|Shades from Left to Right: Pick Your Poison, Shrimp on the Barbie, Toad-Ally Amazing, Pumping Gas|
OVERALL RATING: 9/10
PROS: Long-wearing, large color selection, opaque, large brush for complete coverage, colors are true to the bottle
CONS: Some brushes have frayed bristles
My obsession du jour has recently been nail polish. In the past several months alone, I've more than doubled my collection. I blame Pinterest.
However, I've managed to expand my collection without breaking the bank. I've fallen in love with a drugstore line!
Wet n Wild, known for their extremely inexpensive yet relatively high-quality cosmetics, has released a new line of professional-quality nail polishes available exclusively at CVS. The line is called Spoiled, and the polishes cost only $2 a piece!
The polishes themselves are very true to the color of the bottle. I have only used "Pick Your Poison" and "Pumping Gas" so far out of the four I own, because those are the more fall/winter appropriate colors. Both colors look exactly the same dry on my nails as they do in the bottle.
The brushes that come with the polish are very wide, so it's easy to cover almost the whole nail at once. The colors are also very opaque, so you're usually good to go after just one coat. The only issue that I have experienced with this line is that some of the brush bristles are a little frayed out, which can be problematic when working with precise paint application! This is not the case for all of the bottles, though, and the brushes that don't have this problem are fantastic.
I have had these polishes last up to two weeks without any chipping, which is remarkable considering how much I use my hands! Other polishes usually chip within the first few days for me.
Overall, I would highly recommend these polishes to someone who can't afford more expensive brands like OPI, Essie, or Zoya. These get the job done just as well, and with so many colors to choose from, there's no need to splurge when you can save!
Have you used any of the Spoiled polishes? Which shade is your favorite? Let me know in the comments!