Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Polish || Review

<img alt="Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Polish Review | Mandy Leigh Blog" border="0" src="http://static1.squarespace.com/static/57bb93e3e6f2e1aba1300a81/t/57c8f92d8748e37b2e0d8f7f/1472794030543//img.png eyeliner (and feeling like such a grownup, thank you very much). They’re not exactly the best drugstore brand I’ve used, but they’re one that I always come back to…their quality is pretty decent and you can’t beat the prices.
One product from Wet N Wild that has really surprised me is the Megalast Nail Polishes. Last year I was checking out their display in Walmart and decided to try one of these polishes out – mostly because I loved the look of the bottles and the name of the polish was “2% Milk”, how cute! I ended up falling in the with everything about it – the color, formula, brush – and so this year I went ahead and bought a couple more.

Wet N Wild Megalast Nail Polish Swatches | Mandy Leigh Bloghere’s a photo of it on someone’s nails). It’s a milky white with the tiniest bit of shimmer – reminds me of when sunlight hits fresh snow and it sparkles.

I’m really happy with the quality of these polishes. They’re not too thick, not too watery, the colors aren’t streaky, they wear 5-7 days before chipping (with a topcoat), they come in a really good variety of colors, and they retail for only $1.99!

Review of the Wet N Wild Megalast Nail Polishes | Mandy Leigh Blog

My favorite thing about these polishes are the brushes. They are very wide and flat with a rounded tip, making polish application SO easy (which is something I always need help with, haha). This is honestly the best nail polish brush I’ve ever used, and I wish more brands would take note and switch to these wide brushes.

I’d love to know if you’ve tried these before and what you though. Which of the three colors is your favorite?

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