I did not like the brush and had to do more cleanup than usual, but I love the formula and the color. It’s really pretty both in the bottle, and on the nail. It’s a lovely polish and available only at CVS as far as I know. One thing worth mentioning is that at one of my CVS’s here in town they had the Spoiled display in a funny place near non-makeup related items, so if you can’t find it, don’t ask for Wet n’ Wild, as for Spoiled nail polish and they will direct you to the display.
I picked up a couple of others from the collection, Shrimp on the Barbie and Cougar Attack. I would have gotten Pirate’s Booty, but I have a couple of gold glittery polishes already so I passed on that one. They have a lot of great colors in this collection so it’s worth a look, and at $1.99 it’s worth it I think. Hope you like the picture I took this morning of this manicure. I plan on using the Shrimp on the Barbie one soon, but I will be decanting it into an old Poshe bottle. I really want to love it, but the brush on that one is much worse, so I recommend checking the brushes on the bottles you’re planning on purchases before you leave the store so you get a good one.
Edited in a picture of stamped salon express images over Are Mermaids Real stamped with Sally Hansen Insta-Dri in Lightening Bolt, there was a double red heart I left on the ring finger nail, but that was because I didn't think it would show up much:
I am glad I picked this one up, it is very pretty in the sunlight, I don’t know if I’ll be stamping over it or just doing accent nails or what, but I like it all on its own too, just fine. Thanks for checking out my blog and happy polishing!