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Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Holiday Collection: Wet n Wild Festive Flirt

Wet n Wild Festive Flirt collection

Product: Wet n Wild Collection, Nail Lacquer 0.29
Price: $1.99/ea
Steph's Rating: Stephs Rating 3.5 Kisses 
Buy it: Meijer, CVS

While Fall is still in full swing, the holiday collections are bursting out of their shell waiting to get noticed. And first up is Wet n Wild's Festive Flirt. A Christmas release of six sparkly colors ranging from foil, glitter and shimmer textures.

Wet n Wild's Chrome Collection shares something in common with this one as far as bottle shape and application. Each color applied fairly thin and I needed a minimum of three coats for full coverage. 

Are you guys ready for some swatches?  

Wet n Wild Frostbite nail polish

Wet n Wild Festive Flirt Collection

Frostbite is a silver that lacks opaqueness unlike most foils I own. It's a bit thin and you'll need three coats for complete coverage.

Wet n Wild Ho Ho Ho Nail Polish

Wet n Wild Festive Flirt Collection

Ho Ho Ho is your typical holiday red with shimmer. 

Wet n Wild Gumdrop Nail Polish

Wet n Wild Festive Flirt Collection

Gumdrop is a warm toned gold glitter that's a great topper layered over any nail color. Note: In the swatch above, my pinky color is actually brown not black. Sorry!

Wet n Wild Red Velvet Nail Polish

Wet n Wild Festive Flirt Collection

Red Velvet is a red wine with shimmer. 

Wet n Wild Gilded Nail Polish 

Wet n Wild Gilded over Dark Purple 

Glided is a gold glitter with round holographic glitter that's pretty cool worn alone or layered over any nail color.  

Wet n Wild Festive Flirt Collection

Wet n Wild Festive Flirt Collection

Holly is a tad deeper than Red Velvet with added gold shimmer that's really pretty. Last weekend when my mom stopped over, I gave her a manicure with Holly and topped off Seche. The end result, 5 days with no chipping!

All in All, nice collection! A selection of Holiday Reds, Silver and Gold Glitters. Price is right at $1.99 each. Wet n Wild's lasting formula has proven to be a great drugstore brand.

Hope you have a great night!

(2) Comments

Lucy said on Oct 15th, 2009 2:36 am
Pretty colors but I have them all from other brands. If you don't want to spend the money that OPI costs than these would be good to buy. The Gilded glitter is nice layered.

Rolling Razor said on Nov 5th, 2009 1:06 am
Those pumpkins are so cute. Finally, a collection I can skip. Not to crazy about the W&W. The Massini's look good, but I've never seen them in my area. Over all a nice haul.

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