about two coats to get a nice opaque color but it goes on smoothly and applies well. I also like to layer Zoya's Diem over it to give it something a little extra. For the price, you'd be hard pressed to find a better polish.
This is a beautiful polish that requires at least 2 coats. After the first coat, I couldn't see it. It was the same exact shade of my skintone. After the second coat, I could see it better, but still not bright, which I like. It's a very pale pink/ beige color. No sparkle at all. I then applied a clear top coat. I recommend this color, especially for spring.
This nail polish is great!! It gives you a very fleshtone nude color with a bit of sparkle. I've only used this as a second coat over a milky baby pink (sephora's dear diary) and it gives my nails a perfect clean, glowing look...it makes my fingers look skinnier haha! I also really like the small rounded bottle shape it makes WnW look a little classier
Great neutral beige-y pink/tan color. I love it. It's very pigmented and opaque. Great everyday cream color. Super cheap, and I like the small size. Everything is great about the polish, except the brush sucks!
Megalast "Private Viewing" is a cream, pale pink, beige shade. It doesn't have a lot of pigment.
Even using a ridge filling base coat that provided a neutral base and applying three coats of polish, I didn't achieve an opaque look.
The bottle is small, only .30 ounces (9 ml.) and the price is reasonable at $1.99. Maybe darker shades have more pigment and would provide better coverage.
Great nude color. I agree that it is like a my nails but better look. The bottle has subtle shimmer in it but I don't notice it on my nails. Looks like you don't really have anything on from afar but my nails look so much better with it on versus nothing. A similar dupe (but this one is cheaper - just if you don't have access to it or something) is Rimmel's Bare Naked. Overall, good neutral color.