Wet 'n' Wild • Megalast Nail Color • Polishes
|Would buy this product again.||95%|
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, to whomever came up with the latest incarnations of this line. I have I need a Refresh-Mint (minty aqua), Private Viewing (perfect nude for mannequin nails), Club Havana (creamy neon coral) and Bite the Bullet, (a dusty lavender which I haven't tried yet). I am a stylist and they are all totally on-trend colors for this spring at a fraction of the cost of Chanel or Essie. I like the ManiCurve wider brush, which is similar to Sally Hansen's Complete Salon Manicure; it seems to give better control and lay the polish down smoother. The Club Havana is a nice color but I thought it would be more opaque.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have the color in "undercover" (a mauve pink color) and "candy-lious" (a bubblegum pink). I don't have a problem with it (since my local grocery store sells them for $0.64 (which I don't know why it's more expensive than the $.046 Megashine)
Anyways, I really like the flat, fat brush because it makes applying the polish more even and with less strokes. Candy-lious is true to color while Undercover drys darker than the color in the bottle (to more of a dark berry color), but that's fine :)
My only problem is that it doesn't last the "5-days" claim for me (though know that I type a lot and wash the dishes and etc without gloves). It chipped in about 3 days. But that's ok, I don't usually go through nail polish quickly, so you can't really complain about it since it's so cheap :)
I like how it's toluene and Phithalate free (I don't know what it is, but less chemicals, the better).
I recommend it if you're looking to try new colors try on (since 0.30 fl. oz isn't a lot, but it's enough for you to test it and try it out). The color range at my store isn't a lot, but it's nice ^^
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I wasn't very impressed with the new megalasts, I love Wet 'n Wild polish, but this was a let down. I bought Disturbia, Wet Cement and On A Trip, so far I have only used Disturbia and it chipped too fast. It was a big disappointment and I use good base coat and top coat, so it's not that behind this polish chipping. I've had good luck with other WnW polish, so I took a chance when Walgreen's had a sale on them last month and I wish now that I had passed. Oh well, live and learn. Also the brush is a huge broom! Some people might like that but I was put off by it but I applied it like I would any other polish in hopes that the formula would wear better then the Wild Shine line but no such luck....
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Just got this in Wet Cement. I'd been morbidly curious about greige polish for years now. Part of me thinks it's chic; the rest of me thinks it's fugly. I saw this lilac-y greige for $1.99 and decided to try it. Still not sure if I like the color, but the formula is nice. I needed two coats to get a streak-free finish. One would be better, but okay. It dries fast. The bottle is nice. The brush is good--it's clearly modeled on the one for Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure. I can't yet speak for its lasting power. Unless it turns out to be really awful, I think I'll be picking up more of these. I hope they come out with more shades.
Edit: When I got out in the sun, I saw that two coats wasn't as opaque as I thought. A third coat made it perfect. A little annoying, but oh well. A day and a half in, the polish is wearing well. There's a bit of wear at the tips (completely normal for me as I'm hard on my nails), but no chips.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
Not sure about the wide brush because I still cant do a nail in one swipe but love the polish. I have Undercover" , a rosy/pinky nude, and its a great creme polish. My short nails look "done" and shiny, even without a topcoat.And for this price, I can get several colour. I think this formula is like a Sally Hansen knock off but waaaay cheaper.If this turns out to be a polish that lasts a bit, I am sold.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought the shade 201C, Wet Cement. It's not really a cement color. It's a cool toned plum/raisin shade that does contain some grey-beige.
I love the brush: it's wider than a regular brush and can carry more product. You might dislike it but I love it. It lets me shape the cuticle area easier by spreading more polish around. Application was not streaky. Used a base coat (Gelous) and top coat (Gelous). I am on day three with no chips but some tip wear. I probably am to blame for not wrapping the tips. Anyway, nice creme color with lots of shine.
Definitely a steal for $1.99!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have Wet N Wild's megalast salon nail color in On A Trip, and am very happy with it. The color is a very classy purple color, and goes with everything. It's fun and mature at the same time. I noticed that these "Salon" nail polishes are in a different bottle than the regular megalast nailpolishes, and the bottle is one of the reasons I bought this. It's very cute and looks high end, and caught my eye while I was browsing. This does chip a little, but the color and price are worth it. Two coats is enough for vibrant long lasting color, and a top coat gives added shine and protection. I'm very pleased and plan on buying more of these polishes in different colors!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
LOVE THIS NAIL POLISH! I dnt understand why some people spend more than $5 on a nail polish when w&w is like 99c - $2 depending where you buy it from! This polish dry soooo quick and the color is gorgeous. I got mine in 206B undercover/espionne and it's a nude pinky color. Ahhhhh love it :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I purchased this product in Under Your Spell which is a very deep wine color(almost black), when I was looking for an option similar to a retired OPI color. I paid $2 for it and am pretty amazed. This has lasted for days without chipping. So far I'm on day 6 with no chips and I haven't re-applied a top coat.
