Wet 'n' Wild • Spoiled • Polishes
|Would buy this product again.||64%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
I have only purchased one Spoiled nail polish. Lox-y Lady is the shade I have, which is an orangey pink color...but I am not very good at describing colors :)
Anyways, it's completely opaque with one coat. I love a polish where I can slap on a coat and be done. The formula is pretty thick but I haven't had any problems with streaks or anything.
The brush is very wide and not that great. Poorly made. But, I don't really mind it too much. The wider brush does work pretty well with my nails. I have read about how the brush will start to splay out...so far that hasn't happened to me.
Overall, for about $2 a pop, it's a decent polish. Like I said, I have only purchased Lox-y Lady (which is my current mani! No chipping 3 days in!) but I plan on picking up several more the next time I am at CVS.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Violet
This is the spoiled nail polish from wet n wild, sold exclusively at cvs.
I have the colors my button fell off, show me some skin, trust fund baby, and I gotta confection to make (my favorite glitter polish, extremely opaque and covers the whole nail evenly in just 1 coat.
I love how it has a wide brush, especially for my thumb, but it is a little hard to do my pinky and not get polish all over my skin.
The color selection is AMAZING! There are 72 polishes and they all range from neons to neutrals. And with each about $2, why not try them all!
The only downside about these polishes is that they are very thick and a tad streaky, but that is a huge thing I look for in polishes to NOT have, so that's why I gave it a 3.
Other than that, its a great polish. I recommend you try it out for yourself to see how you like it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I decided to try this brand because they had the perfect coral I was looking for. I agree with the others about the brush, it's super wide. The polish goes on super thick, reminds me of cake batter! You can't spread it much like other polish brands either. I gave it 2 for the price and color choice. I'll stick with OPI and Essie, you get what you pay for.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Silver Eyes: Hazel
Doesn't cover well. Isn't shiny at all. Dull when it dries. So good price and great bottle did not make up for inferior product. Won't buy again. And I have 5 daughters and three granddaughters. Not a good buy. Good bye.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I am reviewing the color (Cottonmouth) its a pink it is also a exact dupe for OPI if you moust you moust which happens to be my favorite pink nail polish of all time would definitely recommend this color it is amazing and much cheaper than OPI
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I bought this polish in "Trust Fund Baby" which is a clear plolish with chunky black, gold, purple, and blue glitter. Yes, I know.... Tacky. But I am a big fan of tacky nails. I have to look professional as a teacher but my nail polish always gets my kids attention haha And I've yet to be reprimanded about my choice in polish from administrators (fingers crossed!!!)
I am a HUGE fan of OPI and Essie for staying power. But the price and color of this WnW product sold me. I was so so so excited to try it on!
I used my base coat of Nail Magic ((I SWEAR BY THIS STUFF)) then a light coat of the polish. IT NEVER DRIED. Seriously, even the lightest coat of this polish stays wet for at LEAST 15 minutes. Even with OPI Drip Dry drying drops. I am absolutely floored at this polish.
HOWEVER... If you have time to sit around and let them dry (a solid 20 minutes)... This polish is sooooo pretty and soooo fun! It's like having a hologram or stars on your fingers! I wish they used a colored polish base instead of the clear since apparently this polish requires more than the three coats I currently have on in order to COVER my nails with the glitter (aka no nail bed showing).
The drying time and clear base are really my only gripes. I've gotten several compliments on this polish! Can't wait to show my students :-)
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I started collecting about 10 shades and realized, I should have bought ONE bottle of Essie instead. They are such great colors and so much fun cause it's cheap BUT gee, chipping, peeling even if I used SecheVite which is the best base and top coat- so if it's still peeling after that- it must be a waste of money. I regret wasting time on this, I have so many of them now over 13 bottles and I wish I could give it to someone.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I bought this on a whim, in the color Thanks a Latte, sort of a pinky coffee color--not a color I would normally buy, but I figured for 1.99 I could take a risk. First off, the color is great. Really attractive (I have tan skin). The brush was a bit poofy and big, but it didn't really bother me tremendously. I finished this with a Sally Hansen topcoat. I will be going back and buying more--particularly want to try the Cougar Attack (I think that's what it's called-it's a glittery copper one). Happily surprised.
