I am so glad that I finally got my hands on a few of the Spoiled by Wet n' Wild nail colors! I purchased these at CVS, and if I am not mistaken. I believe that these are exclusively sold only at CVS. Anyways, while browsing the display of the Spoiled nail colors, I was immediately intrigued with three colors. Since I haven't tried spoiled nail colors before, I played it safe and decided to go with a neutral, and two brights. Let's take a closer look at My Button Fell Off, Pretty In Punk, and Breakfast In Red ($1.99, each).
|My Button Fell Off (3 coats, no topcoat)|
|Pretty In Punk (3 coats, no topcoat)|
|Breakfast In Red (3 coats, no topcoat)|
My Button Fell Off: Milky, light pink cream. Creamy nude shades like this one, are one of my favorite color schemes when it comes to nail colors. They are always reliable and they look beautifully delicate, on. I really like this color. This one went on sheer and a bit streaky on the first coat. Three coats are definitely needed to smooth things out a little, and get opaque coverage.
Pretty In Punk: Fuchsia pink cream. I am sure that I have a few dupes of this nail color in my nail collection. It's a very common nail color but, I just couldn't resist scooping it up. This color is so fun, and when I saw it, I immediately thought of how amazing this pink would be as a pedi color. I think one can never have enough pinks. Don't you think so? One coat gives a nice opaque coverage, although, I did spot some visible nail line. For complete opaqueness, a second/third coat is best.
Breakfast In Red: Vivid, tomato red cream. I seem to be on a bright red kick, lately. One can never go wrong with a classic, bright red. The first coat yielded opaque results, but visible nail line was present here, too. Like with Pretty In Pink, a second and/or third coat would be the way to go, to obtain opaque coverage.
All three nail colors dried to a smooth, gorgeous glossy, shiny finish. Love that! The formula on all three was pretty impressive, and quite easy to work with. The only issue I really had was with My Button Fell Off. But only because of the streaking-which is expected, as most nude nail colors like this one, go on sheer and streaky at first.
I really love the polish application brush of these. They are very similar to the Wet n' Wild Megalast Nail Color brushes. The brush is wide and a bit short, making it easy to cover my nail beds much quicker. This is a good feature for me because I have semi-wide nail beds. But I can see how this might be an issue for those who have smaller nail beds.
These didn't take long to dry, at all. They dried pleasantly quick, actually. As for lasting power, I didn't get any chipping or tip wear until the fourth or fifth day, which isn't too bad, I think. And that was without a top coat! I am sure that with a lasting top coat, the longevity may fare better.
Overall, I think these Spoiled nail colors are a great affordable option, if you want to add a little color and variety to your nail polish stash. Spoiled has quite a few color options and finishes available and, I am sure that you are bound to find one...or a few shades, that suit your fancy. I can't recommend these nail colors enough and I am definitely going back for more. I want to try a few of the neons and glitters, next!
What do you all think of the Spoiled Nail Colors? Which shades are your favorite?
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned above. I purchased these products for my personal use.