Guest Swatcher: Wet N Wild Red Tape

Proof you don’t have to spend a lot on a great manicure: another gorgeous red from Soaper1. I confess, I haven’t tried much from Wet n Wild’s nail polish line, but for $2, how could I go wrong?

Wet n Wild recently released new shades in the Megalast line. The polishes are toluene, phthalate, and formaldehyde free. They retail for $1.99 and are sold at many retailers (Walgreens, Walmart, etc.). Their site, wnwbeauty.com, does have a store locator.

This is Red Tape. I’d consider the finish of this one a creme bordering-on-jelly. The formula was a little thin, but applied nicely — despite the brush. The brush is wide and very paintbrush like. I felt like I was trying to paint the side of a barn. That said, once I got used to it, I was able to do a pretty good job and this manicure required only a small amount of clean up. This is four coats of color and one coat of Poshe topcoat.

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2 Responses to “Guest Swatcher: Wet N Wild Red Tape”

  • Kilian says:

    I’m all for a cheap manicure, but wet n wild is just too cheap for me… it always chips within the day that I paint my nails! Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure is only a few dollars more and it’s perfect! Hardly chips and the colors are great!

  • shaimaa says:

    I never use this brand but i have the same colour ,Rimmel its also look great .
    I loved Sally Hansen too great price and quality

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