Wet n Wild Fergie Nail Polish Swatches and ReviewPosted by Lisa Heath on December 13, 2012 | 3 Comments
Wet n Wild Fergie Nail Polish Swatches and Review
Today I have 7 lovely nail polishes from the Wet N Wild Fergie line!
Rock all sides of The Dutchess from flossy to fierce in Fergified shades! 24 stunning shades specially developed in partnership with global superstar and pop culture icon Fergie. This exclusive collection is a reflection of the singer’s versatility, with looks ranging from rock-star glam to phunky hip to viciously edgy. Each on-trend shade embodies Fergie’s experimental style, specially formulated with glitters, confetti, chromes, metallics, and exclusive neon pigments that offer endless nail design creations.
I’m going to start off with my favorite from the collection! I loved it so much, I already bought a backup!
Mermaid Curves is a turquoise jelly base with gold and aqua glitters mixed in. I used 4 coats to achieve the opacity in the photo. I loved this color! I don’t have another like it. Mermaid Curves can also be used over your favorite polish as a stunning top coat! I used it alone for this photo.
Kaleidoscope Eyes is a simple silver, turquoise, gold and blue hex glitter mixture within a clear base. Glitter evenly distributed over the nail in just 1 coat. I didn’t need to dab it on either. I used 1 coat Kaleidoscope Eyes over Mint Polish in Original Mint.
Velvet Lounge is a stunning red! There is a slight metallic sheen to it, but it isn’t really a metallic finish. There is also a sprinkling of red glitters within the polish that was difficult to capture, but it is there! I used 2 coats of Velvet Lounge for this photo!
Glamorous is a simple but elegant gold glitter top coat. Glamorous consists of gold hex glitters as well as small gold specks all in a clear base. I used 1 coat of Glamorous over Velvet Lounge for this photo.
To start – no, I did not spell ‘Dutchess’ wrong. Fergie’s debut album was named ‘The Dutchess’ so this polish was named after that album, spelling and all. Dutchess consists of small blue glitters and slightly larger violet round glitters in a clear base. These are densely packed glitters and I used 3 coats for this photo. I had to wait about 8-10 minutes between each coat to apply the next, otherwise the layer under would start to pull or dent with new brush strokes. I love this polish, but it requires some work when applying if you wish to layer it on its own.
Fergalicious is one of the gorgeous neon’s in the Fergie line. If you have ever tried to truly capture a neon – you know it’s difficult. In person, this is more pink than red as the photo shows. I used 3 coats and each coat dried to a matte finish (which is common for true neon polishes). I topped it off with a glossy top coat.
Hollywood Walk of Fame:
Hollywood Walk of Fame is a starry glitter top coat! Hollywood Walk of Fame is a mixture of red, pink, silver, gold aqua and purple star glitters with small holographic bar glitters and round glitters in a clear base. I didn’t have any issues getting stars out. I didn’t get a TON of stars, but I got at least 1 with every dip of the brush. Pictured is just 1 coat of Hollywood Walk of Fame over Fergalicious.
Overall I really liked all 7 polishes. You need to be a little patient with dry times on Mermaid Curves and Dutchess, but other than that I had no issues with any of them. All of the Fergie Wet n Wild polishes come with a wide brush, so be prepared for that. I find them easier to apply with, but I do know some that find it more difficult.
The Wet n Wild Fergie Collection is a Walgreen’s exclusive! So head over to your local Walgreen’s to snag some of these beauties. I know that my Walgreen’s has their Fergie Collection on an end cap, but some people are spotting them as part of a permanent display within the store.
Retail Price: $3.49 a piece
Where to buy?: Walgreens
Have you picked up any of the Wet n Wild Fergie nail polishes? Which ones?
***Products in this post were provided from review. All opinions are my own***