The Wet n Wild Fast Dry Nail Polishes quickly became an obsession. I had to find them all. There are 18 shades available, and I now have all except one (which I will find). I'm missing "Gray’s Anatomy", although I do have the same shade name in their Craze polish line (but the shades are slightly different, even though they have the same names).
I have to once again brag about how awesome my husband is. He helped in my hunt to find all the shades, and ended up finding 9 that I couldn't find at any of the stores I checked. He really is the greatest. This is why I married this man; he totally gets me and supports me in every part of my life. My 7th wedding anniversary is on Monday and I'm excited to celebrate another year together :)
Anyhow, enough bragging (for now, hehe). Onto these beautiful polishes...
I really like the Wet n Wild Fast Dry Nail Polishes. The colors are beautiful, the names are catchy (all TV based), and they are quick drying. I can't say how long lasting they are because I change my polish far too often (usually every day or every other day). I also like the new Wet n Wild Craze polishes (which I'll make a separate blog post on soon).
Enjoy the swatches! Let me know your favorite!
* click on an image to view it larger *
Party of Five Glitters (238C)
Teal of Fortune (228C)
Shade Description: A beautiful semi-sheer shimmering teal. The photo do not do this shade any justice.
Saved By The Blue (230C)
Everybody Loves Redmond (221C)
How I Met Your Magenta (233C)
The Wonder Yellows (224C)
Shade Description: A neon fuchsia (matte finish) that comes to life with a top coat (as you can see in the last swatch).
Sage in the City (225C)
The Gold & The Beautiful (223C)
SaGreena The Teenage Witch (226C)
Teal or No Teal (227C)
Ebony Hates Chris (229C)
Buffy The Violet Slayer (231C)
Hannah Pinktana (234C)
Blue Wants To Be A Millionaire (235C)
Shade Description: A silver metallic foil.
*As always: All swatches are shown with 2 coats. Only one photo shows the polish with a top coat (the last photo), as I feel top coats make all shades look better; some top coats even save a horrible shade and transform it into something beautiful. I want to show the colors for what they are and what they could be when you apply a top coat. *