The Budget Babe | Affordable Fashion & Style Blog

Wet n Wild's Fast Dry Nail Colors for Spring 2011


Here's some nail polish porn for you: Wet n Wild's Fast Dry Nail Colors for Spring 2011. These bold and brand-new colors come in 18 shades and dry in less than 60 seconds. The TV show-inspired names are a bit cheesy but the colors are definitely eye-catching, like the iridescent Grays Anatomy, hot pink How I Met Your Magenta, bright gold The Wonder Yellows and sparkly Party of Five Glitters. Each polish is just $1.99 at your local drugstore. Talk about the chicest, cheapest, quickest manicure for spring; who's on board?


Teal of Fortune


Hannah Pinktana


9021Orange


The Wonder Yellows


The Gold and the Beautiful


Silvivor


Saved by the Blue


SaGreena the Teenage Witch


Sage in the City


Party of Five Glitters


How I Met Your Magenta


Grays Anatomy


Fuchsia Rama


Teal or No Teal


Everybody Loves Redmond


Ebony Hates Chris


Buffy the Violet Slayer


Blue Wants To Be A Millionaire



Photos courtesy of Wet N Wild
Comments
Those look awesome!
#1 Megan (Homepage) on 2011-02-03 20:14 (Reply)
I'll have to find these. I love my Sally Hansen fast-drying polishes, but I need more color options.
#2 K (Homepage) on 2011-02-03 22:39 (Reply)
Oooooh, I need them all!!!!!!!!!!!
#3 Monica on 2011-02-04 09:15 (Reply)
The gold and the glitter ones are both on my must purchase list. Anyone seen these in stores yet?
#4 Sara (Homepage) on 2011-02-04 12:26 (Reply)
I must try these. I still remember back in my high school days when Wet'n'Wild was still a discount brand, and everything was made with the worst, pore-clogging wax possible. I've been happy at improvements in recent years, enough so that if the nail polish works, I'm all over it!
#5 Diana (Homepage) on 2011-02-06 03:04 (Reply)
Nice pics!! I love the Grays Anatomy colors! cool! Target didn't have it!! I'm going to try Walagreens and CVS, i'm not going to be too happy if can't find this color.. whaa!! lol
#6 donna on 2011-02-23 08:44 (Reply)
Purchased and used this last night. Okay for $2 I didn't expect for it to last very long but I did expect to be able to at least get through the day, but I didn't. As a matter of fact I didn't even get through the night. First of all I had to do three thin coats to even it out and in the morning after my shower I had to fix the chips (already) and even after that I still had chips by lunch time. I don't do anything rough with my hands, I work on a computer all day and I didn't even do dishes which is what usually runs my nails. Not even worth the $2!!! Sally Hanson is much better and not too much more.
#7 Dee Green on 2011-11-10 00:16 (Reply)
Leave a comment
E-Mail addresses will not be displayed and will only be used for E-Mail notifications.
Enclosing asterisks marks text as bold (*word*), underscore are made via _word_.
Standard emoticons like :-) and ;-) are converted to images.
E-Mail addresses will not be displayed and will only be used for E-Mail notifications.