comparison Nails Inc Wet and Wild

Nails Inc Bloomsbury Square and Connaught Square

Monday, 9 January, 2012

It’s my sheer pleasure to introduce you to these 2 lovely glitter polishes from Nails Inc…

 

Aren’t these two colors great? Totally vibrant and just all around glowing, wouldn’t you agree?

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What would you say if I told you that these are not two colors but really FOUR? Quelle suprise!

Come see the reality of it…

Shade

Sunlight

Is there really a difference? I venture to say yes, but it is so incredibly small and if you weren’t nitpicking like I was, you’d never find it.

First and foremost, the Wet and Wild stuff stank. Like…rotting breath kind of stank. Gag me stank. You get the idea. The Nails Inc stuff wasn’t much better, but it was that thin tiny margin of better.

Wet and Wild took forever and a day to dry, where as the Nails Inc dried as soon as it hit the nail. All of these are three coats.

So where is the difference, you ask? I see a tiny discernible difference between BS and BAD – BAD is just a hint darker than BS. Almost like it had a slightly darker tint in the base, but as you can see it is barely noticeable. The glitter is still this dazzling shade of purple with lovely round magenta glitter. The blue in CS is deeper, a bit richer than BM,IR. The purple glitter in CS also a bit more predominant, but I wonder if it’s due to my application and not the formula itself. BM,IR is a a hint of a shade lighter, but it seemed to glow a bit more.

Overall if you want WnW, these are from the Ice Baby collection and I’m not sure it’s so easy to find at the moment. It’s worth it if you can find it because it’s oodles cheaper than the Nails Inc ones. While you can readily obtain Nails Inc at your local Sephora store or online, be prepared to pay a hefty price for it.

Happy Monday!

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