wet n wild craze nail color Glitz

Ah yes, yet another glitter. I can’t seem to stay away!

Wet n wild’s craze line is their “trendy” line of polishes. The company describes them as “high-performance, collectible nail colors [that] are specially selected from the season’s latest trends.” For less than $2 a (.34 oz) bottle, I figured I’d give it a try.

Glitz is purple, silver and blue glitter suspended in a clear base. It kind of reminds me of Sephora by OPI Too Good for Him. Glitz is by no means a dupe, but it’s essentially the same idea at less than a quarter of the price.

This polish is quite pretty on the nail, but applicaltion was slightly difficult. It has a tendency to become very thick. It’s best to wait a little longer than normal to apply the second and third coats. I’m also not a huge fan of the bottle. It’s exactly the same as the Victoria’s Secret Beauty Rush Nail Paint. The problem is the wide top. It makes it somewhat difficult to control the brush.

Overall for less than $2 these craze polishes are a great deal. They come in more than just pinks and reds and they’re a great price.

4 thoughts on “wet n wild craze nail color Glitz

  1. […] Katie’s OPI Cabernet for the Lady post inspired me to do a “classy and professional” manicure.” Pure Ice Iced Merlot has admittedly been in my box of untrieds for awhile. I picked it up on one of my rare trips to Wal-Mart (which, as far as I know, is the only place to purchase the Pure Ice line) along with Maybelline Grape Times and wet n wild Glitz. […]

  2. […] glitters I used are as follows: Wet n Wild Glitz, Sephora by OPI Too Good for Him, OPI Absolutely Alice, Ulta After Party and Forever 21 Love & […]

  3. […] this time around I applied a thick coat of base coat and 2 coats of Fairy Teal. I topped it with wet n wild craze in Glitz and a coat of Seche Vite. I really like the way this turned […]

  4. […] when I got this home after spotting it at Ulta I realized it looked rather familiar. I  pulled out wet n wild craze nail color in Glitz and quickly compared the 2 polishes in the bottle. They appeared to be very similar. I […]

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