I picked this beauty up from Dollar General’s huge new display of Wet n’ Wild Megalasts. It was the only one I got, and so far it’s been five days, no gloves for dishes, and no chipping, only tip wear. I really love the color and have gotten a lot of compliments on it. I am delighted it’s wearing so well, and I plan on changing it up tomorrow or Friday for sure.
I used one coat of Beauty Secrets Moisturizing Base Coat, one coat of Salon Sciences Instant Artificials, and then two layers of Bubblegum Pop, followed by one coat of Sally Hansen’s Insta-Dri Anti-Chip Top Coat. I really like the results too. You can see from my bottle shot below that I have been using it exclusively. I like that it dries quickly, and that it shines so much. Thought sharing a bottle shot would show for sure which one I mean when I refer to the Insta-Dri in the red bottle.
I have some awesome manicures coming up and as I plan on buying the second set of Bundle Monster Plates they will be releasing this year, I am sure much more stamping nail art is on the way as well. They have a holiday set coming out, but so far, that isn’t really exciting me enough to want to get them. Also worth mentioning is the Brazilian company Drikk (DRK) are changing how they put their plates out, they are doing one line ‘ruler’ styled plates, which sadly have zero appeal for me, because I find them to be more expensive and offer fewer designs than they used to for an economical price. Two of these new DRK D ‘rulers’ are available now at Ninja Polish. Thank you for coming by my blog and I wish you happy polishing.