The only other thing to comment on is that the lacquer is a bit thinner than OPI and took about 3 coats instead of 2, but even so, it still dried in a reasonable amount of time. For a quarter of the price of what I usually buy, I'll be checking out more of their color options.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Tan Hair: Brunette Eyes: Other
i was looking for a dupe for sephora by opi's "im with brad" and this is the closest one so i found so i figured i would try it out since it was only $2. i used it for my toes and im really impressed bc its lasted over 2 weeks and still hasnt chipped!!! the brush it comes with is short and wide which makes it easy to apply an even coat. it takes about 2-3 coats for full opacity but it does dry pretty quickly. definite repurchase :)
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I love these polishes. I have Through the Grapevine (a grapey, raspberry color), Haze of Love (a deep dark red), and Break the Ice (a frosty white). It's been years since I have worn colored polish on my toes, I always got a french. But this summer my toes wore Through the Grapevine. This polish goes on the nail in three strokes and provides excellent opaque coverage with the first coat. I happen to love the brush. When pressed against the nail it is an oval shape, perfect for that first stroke down the center. I didn't wear a base coat or a top coat! The darker colors needed only 2 coats, but the white I like 3 to make it perfectly frosty opaque. The polish lasts and lasts with no chips. I have worn the white and the red on my hands. The polish got a little think after two uses, but I bought some polish thinner (where have you been all my life) which worked beautifully. Takes a while to dry between coats and don't go to bed right after or you will get imprints! You have to work it a little harder to remove, but hey, that's why the polish doesn't chip and lasts so long. LOVE LOVE LOVE.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Pick this up.You will be very pleased with the bang for the buck.A little streaky/goopy,I put the polish on thick and use a good fast dry top and a ridge filling base coat.Wears as well as my Essie ,OPI ...better than Butter London at a fraction of the cost.This is what makeup ally is about,,,,fashion forward dupes/classics at dirt cheap prices.I own most of the line,always get compliments on my nails...Whoohoo.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
It is amazing to me that of all the polishes available that are so expensive, this is one of my favorites in quality. For a mere 3 bucks I can get a bottle of polish that not only goes on as smoothly as silk but STAYS ON without chipping.
The only complaint I have about this line is that the color selection is pretty limited and frankly, it is a bit hard to get off of my nails. Ha. What a great problem to have!
I have a few shades of this but the one I go back to over and over is Bite The Bullet. It is a light purple but deeper than lilac or lavender. It is kind of a muted light plum, if that makes any sense. It is great to go with anything I am wearing and I never fail to get complements on it. It rarely chips - and I am rough on my nails - and two coats is just perfect. This is a winner - I just wish they would broaden the spectrum of available colors. BUY THIS ONE!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
terrible polish! the color and packaging is so cute by the nail polish itself is such low quality! it streaks and chips off so easily... disgusting and i will never buy again :(
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Chanel dupes! Chanel dupes! Two of my long-lost Le Vernis favorites , Kabuki and Boa, I swear have been reincarnated as WNW's Candylicious and Through the Grapevine, or as close as possible, these were stolen out of my suitcase a while back. Even the formulation of these WNWs are pretty awesome cause they dry quickly and layer sheerly without sacrificing pigment. WNW's formula is denser however dry time and pigmentation is superior to any drugstore brand or mid-label, and closely matches Chanel's Le Vernis in general. I hope WNW continues to offer these same colors FOREVER and hopefully continue to religiously add new shades to the repetoire! I only have these two and the color "blaze" from another WNW line (bright opaque orange-ish pink-ish and excellent quality too), but I will be going back or more as soon as time permits me to hit up the drugstores.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Black
I have the colour in Private Viewing, and I love it. It's such a perfect nude color. I apply 2 coats and it looks very nice, good pigmentation. The price is very affordable only 1.99.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I don't know if it's because of the color I bought (Hush Hush), but this polish looks cheap. After 4 coats it still looked streaky. It was $1.97 at Walmart, so the price was affordable, but I wouldn't purchase again
The sad thing is that I have an older bottle of MegaLast polish, it was a larger bottle, in a nice sheer color called Lost Love #208. The coverage was even and it cost half as much...
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Olive, Warm Hair: Other, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
I have Megalast in Private Viewing 204A, which is a perfect nude shade for my NC 30-35 skin. I applied one coat only - no base or top coat - a day ago and still looks perfect.
WnW rocks for nail polish. I'm a label snob, but not with nails and WnW never disappoints me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red Eyes: Green
Move over Sinful Colors, this is my new constant nail polish. Where MegaLast has Sinful beat hands down is with the wide, thick brush. And it's not like that awful wide Sally Hansen brush, it applies evenly with one swipe, no screw ups possible. With the lighter shades, you will need about three coats to get completely opaque color, and with the darker colors, two layers is just fine. And the color selection is a pretty perfect range of varying shades of reds, purples, whites and pinks.
If you love OPI's thick brush, but the price is a bit too much so that you cannot stock up, this is the best possible alternative. $2 and no chips for at least 3 days, even if your hands go through the wringer with doing dishes, working, etc.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I recently got this in the upgraded packing in "Grapevine" and "Red Tape". The new packaging boasts one of those new wide brushes. The bristles are strong and dense which made for a nice even application. I didn't even get one smudge on the skin outside my nails which I often do, particularity when I'm in a hurry.
Grapevine is like the name suggests; it's a creme lighter cooler tone purple. Red Tape is a bright true red that really flatters my paler skin. I could of got away with one coat but two delivered more shine. It's been two days and I'm getting very minor chipping towards the tips, so next time I'll see what a top coat can help. I plan to pick this up in more colors in the future. I'm surprised to say this but I like this over my usual HG polish which is Sinful Colors found at Walgreens.