Age: Unknown Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I like the price, color selection, but really dislike the thick formula and wide brush. I like a brush that tapers more. I have narrow nail beds but others have this issue too I see. I like the micro glitters best as the base is clear so harder to mess up. But even with those the polish seems a good deal thicker than most right from the start. I have several but will not buy more. I love WnW esp mega last nail polishes, there are not like them.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I just tried to apply my first Spoiled polish, "I Don't Drink Cheap Wine." All I can say is, the person who designed the brush must have been drinking Thunderbird at the time. It's not a brush, it's a FEATHER DUSTER. Horrible and useless.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy Eyes: Blue
Overall, I love these polishes! The color selection is pretty awesome, and the formulas are easy to work with and long lasting. The glitters are some of my favorite polishes ever (incl. Jewelry Heist, Trust Fund Baby, Pet My Peacock) but there are other unique colors in the line up (Are Mermaids Real?, Shrimp on the Barbie, I'm Ba-roque, Cougar Attack). I've heard complaints about the brushes being uneven, but I've only gotten one that was like that out of the many colors I've purchased. Plus, these polishes are so cheap that I'm willing to overlook the brush issue. Highly rec. this line, I think they are a total bargain!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I got 2 colors of this polish (show me some skin, toad-ally amazing) and although they are lovely colors and cheap, the brush is awful. They are too wide and thick, which makes it impossible to do controlled strokes and almost always require a lot of cleanup. I will keep them for nail art colors, but probably will not indulge in any more. I say either go for sinful colors (better brush) or pay the extra $$ and get SH (Or china glaze, etc.)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
after 25 years, i've finally stopped peeling the whites of my nails off. my nails have finally grown out & i wasn't sure it'd last, so i didn't wanna spend a lot on a single polish. i picked this up @ cvs today w/o even hearing about/seeing it before, so i took a chance & picked 2 up. i got steel the show & hit the brakes. i'm terrible @ explaining colors so i won't, but i put steel the show on first w/ essie's ready to go top coat. i don't know if it's b/c i'm not applying it correctly, but the edges have already chipped a little. i'll see how long it lasts before it chips to the point where i need to do my nails over. i LOVE the brush, but i could see why some wouldn't b/c it's so wide. i have wide nail beds, so it's perfect for me. so far, so good! can't wait to try the next color. i'm uploading a pic, but don't forget this is the first time i've applied nail polish on myself (no joke)!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This product is AMAZING. I was browsing my local CVS this past Saturday and saw these. At only 1.99 I picked one up that looked really pretty. Now let me say, even after using China Glaze, OPI, base coats, expensive top coats, etc my nails NEVER last more than 2 days tops without chipping. EVER. A few weeks ago I got a manicure with OPI on Sunday...by Wednesday I had to take it off since it was chipped so horribly. ( I type all day at work) I put this on Saturday afternoon...it is Wednesday and I do not have a SINGLE chip ( and yes, I have been working every day) ! It is amazing..this out does my expensive polishes HANDS DOWN. I did not use a base boat OR top coat and nails still look amazing....I am going to go back there and get more. This polish is great.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This line is really hit or miss. Some really great colors(though very few that I can't find almost exact dupes for in other similarly-priced brands, namely Sinful Colors), but the brushes just SUCK. I can't believe the other reviewers are praising them. Seriously, I have 5 or 6 bottles from this line & I can't even use half of them because the brushes are THAT BAD. I'll try to use them & the brushes will splay and spread polish *everywhere*, & I just get mad and give up after two nails. They're similar to the Sally Hansen Insta-Dri brushes, only more like ratty little brooms. I'm pretty experienced with wide brushes, but these are so poorly made that they're almost impossible to work with. They're bushy & wiry, with uneven bristles & stragglers everywhere I plan to re-bottle the ones with the worst brushes so I can use them, but still. Awful, awful brushes.
Also, the formula leaves much to be desired. They've got this thick, sheer, runny formula that's just a bitch to work with. It's not the WORST I've ever used, but it's bad enough to make me think twice about doing a mani with this brand. I have to do SO much cleanup when I use one of these cause they never fail to run all over the place & pool in my cuticles.
If WnW fixed these problems, this line would honestly be among my favorites because it's cheap & has great colors but as of now- it needs a bit of work.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Breakfast In Red was the first Spoiled polish I bought, and it turned out to be a great introduction to the line. Absolutely nothing about this polish disappoints, and it actually outdid the expectations I hold for more expensive brands! So far, I can only find this brand at CVS, but I hope it gains more ground in the future.
