Love the color! However, the formula is subpar. I have other WNW polishes that don't give me this much grief. The brush is thin, the polish is still streaky even after three coats, and it chipped in less than 24 hours. Normally, I don't mind applying three coats but this was not worth the trouble of putting it on only to be disappointed and have to take it off the next day. Maybe it works better on toes. I haven't tried yet.
My review from last summer in another thread 6/9/10: When I saw this gorgeous hot pink (Digital 06) nail polish sitting on the shelf I knew it was going home with me. I put two coats on my toes and went outside to check out the color in the sunlight. This shade is fantastic, it almost glows. Update: I recently bought Zoya Trinity and it's almost the exact same color. Trinity is a tad bit darker, but not much. I love them both!
Hot People Like You is another of the vast assortment of neon pinks in my collection. While the color is gorgeous, the formula needs a little bit of work. It goes on very thin & sheer. It takes at least three coats (or more) to get rid of VNL. The good news is that it dries shiny. Given the subtle differences between this and my other pink neons, I wouldn't buy this one again.
Beautiful in the bottle, less impressive as a topcoat on my nails. Somewhere along the way it loses it's blue iridescence and just looks like small silver glitter over my nail polish.
I've had this for awhile and still can't figure it out. I got a 4ml one-daisy-topped bottle from Sephora for some promotion or another they had way back when. It's the EDT version. I really don't understand the following this has unless it's for the bottle. The scent is very unremarkable (laundry soap clean) except for a brief whiff of alcohol when it's first applied.
I took a chance on this and purchased from EL's website when it first became available. I was hoping it would grow on me but it's just so-so. There's really not one note that sticks out. Altogether it's rather generic. Unoffensive, but no wow factor either. Just plain. I wish I'd have repurchased Beautiful EDP instead.
I have about a half dozen gold nail polishes, each one uniquely different. Richelle isn't a yellow gold, it's more like a golden bronze. The micro shimmer is smooth and imparts a foil finish. It glows beautifully in the sunlight. I used 3 thin coats and they dried quickly. This would look great on my toes if my feet weren't so pale but I'm still wearing Zoya Lola (neon pink) and can't bring myself to remove it yet. It's awesomeness in the sunlight is amazing also.
Love at first sight. Fairy Dust is a very fine holo micro glitter topcoat. The formula is somewhat thick but it distributes the glitter evenly across the nail. It's not as outright noticeable as WNW Kaleidoscope but when light hits it you definitely know it's there. My only complaint is that it takes a long time to dry. Adds sparkle and shine to neons better than a plain clear topcoat. In fact, I think it looks good over just about any type of polish.
Polishes -Wet 'n' Wild - Wild Shine - Kaleidoscope
Shayron 5/4/2011 12:38:00 PM
This looks similar to CG Fairy Dust only the holo glitter is 2 sizes and one is much larger. It dries a heck of a lot faster too. It's another topcoat favorite of mine. It gives "oomph" to an ordinary plain shade of polish.
Gilda is another favorite of mine. It has a transparent med/dk pink base with hot pink glass fleck glitters. It feels smooth on your nails and with the high shine there's no need for a topcoat on this one. Good formula, easy to work with. I use 3 coats. The end result is beautiful on both hands and toes.
Beautiful bubble gum hot pink with silver glass flecks. I usually apply 3 coats and don't see the need for a topcoat. It's one of my favorite pinks to use on both my hands and my toes. I have no complaints with either the formula or how it wears.
Lola is a medium fuchsia-pink with blue-violet duochrome and a slight shimmer. I'm wearing this on my toes right now. Lola is similar to Kiki in pinkness, but doesn't have the glass fleck Kiki has. It took 3 coats to get the intensity I wanted. It has a tendency to pool near the cuticles so next time I'll be more careful applying. When it dried it was hard to see the blue-violet duochrome shimmer that I saw in the bottle so I added a top coat of China Glaze Fairy Dust and that made it pop.
I love this color and since it's been well described already I'll move on. It goes on sheer, the formula is thin and it takes at least 3-4 coats to cover VNL. Most people might not want to bother with the time it takes to apply and dry so many coats but it really flatters my hands and is worth the trouble if you have the time.
The bottle color is pretty accurate to what it looks like on "but" it can be streaky. I use 3 coats and it seems to even out as long as you don't use too many brush strokes per coat. I like it as an alternative to white pearl. I looks great with a tan. Definitely a keeper. FYI - I have a zillion polishes and I rarely (if ever) buy the same one twice.
What you see in the bottle is pretty much what you get. Not quite metallic though. It's a smooth foil-like silver with microfine sparkle in the light. Could've gotten away with one coat but I used two. No streaking, good coverage, fast dry. I was contemplating buying Zoya Trixie but this looks pretty close according to the spoon I ordered.