Thursday, July 31, 2014

Spotted, Hauled & Swatched - Wet 'n Wild All Access Beauty Wild Shine Polish Collection

Hi!
**purchased

I'm back with yet another installment of the Wet 'n Wild All Access Beauty limited edition collections.  I had no idea that they were releasing a small collection of Wild Shine polishes, as well as a couple of the MegaSlicks Balm Stain (which I did not purchase those).  I stumbled across this display at Giant Eagle (grocery store) and I have no idea where else it's going to show up.
 2 shades of MegaSlicks Balm Stain Moisturizing Lip Colour were included:
Tangerine and Tribal (left) and Festival Fashionista (right)

Moving on to the polishes:

Swatch time (both on the wheel and my nails):
Ferris-Wheel Romance, Gyp-Sea Green, Spitfire, Chambray Showers 
(2 coats of each on the wheel, actual nails are a bit different)

On my nails: 3 coats of Ferris-Wheel Romance and Gyp-Sea Green (very sheer jelly).  Spitfire (jelly) and Chambray Showers (needs base coat/ridge filler) are both 2 coats.  I used a layer of topcoat to try to even any visible nail ridges out.

I knew going in that Gyp-Sea Green was a jelly, but I wasn't expecting it to be as sheer as it really is.  Although with careful (read: even) application, it's pretty.  This and Spitfire would both be perfect in jelly sandwich or syrup nails, neither of which I've really tried but those are both on my list of techniques to try.  I really like how bright and cheery Chambray Showers is and Ferris-Wheel Romance is about the perfect pink-peach shade.  Spitfire is more red-orange than Cursed from the Street Art limited edition collection.

Other All Access Beauty collections:
Megalast Polishes and Bronzer Collection

Have you seen the All Access Beauty Wild Shine polish collection?  Do you like sheer polishes or do you prefer the opaque formulas?  Let me know if you want to see Spitfire being compared to Cursed on my nails!!

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

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