[sponsored] wet n wild Germany no.1

Hey everyone,

I was lucky enough and am really thankful for the 2nd nail mail during this month. This time from Wet n Wild Germany.

If you follow my blog you know that I recently bought a lot of wet n wild polishes and I really love them. They are affordable and most importantly the quality is super good. And the colors are just stunning!

Now on to my little un-boxing :)



The mail came in a small package like this…..


was wrapped beautifully in yellow paper…..


and revealed a letter, information paper and four wet n wild polishes in total. 1 is the wet n wild wild shine in white, 1 wet n wild fast dry and 2 wet n wild megalast polishes.





From left to right we see E449C, E2143, E2181 and E237C.

wet n wild – wild shine – E449C french white crème 

The Team from wet n wild must have read my post about me still searching for the perfect white polish, which is why they sent me this polish, I assume. Thanks a lot, I am excited to try it out and see if it is satisfying my needs :P

The sell the wild shine polishes in 18 different colors, each is 1,49 euro.




wet n wild – mega last – E2143 I red a good book

Oh this looks so pretty! A very nice red tone, not too bright, not too dark. And one thing be mentioned, the mega last polishes have a wide ManiCurve Pro Brush, which I am also excited to try out since I love wide brushes. They make the application so easy.

They offer 18 colors, whic I got two of. Each is 2,99 euro.


wet n wild – mega last – E2181 I need a refresh mint

This is a polish I was hoping to get, because I saw many reviews on them in other blogs and this color is so pretty.



wet n wild – fast dry – E237C Gray’s Anatonmy

Last but not least, another polish I saw in many reviews and I really wanted to try for myself. It just looks stunning in its bottle. The shimmer of blue, turquoise, purple and a little gold-grey makes it so pretty.

The fast dry polishes are also sold in 18 different colors, each is 2,99 euro.


Let’s check out the swatches.

I applied the polishes on a nail wheel in order as shown.



The white polish is really creamy and therefor kind of thick which made it a bit difficult to apply evenly on the nail wheel. But I will still try it out on my natural nails, because sometimes polishes who are difficult to apply on fake nails or nail wheels work pretty well on natural nails. The coverage is good, but a little streaky on the wheel.

The mint mega last polish was a huge surprise! It went on so smoothly and even and it super opaque! I think even one coat would have been enough, even though I applied a 2nd one.


The red polish is very pretty, but a bit sheer. So you would need either a base color or apply several coats. It is very shiny and glossy though which I really love.

And again, last but not least, the fast dry shimmer polish.
Such a great color! I applied it once with a white base color and once without it. With the white 2 coats were enough to get a nice finish. On its own I applied 3 coats. I am excited to try it on my natural nails and see how it looks in the sunshine with natural light.





I tried to photograph them from different angles, hoping the fast dry polish will show off the different shimmer colors.
It may appear a bit grey, but it really is pretty and does show the different colors.











Here is a single shot of the fast dry polish.


For my first impression, especially on the mega last polishes, I can say I am super impressed. I would even say they are a good dupe (quality wise) to the Sally Hansen Salon Manicure. Maybe even better. And they are a lot cheaper.

How do you like these? Any wet n wild recommendations?