, pub-5075614835530024, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 Wet n Wild 1 Step WonderGel | Nail Polish Review | Classically Contemporary

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Wet n Wild 1 Step WonderGel | Nail Polish Review

  1 step wonder gel review

Nail polish is the one product that I exclusively purchase from the drugstore. I'm a big fan of the regular Wild Shine collection from wet n wild (reviewed here) because I can count on their rich pigmentation and thin, workable consistency. The one downside? Their packaging is totally sub-par.

Since I change up my nail colour every week or two, gel manicures aren't something I invest in. I was excited to get my hands on the 1 Step WonderGel polishes from wet n wild as they claim to leave a finish that is comparable to UV cured gel. I swear by my OPI Nail Envy Matte base coat, so I still follow my 3 step routine outlined here. Nevertheless these are high quality drugstore polishes that come off easy using an acetone-free nail polish remover. And look at those beautiful, durable bottles! Complete with a flat, rounded edge brush, this collection is topping the charts.

wonder gel swatches
Developed with reactive technology similar to that used for durability and shine of dental veneers, the new wet n wild® 1-Step Wonder Gel will get her the results of a salon-quality gel manicure -- No top coat or UV light required!

2-3 thin layers of 1 Step GelWonder will leave an opaque finish that lasts for 1 week with minimal chipping. I find that the coats take longer to dry on average, but with patience and a good top coat (Out the Door or Sally Hansen Strengthening) I don't get any imprints or marks.

wet n wild review

These polishes cost $5 - $6 at major retailers like Walmart, Loblaws, Rexall and online at

wet n wild nail polish
3 FREE: NO Formaldehyde, Toluene and Phthalates

You can see my favourite nude, "Condensed Milk" in a recent Instagram linked here. To keep up with their new releases, follow wet n wild on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


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