MegaLast Nail Colors in
Wet Cement *NEW
Break The Ice
Bite the Bullet
Through the Grapevine
On A Trip *NEW
I Red a Good Book *NEW
Haze of Love
Under Your Spell
I Need a Refresh-Mint *NEW
Are available at mass market retailers beginning February 2012.
Suggested Retail Price: $1.99
Here is Nouveau Cheap's comparison on the old bottle versus new.
I Need A Refresh-Mint = China Glaze's For Audrey
New bottle design, 5-day chip-resistant formula, ManiCurve Pro Brush designed with a flat rod for even liquid dispersion, Formaldehye, Toluene, and Phthalate free.
Wet Cement - deep gray, brown undertone creme
Break The Ice - sheer frosty white with shimmer
2% Milk - sheer egg white creme
Private Viewing - sheer pale peach with very light shimmer
Sugar Coat - milky pink creme
Undercover - rustic mauve creme
Bite the Bullet - deep lilac creme
Through the Grapevine - bright plum creme
Candy-Licious - pink creme
Tropioca - fuschia creme
Club Havana - coral/orange creme
Heatwave coral with red undertones creme
On A Trip - blue/violet or cobalt creme
I Red a Good Book - red creme
Haze of Love - burgundy creme
Under Your Spell - dark burgundy with shimmer
Disturbia - dark purple with shimmer
I Need a Refresh-Mint - mint creme
Wet N Wild revamped the already popular MegaLast Nail Colors in formula, bottle and performance. There's more product and the brush is thicker for easier coating. Although this might be a problem for those who naturally have smaller nails and the brush overlapping easily onto the skin. As for the formula claiming to be chip-resistant up to 5-days, I can say overall my manis last a good 4 days without chipping and with the constant washing of my hands so that's a plus. I never really had problems with the megalast not lasting less than a few days so that's saying a lot for a drugstore brand. Also they are pretty opaque after a few coats which is a major plus and minimal streaking in most of the polishes.
I like the shades overall, I had already owned a few previously of the same name. When it came to drugstore polishes, I always went for WNW or Sinful because they're easy to experiment different colors without breaking the bank, their accessibility, variety and they last a good amount of time without or with very minimal chipping.
Again, the only con I can find is the brush - as I know some folks aren't a fan of it's thickness or it being wide.
The new polishes are a great addition and it's hard to narrow it down to three but if I had too:
On A Trip
I Need a Refresh-Mint
*All polishes received two-coats each.
What do you think of the products - any rants or raves?
*DISCLAIMER: Products provided were sent for review consideration to MakeupByCelly. This does not alter my personal opinion on said products.