Just a quick post to show you a very pretty coral nail polish that I’m really liking right now!
But first, a warning. If you couldn’t tell from the title, I put this polish on my toes… So if you don’t want to see photos of polish on my feet, for whatever reason, stop reading now!
I very rarely (if ever…) see posts with photos of feet on nail blogs, and I’m guessing the reasons for that are primarily a) that a lot of people have a problem with feet, don’t like looking at feet or are grossed out by feet! and 2) that people feel uncomfortable posting photos of their own feet because they think that they might look weird or unpleasant to readers.
I don’t particularly love looking at them or anything, but I don’t have an issue either! And I happen to really like the way this colour looks on my toes, so I’m fine posting photos of my feet. Now on to the polish!
I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about Wet ‘n’ Wild Megalast polishes lately, and own several from the line myself. This one, in 212C Heatwave, is the first I have tried and I really love it!
The colour is perfect for spring (and for toes, I think!) and it applies very nicely. This is three coats, for the simple reason that I usually do three coats out of habit, but it is pretty much fully opaque in two coats.
I have been wearing it for about 2 1/2 weeks now, and there are still no chips at all! (Though I rarely get chips on my toes, to be honest…)
The brushes in the Megalast polishes are called ManiCurve Pro Brushes and are nice and wide, as you can see. I have seen mixed feedback about them, as some seem to really love the brushes and others really hate them with no middle ground. Personally, I am a fan and I think that application with these brushes on the fingers would be even easier than on the toes because it requires fewer strokes than a thinner brush.
Overall, I think this is a great product and for under $3, it is definitely worth buying! I am excited to try some of the other colours in my stash and see how they compare with Heatwave.
What are your thoughts on the Wet ‘n’ Wild Megalasts? Which ones have you tried, and did you like the brushes? Leave me a comment below!