Wet 'N Wild - Polish Stained My Toes
I was looking for a new nail polish a few weeks ago and decided to buy a few bottles of Wet 'N Wild nail polish. Each bottle was only 99 cents and I thought that was a great deal since other brands cost a lot more.
A few nights ago, I applied the nail polish to my toe nails. When the polish dried, it looked horrible. My brother asked me if my toes were bleeding. The polish had spread to the skin area around the toes, even though I was careful to avoid that when applying the polish. The polish also looked very dull. The front of the bottle says "Wild Shine." There was no shine whatsoever.
I tried to removed the polish from my toes. I had only put on one coat and I had to use a lot of force and cotton balls to get the polish off. Then there was the task of removing the polish from around the toenail. I used about 20 Q-Tips, and there was still polish that would not come off. I have never had so much trouble removing nail polish before. It's been a few days and there's still hints of polish that I cannot get to come off.
I guess in this case, you get what you pay for. From now on, I will shell out a few more bucks for more expensive polish.