Wet 'n' Wild • FastDry - Hannah Pinktana • Polishes
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Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
If you're willing and have the time to apply upwards of 4 coats, this is a gorgeous polish with lots of pinkish-purple holo glitter. It would probably also be a pretty, but not unique, layering polish. Unlike some of the others, I didn't have problems with drying time. I wouldn't say it was a "fast" dry, but it was faster than average.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Blue
This should win first prize for the worst polish name of all time lol. However, the color itself is lovely - a scattered holo berry pink. The formula is rather sheer (as others have mentioned), it takes at least three coats to build it up and takes awhile to dry (these FastDry polishes are misnamed, imo). I like to layer this over medium pinks and purples. The holo effect is actually really noticeable. I think for the price it is a lovely and unique layering polish.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
This is a sheer, microglitter polish with a pink/ purple tone. I wore it the first few days with a base coat and then one thick coat. It dried kind of rough and looked very dull. Then I applied another coat later, let that dry, and applied a top coat. I got several compliments on it then and the girl at my bank thought it was a gel polish. I told her no, Wet N Wild, less than $2. It wears a long time and didn't experience any peeling. It is murder to take off when you are done with it! But that is true of most glittery polish. Cute!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
A two dollar holo nail polish? Okay, I'll try it. The name is absolutely ridiculous. (really Wet n Wild? That's the best you could come up with?) The color (pinky-purple... mauve??) is nice though, but it is SHEER. I needed about four coats to cover my VNL. I think I'll try this polish again, but as a layering polish... Hopefully the base color will give it more OOMPH lol
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
Dumbest name ever, yes, completely true. BUT, it's pretty good polish. It looks great on, has enough sparkle to make it interesting, but isn't a PITA glitter.
This goes on easily for me, no streaking, and does indeed dry very quickly. As a new mom, this is a big plus for me! I rarely get more than a few minutes at a time to do my nails, and fast-drying is a huge deal when you may have to get up immediately to change a diaper!
Anyway, it wears just fine on me as long as I have a good base-coat on. As an aside, it looks very cute under a crackle polish.
It's cheap and worth it, I would buy again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Worst nail polish I've ever used! It's pretty on, I love the color. I was even digging it's sheerness, I opted to only use one coat. However, a couple hours after applying it it started to peel off my nails. That was with the base and top coat I had applied. Nail polish notoriously doesn't like to stay on my nails, but this was ridiculous.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Some of the reviewers here must have gotten older stock. I always open the lid and lift the brush to check see if the brush is good and if the polish runs smoothly before I buy these kinds of polish now. I have gotten real goopy ones before too.
I love this one. The color is unique and the sparkles are more of a fine texture and cover easy with a top coat for a really smooth feel. I hate the roughness from heavy sparkle polish. I wore this polish for a week and it still looked brand new when I removed it. I think I have most of these kinds of colors now from wet n wild. I have yet to get one that I have not liked!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Grey
Is this the stupidest name ever or what? Jeez.
Pretty and unusual dense microglitter in a sort of muted mauvy-magenta. I haven't really seen an effect like it anywhere else, to be honest. It's pretty sheer, and I wasn't able to get my nails as intensely colored as the bottle, although it was jelly-opaque at 3 coats.
Formula a little thick and gloopy. Brush a little clumsy. Not the worst of either that I've ever seen. Some thinner might well benefit this one.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I love this color! It is very sheer going on, and I did put on 4-5 coats in order to build up the color I wanted. This isn't a huge hassle, however, because it dries quickly and the coats don't feel very thick going on. The color I have built up is a purplish pink with multi-color micro-glitter throughout. I think it could also work nice as a top coat over another color if you're not interested in building it up as I have. I do use a top coat, but this hasn't chipped, peeled, or worn away in the 3 days I've had it on. I will definitely be repurchasing. It's so cheap too, how can you really go wrong?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Blue
I bought this a while back during a WnW sale in an effort to set out of my comfort zone. I usually abhor glitter polish but something about the way the pinks and purples mixed drew my attention.
Well tonight after 2 different tries getting that glittery Justin Bieber polish (the one with the hearts) I had to buy to work and failing and wanting "Valentines" esque nails, I went for this.
2 coats, mostly solid glitter with only a ghost of nail showing though, which I'm okay with. I kind of like the look actually. I'm sure with a 3rd coat it would be solid glitter. And it drys quickly. I have another from this line and it drys quickly as well. WnW just rarely lets me down when it comes to polishes.
ETA: Reading other reviews and others are saying theirs is very sheer. Mine isn't at all. Even on the first layer I started to see some color. However, my sister had used this first. Maybe it just needs to be used a few times to get it stirred around or something. Mine isn't the full blast of whats in the bottle but it isn't sheer.
Not looking forward to removing this though. Glitter's such a pain to get off.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I agree that this polish on its own is pretty sucktastic. It looks really pretty in the bottle, but on my nails, it was super sheer and dried to a dull, almost matte finish. The formula is super gloppy, so it looked terrible when I tried to layer it over a darker color, but I finally found a way to make it work. I added a few balls and an eyedropper full of thinner, let it sit for a few minutes, then shook that bottle like a Polaroid. I already had Revlon Perplex on my nails, so I applied two coats of the thinned down HP, and the end result was a deep purple with tons of sparkly rainbow goodness. Because of the weird finish, I had to top it with two coats of SV in order to get a smooth surface and add a little depth to the holo effect. I'll use this for layering, but when I run out I will not repurchase HP unless the formula gets significantly upgraded.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I was underwhelmed with this one when I finally saw it in person, but I decided to pick it up anyway because Walgreens was having one of their frequent 50% off WnW sales. $.99 nail polish? Yes please.
This is pastel pinky lilac of sorts Ė a thin jelly lilac base with very tiny dark purple specks and nearly microscopic holographic glitter. It translates into a very very sheery nailpolish with sparse rainbow sparkle. I actually layered this over a neon-esque purple and it ended up looking more like a pinkish lilac Easter egg.
This nail polish is quite bumpy and doesnít exactly have a natural shininess about it Ė so top coat is a must.
Overall, not really impressed with this one. I donít think Iíll ever be wearing it on its own. For $.99, Iím not devastated I have this, but itís just rather drab and ďmeh.Ē
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I purchased this for $0.99 at Walgreens. It is a muted pink/magenta color. It has lots of colorful tiny glitters that are so beautiful in the sunlight. It dries just a little faster than regular nail polishes but not much. It is very sheer that no way I can use this alone. It is much lighter color in your nails than in the bottle. One thing that I would not repurchase that it is not shiny at all, therefore it didn't look like you have fresh polishes on your nail seven you just applied it. . I like nail polishes looks super shiny. Love the colorful glitters but not enough to buy again.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is a pretty muted glitter pink but I put on four coats and still had visible nail line. It dries faster than regular polish but not as fast as Maybelline Express Finish. I used a fast dry top coat. This was on sale at Wags for 99 cents.