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Wet n Wild 2% Milk

I've been meaning to add this shade to my collection for quite some time. So, when I picked up Sea Change and Black Light Party last week, I also picked up 2% Milk... a slightly pink beige/nude creamy jelly (crelly) that's just begging to be sandwiched with some glitter...

wet n wild 2% Milk
Wet n Wild 2% Milk - Natural Light

wet n wild 2% Milk
2% Milk by Wet n Wild

wet n wild 2% Milk
Wet n Wild 2% Milk

wet n wild 2% Milk
Coffee with 2% Milk. Hahahahahaha. Yes.

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats Wet n Wild megalast 2% Milk
1 Coat Seche Vite

I've read so many good things about this polish on other blogs, so I was pretty confident that I would love it. They were all right on with their reviews. 2% Milk was streak-free in 3 coats, which surprised me. Normally, I have to add coat after coat before polishes like this level out. :)

For a polish fanatic like me, you can never have too many nude polishes like 2% Milk in your stash. Why is that, you may ask?


I swear by this stuff...

Beauty Secrets Acetone available here.

It eats through nail polish fast, But it's super-hard on my fingernails. So much so, that it leaves a yucky orange tinge on my natural nails. (And we all know how I feel about orange.) That tinge is EXCELLENT inspiration to keep my digits polished on a daily basis. Plus, not only does 2% Milk from Wet n Wild go on evenly at 3 coats, it completely covers all that orange grossness. FTW!

2% Milk is part of Wet n Wild's CORE collection. You can pick up a bottle wherever Wet n Wild polishes are sold, usually for around $2 a bottle.

Would you wear 2% Milk?


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