Good morning everyone! I have for you today, the Street Art nail polish collection from Wet N Wild, and a comparison to last year’s Pop Art Craze collection. In this collection are: Cursed, Deception, Get Lucky, Here Comes Trouble, Temption, and Too Hot For You. These are all topped by Wet N Wild shine topcoat, with the exception of Too Hot For You, which I’ll talk about below.
First up, is Cursed, a sheer orange polish. Shown here is 1 thin and 1 thick coat.
Next is Deception, a sheer purple polish. Shown here is 3 coats.
Get Lucky is next, a creme yellow polish. Shown here is 1 thin and 2 thick coats. What a streaky polish, but raise your hand if you’re actually surprised. 😛
Here Comes Trouble is next, a teal blue polish. Shown here is 1 thin and 1 thick coats. Note: this is so much brighter in real life. Big surprise, it was freaking out my camera!
This is Temption, a really great coral color. Shown here is 2 regular coats. Also another one that is even brighter in real life; this also leans slightly more pink than orange than what you see here.
Last is Too Hot For You, a red polish that has a shimmer. Shown here is 2 regular coats, first topped by WNW matte top coat, then by WNW shine top coat.
The stand-outs in this collection to me, are Here Comes Trouble, and Temptation. Both are insanely bright and cheerful, and I can see them being summer staples for pedicures & manicures! The rest are okay, but not too unique or worth the trouble of trying to get them streak-free.
Finally, a comparison to some of the polishes from last year. Here is Cursed compared to A Clock Strikes Orange, both 2 coats. Cursed is on the pointer & ring fingers:
Next is Deception (3 coats) compared to Who Is Ultra Violet (2 coats). Deception on the pointer & ring fingers:
Last is Here Comes Trouble compared to Listening to Blue Reed, both two coats. Here Comes Trouble on the pointer & ring fingers:
What are your thoughts on these polishes? Will you be picking up any?
On a separate note: I apologize for not responding to your lovely comments like I usually do. I’ve been under the weather this week, as has my daughter, and my son is getting sick as well. We’re all kind of miserable! 🙂 As soon as I’m more able, I’ll be responding to comments. Thanks for hanging in there with me. 🙂 Until the next time,
11 thoughts on “Wet n Wild Street Art nail polish (and comparisons)”
I loooove here comes trouble!
I feel like some of these are surprisingly sheer? Loveeee the yellow though. I am all about the yellow polishes lately since I got OPI’s “I Just Can’t Cope-a-Cabana”.
That’s what I was thinking. I don’t know why they all aren’t sheer, or all cremes. LOL.
Some very great shades here! There nice 😉
Thank you Lisa! 🙂
Glad I scored some of the Pop Art, thank you for comparisons!
Hope you all feel better fast 🙂
The Pop Art collection had so many good polishes! 🙂
I saw some of these at Walgreens the other day and I *almost* got them, but I was able to resist. I must not buy more polish! I really wanted the yellow cause I love the color and because I kept thinking of Daft Punk and Pharrell. haha
It’s so hard to resist when they are 99 cents though! haha! 🙂
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I love Here Comes Trouble and Get Lucky, I wish I could find them!