Thursday, August 1, 2013

Wet Paint Nail Glaze System Review/Swatches

Hey ya'll! Today I have a pretty exciting system I want to show you! It's the Wet Paint Nail Glaze System. The system consists of your Base Color, and then a Glaze you put over your base which will change the color of it, and then you can use the SPFX (Special Effects) over it, and get a beautiful new look!
Here is how it was described to me

Wet Paint is relatively new and what makes us different is that we have a line of GLAZES which are color top coats. They intensify and change your color. The system was originated off the color wheel: you layer yellow glaze over blue base and you get green. If you go to our Try It On page: Here you can play with layering.

Bottle Shots!
Base Colors; Crimson & Clover, Anxious, Shock & Aqua, and Numb

Base Colors;Fetish, Immortal, Edgy, and Call The Chauffeur
Top Coat Glaze Colors; Wild, Willful, and Lust
 SPFX Colors; Fructoes and Carmel Breeze

Sooo, are you ready for some kickass swatches?! I'll start off with the Base colors I didn't put any Glaze or SPFX over. All base color swatches have 2 coats of polish, and then 1 coat of Glaze, then 1 coat of SPFX!


 Crimson & Clover

Now the next set of pictures are using the Base color, Glaze, and SPFX. Just look at the transformation!
Call The Chauffeur 
 Call The Chauffeur with Wild over it
  Call The Chauffeur with Wild over it and then Carmel Breeze on top.

 Shock & Aqua
 Shock & Aqua with Wild glaze over it,
  Shock & Aqua with Wild glaze over it and Carmel Breeze on top.

 Edgy with Lust glaze over it
  Edgy with Lust glaze over it and with Fructoes on top.

 Numb with Willful over it
  Numb with Willful over it and Carmel Breeze on top.

 Ahh I don't know where to start..I LOVE these! I love the transformation they do when using the Glazes and SPFX. You can also use the Glazes over other polish brands to make your own unique color! These also dried pretty dang fast! What do YOU think of these?! Let me know in the comments! You can check our their website here, and their Facebook page here.

 P.S. I hope you like these, I think I'll be showing you some more in the near future. Stay tuned!!!

Samples were sent for a honest review. All opinions are my own. For more information please see my disclosure policy!