The formula is just fantastic. The incredibly vivid red color for Breakfast In Red is almost opaque with the first coat -- almost as much so as a Nars polish, no lie -- though I do still advise two coats. (Steel the Show, the next shade I tried, was slightly sheerer.) When you take it off, there's no staining. In between, the polish is pretty durable. Also, it's just pretty! The line includes everything from really outrageous shades to more demure tones. Breakfast In Red is extremely similar to a couple Essie shades that are out there, and Steel The Show (a violet taupe) is actually more wearable than a lot of the currently-trendy earth tones like Chanel's Particuliere and Essie's Chinchilly.
The brush is great too. It's not shaped the same as the usual Wet 'n' Wild brushes; it's broader and is tapered on two sides, resulting in much easier application. (EDIT: Seriously, this kind of brush needs to be in every bottle of nail polish, ever. It is the best.)
At $1.99, Spoiled costs the same as a bottle of Wet 'n' Wild's Megalast polish, but it's a much better value all around. The difference between the two formula types is really striking; you'd think Spoiled was from a completely different company! A big problem I have with most Wet 'n' Wild polishes is their wateriness and uneven application, which is not even remotely a problem with Spoiled. It leaves its parent company, and pretty much any other drugstore nail polish I've tried, in the dust.
My one quibble with Spoiled is a little odd. I'm unimpressed by some of the names they've given their shades. Even "Spoiled" is a little dubious as far as branding goes, but seriously -- "2 Weeks Sober"? "My Silicone Popped"? "Use Protection"? These are gross, in my opinion. I'm not a prude, but dumb names can turn me right off a product. Maybe it's petty of me, but there you have it. (EDIT: Just realized what really bothered me about the names. They're trying too hard to be edgy without actually being clever at all. They sound like they were thought up by a balding middle-aged guy who was trying too hard to sound like a drunk nineteen-year-old socialite princess. We are not amused.)
But overall, I'm ridiculously pleased by how good the Spoiled line is, and it's my opinion that you can't go wrong by giving it a try.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Green
I saw other reviews for this for specific colors but wanted to review it as a general nail polish brand. This caught my eye in CVS a few months ago but I didn't buy it because 1) it's only $1.99 and 2) it really reminded me of the polish brand "Sinful"...the bottles are very similar, and that brand is a chipping mess on me. To me, cheap = chip. I am glad to say....I was wrong. I was way wrong! I had been wanting to try a turqouise blue polish and Spoiled has a BEAUTIFUL color called "Good Karma" and that was my first purchase...at $1.99, what did I have to lose? I applied this last Sunday on both fingers and toes along with a Rimmel basecoat and Revlon "No Chip" top coat. I was thrilled to find that the brush was what I call a "splay" brush, in that it covers the nail in one swipe, just like Rimmel's polish brush does...very nice. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that it did not chip by the end of the day (I did dishes, other household chores). On my toes it didn't chip at all...not even a little all week long. I can't attribute that to Revlon because I've used other polishes with their "No Chip" top coat and had chips within a few hours, although it IS a good top coat. And, the color was AWESOME!!!.....omg, it looked green in some light, blue in others, turquoise in yet others. I wore it all week. I DID have to touch this up by Wednesday, just on the tips. But I have a job where I'm working in a computer lab, not to mention everyday life, so my nails get a LOT of abuse. I went today to buy 2 more colors -- a dark fuschia called "I Don't Drink Cheap Wine" (ha!) and a lilac frost called "Magic Carpet Ride". I had a Wet n' Wild coupon for $1.00 off, so both of them cost me $1.99. Please...that is a STEAL!!!! Would I recommend this product??, OMG, YES!!!!! It wore well, the color/shine was awesome and the price was unbelievably reasonable. I DO recommend and thank you W'nWild....good product.
11/03/12 -- Still love this polish! I have soooo many bottles of this is so many different colors! Just bought "Ants in my Pants" and "Pirates Booty" today. "Ants in my Pants" is a burgandy glitter and "Pirates Booty" is a gold....but I see hints of other color in there. This product line is VERY affordable and I'm telling you, it lasts really well!!! You are either going to love it or hate it....some hate the wide brush (if you have narrow nails, yeah, you won't like it). Some say it's too thick....compensate people!....wipe the brush a bit on the side!! For $1.99, I think this is awesome and the color array is so, so beautiful!! :)