**please excuse the weirdness of my skin in some of the pics, I have no clue what's wrong with them. The pics look fine before I upload them into the post.**
*The products in this post were won in a giveaway. As always, all opinions are my own. For more info, you can view my disclosure policy here.*
Wow, I can't believe it's been almost a week since I've posted! I've got plenty of material I just haven't sat down and wrote anything out. I really do need to make a better effort here as I've got a few reviews that have to get done as well as lots of other lovelies to share with you. But to day lets start with some swatches of the LE Wet'n'Wilds that were released a while ago. I was so excited to win these from Of Life and Lacquer as I never could find them in my area.
Let's start with my favorite of the set Teal Slowly and See (what a goofed up name). I apologize the nail length is not consistent with the others on this one. I swatched this one the day before the others and then somehow broke a nail :( This is two coats of the most gorgeous blue ever produced by man. I had absolutely no issues with the formula on this one. I say if you get one from the collection: make it this one.
Next up we have Listening To Blue Reed, my second favorite. This again, is two coats. No issues here either. From memory this seems close to Blue Me Away from SH but I can't be sure. If you'd like a comparison just drop me a comment and I'll get right on that.
This is Who is Ultra Violet? I really liked this one two (probably cause it reminds me a lot of Zoya Malia). I again, used two coats and although I had no application issues, drying time was super slow.
The fourth one I have is The Clock Strikes Orange. It sort of reminds of the orange already in this line but just from looking at the bottles I think this is a tiny bit brighter. I used two coats but might have needed another. This one gave me no issues either.
And lastly, we have the color I loved and the formula I hated!, Stand the Test of Lime. This is three coats and really could have used a fourth. Maybe next time I'll just layer it over white. It was also the thinnest and streakiest.
I am very happy to have this collection in my stash. When you consider the price I am extremely happy and have no complaints. What do you ladies think? Do you pick these up? Also, once again, please forgive for the weird photos. Maybe that won't happen next time. As always, thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoyed :)