Review | Wet n Wild Wild Shine Nail Polish - La Belle Sirene

Review | Wet n Wild Wild Shine Nail Polish

Wednesday, February 18, 2015


Hey Beauties! 

I have quite the love for nail polish and I have a bit of an addiction to adding new shades to my collection. My collection is organized by brand and is displayed on shelves in my office and I love taking the time to look through the various brands, shades and finishes to pick the perfect one for that day. One section that was a little bit small was my 4 lonely WildShine polishes from Wet n' Wild so you can not believe how excited I was to see these two brand new shades arrive in the mail. 

Wet n' Wild has given their classic Wild Shine nail polishes a little bit of a makeover for Spring 2015 with a new sleek bottle with a modern design - which I love - an improved formula and plenty of new shades to choose from. I was lucky enough to receive two gorgeous shades that fit perfectly into my collection and are perfect for Spring! 
 She Shells*  is a creamy, pink coral and Grasping at Strawberries* is a stunning bright, juicy red. 


Wet n' Wild has been making nail polishes since 1979 and the Wild Shine collection in particular is the number 1 best selling polish on the market. The Wild Shine polishes have made their mark in the vast world of nail polishes because they feature key colours - in multiple finishes - that every girl needs in her collection at an affordable price but with this new formula they have perfected those colours so that each shade is rich and creamy. The Wild Shine collection offers you exactly what you need in a good polish without all the frills that make nail polish so expensive.  

The two shades that I tried applied smoothly and left stunning, bold colour that was completely opaque in two coats. The brush is long and slightly flexible which took a second to get used to but it helped to reach the inner corners cleanly and was fantastic for smoothing out the polish preventing bubbles and smudging. Both polishes dried quickly and layered well without removing the bottom layer and once dry they lasted for 4 days before chipping which is really quite impressive. I really loved the high shine finish and the bright colours were perfect to bring a little bit of Spring into this dreary weather. 
Both polishes fit into my collection perfectly and look gorgeous displayed in my office. 

The Wet n' Wild Wild Shine polishes ($1.99) are available at your local Rexall/PharmaPlus and Walmart or online!

*products provided for consideration - opinions are all my own*


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