This nail polish is available in a variety of colours and will dry quickly for those on the go, in need of a quick drying nail polish. Visit wnwbeauty.com for more information.
Average Price: $2.99
The Wet n' wild nail polish is the polish I probably buy the most,it goes on smoothly, dries fairly quickly and gives you a really nice shine.It lasts for a good 4 or 5 days before it starts to wear off
This one doesn't dray as fast for me, but it's worth the quality of the polish that it does dry fast enough before a second coat is placed on the other coat. This is the brand I buy for my girls (4) and it's worth them not getting it on their clothing as it dries before they ever have a chance to put their hands near the clothing.
This is one of the best nail products that I have found for a very reaonable price! My grandaughters are all getting several colors this year for Christmas! love it!!
I think this nail polish is amazing. I was in the store looking for a beautiful purple color. It was a tie between the Sally Hansen or the Wet n Wild. The Sally Hansen was very thin and would have needed a lot of coats whereas the Wet n Wild was pretty much a one coat deal. It is extremely opaque and absolutely beautiful.
I have a few of these, and I am pretty pleased with the colours ( I love Teal of Fortune) but I don't find them to dry in 60 seconds, atcually I found that they took a fair bit longer than most polishes to dry... but that could be because the shades I have are not creams. Glitter/shimmer polishes tend to take a bit longer to dry.
The colour payout on these is great but I do find the formula to be on the thin side, so you will need a few coats for a full opaque cover. Overall though, you can't beat the price and the do have a pretty good lasting formula. I think it was about four days before the chip on me and I tend to be quite hard on my nails so that is great.
I bought this in Gray's Anatomy after buying a Revlon polish in Yellow Seahorse which really disappointed me. This was a much better choice. Picked it up in Rite-Aid for less than $2 in the US.
It's a super pigmented polish which took only 2 coats to completely cover. It's got a beautiful duochrome-type grey/pink/purple/green color, depending on which way the light hits it. Really beautiful.
Does it dry fast? Actually, yes. I wasn't expecting that as many polishes I have bought make this claim but fail miserably. It also doesn't bubble and really doesn't chip quickly. The only drawback is that it gets a bit dull after 5 days or so, but applying another coat overtop takes care of that very quickly, without having to remove it all and start from the beginning. Because it doesn't chip very easily, it's super easy to keep your nails looking great with this product.
For the price, I will definitely be buying more of this brand in different shades. They are a quality product and my second favorite only to my Rimmel Pro polishes, which are also spectacular. Definitely worth the tiny price I paid, and then some.
I bought this nail polish in Saved by the Blue 230C. It's an electric blue shade that's super fun to wear. Normally I only wear pinks and purples but I saw a girl wearing bright blue and I had to try it too.
The quality of the polish was great (especially considering how inexpensive it is). It applied easily, gave great colour and lasted.
It's supposed to be fast drying, but I can't properly comment on this since I pretty much sat still after applying this product, just in case.
I'd recommend this product and colour!
I just got two of these nail polishes, Gray's Anatomy (like the first reviewer) and Hannah Pinktana, and will definitely get a few more next time I'm shopping!
Gray's Anatomy looks interesting in the bottle; a silvery lilac with green tones. One coat is way too thin on your nails though - it definitely needs at least 2 to get the colour more solid. This could be a downer for this product IF it didn't dry so quickly! (I find it dries about as quickly as or more so than Sally Hansen Insta-Dri polish, which is only a few minutes). This shade is different than what I would usually buy, but I'm digging it.
Hannah Pinktana isn't really the greatest name (I don't care about Hannah Montana, it's more that this polish just isn't pink!). But the colour is cute, kind of like the purple in Gray's Anatomy but just all glittery. It goes on sheer and kind of frosty as well - not as vibrant as in the bottle but close. I'm sure with 3 coats you would get the expected colour, but regardless of that it's still a cute shade, and perfect for getting me into spring!
There are a few more shades from this collection I think would be cute, and the price is definitely a plus for me. I like the consistency of this product too - it's not thin and watery, OR thick and gloopy, just perfect and smooth. And again, they dry in minutes. Overall a great nail polish!
Just bought two more shades (FuchsiaRama and Sage in the City). I kinda want all of these, they are all pretty decent colours.
I haven't tried them both, just Sage in the City, but it looks awesome. Only one coat, and it is super vibrant and again fast-drying. And still so cheap!
I got this polish because I loved the color, it's called Gray's Anatomy. Not quite sure how they came up with the name, I guess because it looks a little gray but mostly it's silver with purple and green undertones.
It lives up to it's Fast Dry name because it dried in record time. The initial first coat was a little thin for a test and the color was slightly opaque but with more coats the color will show through. It covers well and is a good thickness not too thin but no big globs.
They have many other great looking colors that I'm looking forward to getting if they come on sale.
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