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Wet n Wild Temptation

Okay... so I realize I might be in a rut. Coral, blue, coral, blue, coral, blue... sheesh! I promise, I wear more colors than blue and coral. I've been gravitating towards them sooooo much lately and it's not even officially summer yet! Promise, promise, the next NOTD will be neither coral or blue! Until then though, I've found another coral that you might want to add to your stash while it's available...

Temptation by Wet n Wild

Wet n Wild Temptation

Temptation by Wet n Wild

Temptation by Wet n Wild

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Beauty Secrets Ridge Filler
3 Coats Wet n Wild Temptation
1 Coat Sinful Colors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

When I picked up a bunch of Sinful Colors polishes last Sunday... I also picked up this lone little bottle from Wet n Wild. It's the 2nd polish I've bought from the Limited Edition 2014 Street Art Collection. I just couldn't resist adding another coral to my stash, and I definitely don't have a neon one!

Formula-wise... this polish is great. It went on streaky as anything at first, but self-leveled with each coat and completely evened out by the 3rd. I'm thinking that it probably could be a two-coater, but I was painting in a tres, tres humid environment. C'est la vie, n'est pas?

So, do you really need Temptation if you already own a coral polish? For me, this was a definite yes, because I didn't have a neon coral in my collection. Temptation is pinker and lighter than Sinful Colors Coral Riff, and lacks that signature SC shimmer. It's a darker shade of coral than Sinful Colors Island Coral, and way brighter. (NEON!) Compared to Wet n Wild Love Me Some Muscles, it's not only waaaaay more of a darker coral, it leans more pink, is brighter, and completely opaque. So there... argument made!

Have you picked up any polishes from the Street Art Collection?


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