Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Spotted, Hauled...a couple, & Swatched - Wet 'n Wild Fergie Heavy Metal Holiday 2013 Collection

Hi!
**all items purchased by me

I'm still working my way through my back-log of recent collection finds.  This is one of the holiday releases from Wet 'n Wild and is under the Fergie line.  The name is the Heavy Metal Collection.  This is supposed to be a 7 shade collection, but all the displays I've seen have just been 6 shades with one of them having 2 different labels.  Maybe if you live in a different area of the country, you'll see what the last color is really supposed to be? (I'm thinking it's a charcoal color...more on that in a bit).  I came across this display at Rite Aid at the beginning of October.

As always, the display picture:
These are the 4 that I did not purchase:
~there seems to be a labeling issue since both bottles on the left in the above picture, while clearly are the same shade, are labeled Graphite Greetings (top) and Happy Holidaze (bottom left)
~the blue is Mazel Tov Madness
~the green is Emerald Rock City
This collection seems to have repromotes/renamed polishes from the 2012 Pick Your Poison collection so if you missed them in either their original release or their more recent re-release in the Walgreens' Halloween Fantasy Makers selection, here's another chance at 4 of them.  
> Graphite Greetings (just going on the sticker label, not the bottle color for this one) would probably be Venomous Vixen
>Happy Holidaze would probably be Deadly Dose
>Mazel Tov Madness would probably be Root of All Evil
>Emerald Rock City would probably be Poison Ivy

And now the haul picture of the 3 I did get:
 Titanium Crush, Black Metal Magic, Mountain High

Some label/bottle shots so hopefully you can see the glitters better:
And swatches:
Black Metal Magic, Mountain High, Titanium Crush
~these are all approximately 2 coats~

~Black Metal Magic is gunmetal and black glitters in a clear base - it also looks like it has even smaller glitters in gold, but my wheel swatch isn't showing up that way.
~Mountain High is a super sheer milky cream with iridescent hex glitters and gold flakie/shard glitters.
~Titanium Crush is primarily silver shimmer that is fairly opaque with some gold hex glitters thrown in for extra interest.

Have you seen this display?  Was it seven different shades or did you see the same label issue I did?  Are you planning on picking up any of these if you do see them?  And of course, let me know if you'd like to see any of these on the nails soon!

**all items purchased by me
**my opinions are my own
**not sponsored/affiliated

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