These brushes are the exact shape of how my cuticles curve. Plus, even though I have small nail beds, they are kind of wide, so when I used these polishes I was only needing like one swipe (sometimes two) to cover my entire nail! It was so convenient.
Here is two coats of I Need a Refresh-Mint. This is a smooth creme polish and the color is that of the famous "Tiffany blue" color, which I love. This polish went on very nicely!
Here's I Need a Refresh-Mint with one coat of WnW Party of Five Glitters. For those that don't know, this glitter comprises of small silver, pink, red, blue, and green hex glitter. It's all in a clear base.
Through the Grapevine. Two smooth coats. This polish is a fuschia creme.
Party of Five Glitters on top of Through the Grapevine. I just love how this glitter topcoat spruces up any manicure.
Here is two coats of Wet Cement. This is a taupe brown creme that seems to have some purple to its base. I've seen this color be referred to as a "greige" (gray/beige) before. I love these types of colors on me. They really look good with my skin tone!
Wet Cement with Party of Five Glitters.
All in all, these three polishes went on very smooth. Dry time was moderate, not super fast, but not super slow. My favorites were Wet Cement and I Need a Refresh-Mint!!
Sometimes Wet n Wild polishes can be a little hard to come by, mainly their limited edition collections. But, I've seen these polishes at almost every Walgreens I've been to! They are also very nicely priced...usually at $1.99!
*These polishes were provided for me by Wet n Wild for review.