Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Wheel M7: Glitters from Wet 'n' Wild and China Glaze

I went with glitters for this episode of Nail Wheel Wednesday. Most of these are on the dense end of the glitter spectrum, though some could be layered.



(all 3 coats plus topcoat)

1. Wet 'n' Wild ColorIcon Jewels for Your Highness
2. Wet 'n' Wild ColorIcon The Crown is Mine
3. Wet 'n' Wild ColorIcon Speak When Spoken To
4. Wet 'n' Wild ColorIcon Bow in My Presence
5. Wet 'n' Wild ColorIcon Born Into Privilege
6. China Glaze Ray-diant [looks a lot like 5, doesn't it?]
7. China Glaze Optical Illusion
8. China Glaze Liquid Crystal
9. China Glaze Prism
10. China Glaze Full Spectrum
11. China Glaze Polarized
12. China Glaze Lorelai's Tiara
13. China Glaze Blonde Bombshell
14. China Glaze Marry a Millionaire [I had forgotten about this one and how much I like it; this is my favorite way to see bar glitter used, as an accent in a dense glitter mix]
15. China Glaze Material Girl
16. China Glaze Love Marilyn
17. China Glaze Some Like It Haute
18. China Glaze Mistletoe Kisses
19. China Glaze Party Hearty [such a great Christmas glitter]
20. China Glaze Mrs. Claus

I have comparisons featuring some of the first 11 of these in my post about the Wet 'n' Wild Toppings Glitters that came out in 2013 and looked a lot like these earlier ones.

Bottles 1 through 5—Be Jeweled collection from 2012:


6 through 11—Prismatic collection from 2012:


12 through 17—Eye Candy collection from 2011:


18 through 20—glitters from 'Tis the Season to Be Naughty and Nice collection from 2010:














5 comments:

  1. These look good! I just bought the Wet n Wild ones last week so looking foward to trying them :-)

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  2. I love how sparkly all of these are! I almost never wear glitters b/c they're so hard to remove, but wow some of these are gorgeous!

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  3. I have nr 7 and 8 by China Glaze, I like them a lot, they're quite hard to remove though. Wet'n'wilds look subtle :)

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  4. Yes Party Hearty is a gorgeous Christmas glitter - it also was my very first glitter :)

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  5. The foil method means I never worry about glitter removal. Lots of cuticle oil afterwards and my fingers are fine. :)

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