You wanna see what else I found there?
Here is Revlon Ocean Breeze:
A nice teal color, but a tad too frosty. It was the most difficult to work with, hard to hide the brushstrokes. That sort of thing. I compared it with a few others that were close. Left is Wet N Wild Wild Shine Caribbean Frost, it is a near dupe so it doesn't make sense to have both unless you just love the color and the novelty scent. I included Orly's Halley's Comet because I feel like its a glitter cousin to Ocean Breeze.
Revlon Bubble Gum:
Sula Paint & Peel Horizon:
The bottle says to "avoid contact with hot water for four hours." So I immediately went to the sink and turned the hot water on to see what would happen. It rolls up and rubs off with a bit of pressure.
If you wanted it to last a long time, it states to add Sula's Lasting Love Topcoat (but I suppose any brand would do). The bottle also says that "no polish remover" is needed, but polish remover does work very easily to remove it.
Lastly, I picked up a trio pack of Maybelline Colorama's for the flakie beauty in the middle.
Would you like to guess how much all of these cost me? 8 bottles of polish.
That evens out to about $1.50 per bottle! That's insane, I'm definitely going to check them out again in the future.Pin It