Can I get a "Yee Haw!"?
I am officially on March Break (or Spring Break or Reading Week or I Really Needed a Week Off So I Don't Kill Your Kids Week or whatever you call it in your neck of the woods). And Chef Boyardee, do I need a vacation. Last week was insane - between Progress Reports and Parent-Teacher Interview Night, I am practically rocking in a corner, mumbling to myself. So, I don't have a whole lot of polish spam for you. But, hey, it nevers hurts to leave 'em wanting more...
On to the pretties:
Rimmel Play Fast - Mouthy
- purchased at Rexall (chain drug store) for $3.26 CDN
Mouthy applied nicely due to the lovely polish consistency and the pleasingly wide brush (I adore the Rimmel brushes - they make application a breeze). It did, however, take three coats to be completely opaque. I prefer a polish that eliminates all visible nail line in one or two coats, but the third coat on this one wasn't a bear to apply, so I'll let it slide. Mouthy wore well, with just tip wear after two days.
Color Club - Worth the Risque
- purchased from Head2Toe Beauty for $2.50 US
Normally, I have issues with holos being streaky or weird on the first and often second coats, but I had none of those issues with this Color Club beauty. Both coats of Worth the Risque applied wonderfully and covered flawlessly. It also dried quickly. But the real prize is in the wear- after four days I have barely perceptible tip wear (which is almost unheard of for me - I use my hands a lot and I do not baby my nails) and not a chip in sight. I imagine I could get a full week of wear with this polish and still have a fresh looking manicure (not that I think my polish ADD would allow me to wear the same colour for seven days - must have change). I will certainly be purchasing more Color Club polishes if this polish is any indication of the company's quality.