There is a serious nail polish invasion going on at R.D.R.B HQ. I cannot pass the aisles of a drugstore without picking up a nail polish. Even at bed, bath and beyond – a place I assume will be nail polish free – I managed to find some nail polishes. With so many new additions to the nail polish family – I thought it was time to share what I picked up and which ones I like, incase you were in the market to add to your nail polish stash.
Color Club Nail Polishes. Nicole from youndwildand polished had swatched several shades of these on her instagram account recently and they were all beautiful. On my trip on Bed, Bath and Beyond – I found a few shades of this on sale. I picked up Wild Orchid; Get a Clue and summertime in XXX. All cream formulas, two coats max. My favorite ones in the bunch – Get a clue – which a pink for those who don’t like pink and Wild Orchid – a grey, silver with hints of blue.
Spoiled by Wet n Wild Nail Polishes. These were a surprise to me, I saw the display at CVS and it was on a BOGO sale, so I picked up five colors to try and I have been very surprised. I have the shades – Party of fish in the sea; let’s get sushi, Jail Bait, Green to be heard and Uh, As if. Love the names – My pick is “Uh, As If” which is very bright pink – I am usually not a pink person, but I love this color on my nails. My favorite part of these polishes (besides the price) is the brush. It has a thick/wide brush that allows me coat my nail in one swipe. Most only need two coats to be opaque and applied with my go-to base coat and topcoat – it lasts about six days.
Essie Nail Polishes. I found these walking the aisles of Nordstrom’s rack and TJ Maxx and they cost only a fraction of the price. The green shade “navigate her” is a beautiful shade of green – muted down, not bright and it is opaque in two coats. The second shade “pin the tassel” is a gun metal color that screams “glam”. I am usually not a fan of Essie polishes (price and the shades I have tried always streak), but these two shades apply smoothly and has started to change my opinion of Essie nail polishes.
Rimmel Salon Pro Polishes. Another one I picked up because it was on sale and the shade Barmy Blue spoke to me, it’s such a unique shade of blue and I cannot keep from stealing glances at my nails when I have these on. The other color I picked up is chic chick – a beautiful nude color – think a “your nails but better” color. If you don't like color, this is the one for you.