Mani Monday: I Need A Refresh-Mint
Hey cats and cougars! Have we any cougars? Huh, probably not. But let’s not worry about readership demographics. Let’s get on with the polish.
I picked up the Megalast Salon Nail Color by Wet n Wild in “I Need A Refresh-Mint” on a whim a couple of weeks back, and finally got around to trying it out. Results? Kind of nice.
This is just one coat of colour, with a coat of Wet n Wild Wild Shine “Hallucinate” on the accent nail. I could’ve used two coats, because application was a bit patchy in spots due to the brush, but the opacity of this one is nothing short of amazing. Well worth the $1.99!
While we’re on the subject of the brush, this is a revamped design of an old line, so the bottle and brush are a bit different. This one is rather interesting. It is a flat and wide ordeal with a slightly curved tip, which should deliver a near-perfect application without much effort. I found this to be mostly true. Pinkies only took one swipe, and the other nails only took two for edge-to-edge coverage.
My only complaint about the brush is one that I have about Wet n Wild polishes in general: the cut. The bristles on this bugger are very choppy, so it can cause some patchiness. If you’re keen to trim your brushes, or put on multiple coats, it’s not a dealbreaker. But I do wish they’d get some better QC on their brushes.
Have you tried any of the new line Megalast polishes? What do you think about this brush?