Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color in Undercover ($1.99)
Undercover is such a gorgeous color. I love the brownish pink shade. The formula isn’t too thin nor is it too thick. It’s just right. The nail polish glides on very easily and evenly. Not only does it go on so easily, it dries quickly too! I love how wide the brush is. It’s about as wide as my pinky. Because the brush is wide, it makes painting your nails faster and easier. Although, if your nails are narrow I can see you having trouble because the brush will be too wide. I just love everything about the Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color in Undercover! The price! The color! I need to grab more of Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color when they are BOGO again.
Check out the swatch of the Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Color in Undercover!
Revlon No Chip Top Coat ($5)
LOVE! Finally an affordable top coat that performs as if it cost hundreds of dollars. It was able to keep my nail polish chip-free for over week. It also gave my polish a nice shiny, glossy finish. Unlike the super popular top coat that shall remain nameless, Revlon’s No Chip Top Coat didn’t get goopey and thick overtime. It also dries super quick. I recommend Revlon No Chip Top Coat to everybody!
Revlon Scented Nail Enamel ($4.79)
How fun! Scented nail polish! I’ve never used scented nail polish before so I didn’t know what to expect when I tried out Revlon’s Scented Nail Enamel. Surprisingly, the scented nail polish was very pleasant. The scent wasn’t too overwhelming when the nail polish dried, and they all smelled like their names. Mmm…yummy! I only could smell the fruity scent when my fingers were near my nose. The scent lasted for a couple of days. As each day passed, the scent would fade away.
The nail polish itself is great. I didn’t experience any chipping or peeling for days. I didn’t even use a protective topcoat! Two coats was all I needed for full coverage, and the polish applied very easily and smoothly. There are 16 shades to choose from. You can view them here. The 5 out of the 16 shades I own are:
305 Sublime Strawberry: a rosy pink with tiny golden shimmer
315 Pretty In Papaya: a bold reddish, orange
350 Raspberry Rapture: a red with a hint a of dark pink
365 Orange Pop: a golden, orange duochrome
375 Passion Fruit: a dark, grape purple
Note: Don’t be stupid like me and take a whiff of the nail straight from the bottle thinking it’ll smell yummy fruity. I don’t know what I was thinking. In fact, I don’t think I was using my brain, because I didn’t notice the “scented when dry” label on the bottle until the after big whiff incident. I think I was too excited about the scented feature to notice the big “scented when dry” label.
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Revlon Liquid Quick Dry ($5) Instantly dries wet nail enamel for a high gloss, flawless finish.
– Mineral oil wraps nails in a smooth, glossy layer
- Vitamins C + E provide antioxidant protection
- Panthenol: “nail-friendly” pro-vitamin B5 helps to provide conditioning to nail
I think I may have found the best product for quick drying nail polish. Revlon Liquid Quick Dry was indeed quick drying. It was able to dry my nail polish in less than 5 minutes. No joke! In less than 5 minutes! What I like about the Revlon Liquid Quick Dry is that it’s not messy. You just brush it on like you brush on nail polish. It does take longer to apply than using a dropper because you have to brush it on each nail. However, Revlon Liquid Quick Dry is a lot less messier than the ones that come with a dropper since it’s more precise. It’s the perfect solution for when you want to do a quick manicure and you’re worried you don’t have time.