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Sally Hansen Purple Pizazz vs. Wet n Wild Black Light Party

So, yesterday I showed you Black Light Party from Wet n Wild's megalast collection. Remember how I thought it was similar to Purple Pizazz, if not a dupe? Well...

Sally Hansen Purple Pizazz Dupe Alert
Sally Hansen Purple Pizazz vs. Wet n Wild Black Light Party

Sally Hansen Purple Pizazz vs. wet n wild Black Light Party
Natural Light Swatches

Sally Hansen Purple Pizazz vs. wet n wild Black Light Party
Close-up Bottle Shots

Okay... so they're not EXACTLY the same, but I'm still calling dupe. Purple Pizazz has a little more glitter, but Black Light Party definitely went on smoother. Purple Pizazz was still a little streaky at 4 coats. It also leans very slightly more towards purple than Black Light Party.

When Purple Pizazz was available, I bought a backup bottle because I liked it so much. It's not something I usually do, and I don't regret it. If you missed out on Purple Pizazz, definitely pick up a bottle of Black Light Party. You won't be disappointed. AND... speaking from experience, this jelly polish has lent itself to some pretty awesome jelly glitter sandwiches...

Jelly Glitter Sandwich

And now that I'm thinking about it... Remember those layerings I created with Sally Hansen Pink-Grape Fruit? Maybe not so much this one, but DEFINITELY this one! (I didn't get quite so carried away with the latter... Oo) I'm sure that Pink-Grape Fruit would look AMAZING layered in between Purple Pizazz or Black Light Party!

Black Light Party is available exclusively at Dollar General stores and retails for $2 a bottle.


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