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Wet n Wild I Moss Have It

I Moss Have It Wet n Wild

Wet n Wild I Moss Have It

I Moss Have It Wet n Wild

Wet n Wild I Moss Have It

Polishes Used:

1 Coat Fingerpaints Smooth Over Ridge Filler
3 Coats Wet n Wild I Moss Have It
1 Coat SinfulColors Clear Coat
1 Coat Seche Vite

I am not normally the biggest green polish fan, but this metallic mossy olive green from Wet n Wild? It's gorgeous, and it really does glow! This just might be my new favorite neutral for Fall... and Winter.

I Moss Have It is part of Wet n Wild's Here's To the Wild Ones collection for Fall 2015. I just read a post about these polishes on Nouveau Cheap late last week, so I was a little surprised to find it at my local Kmart. This time around, I remembered to take a picture of the display before I transferred one of each shade into my shopping cart.

Stop and Mel-the-Roses, Gettin' Inked, Pop-Up Bluetique, I Moss Have It, Keep Vinyl Alive, and Thrift Shopaholic

I tried to take a picture of all six polishes on my newly cleaned off nail desk last night, but between the glowing of the polish and the glare of the lamp, it just didn't happen. Stop and Mel-the-Roses, Pop-Up Bluetique, and Thrift Shopaholic were especially vibrant! I can't wait to try them out!

Application was really great. The Mani-Curve brush really makes clean polishing easy. Between the width of the brush and the curve at the tip, it's much easier to keep a clean line at the base of my nail bed! I probably could've stopped at just two coats, but I saw a little streaking at odd angles. That can translate weirdly with photos, so I added a third coat to be on the safe side.

I Moss Have It is packed with a shimmery metallic olive that's so on point for Fall. There's also just a hint of amber and gold shimmer to give it incredible depth and sparkle. I'm not trying to give up on Summer and bright colors, but the vampier Fall colors are just so novel and tempting right now!

As much as I love, Love, LOVE this color... It's off with it tonight and on with something else. But I can definitely see myself coming back to this polish again and again. Olive green has always been a neutral in the fashion world, so it's nice to see that same love happening in the beauty realm. With lots of added sparkle, of course!

-S

Comments

  1. Noo! Don't be limited edition!
    :(
    I can't get this polish in UK, and I want it so badly. Sob sob

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  2. Awww! With how huge metallics seem to be for Fall, it wouldn't surprise me if this is quickly duped. Fingers crossed!!!

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  3. I'm in kmart now... Buying all of them. Fun!

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