|[New Wet n Wild Megalast Nail Polishes] Undercover, Sugar Coat, On a Trip, Disturbia, Candy-licious|
The new brushes are wider, which may be a good or bad aspect depending on what your prefer. I generally prefer more narrow brushes. Unfortunately, the new brushes are very fluffy, making it difficult to precisely apply the polish. Also, the brushes have inconsistent quality. A couple of my brushes are symmetrical while others are asymmetric, twisted, or have irregular length brush hairs.
|New Wet n Wild Megalast nail polish brush|
Here are a few of the Megalast manicures I've worn already. All are shown over my Orly Bonder basecoat with a coat of New York Color Grand Central Station on top.
|Wet n Wild Megalast Undercover (2 coats, sunlight)|
|Wet n Wild Disturbia (2 coats, sunlight)|
|3 coats Wet n Wild Megalast Sugar Coat topped with 1 coat Essie Kisses & Bises (sunlight)|
I bought these polishes for only $1.19 each at RiteAid when they were on sale. Normally, they cost $1.99, which I think is still a good deal.
Overall, I think the Wet n Wild Megalast polishes are excellent quality nail polishes for the price as long as you don't mind the brushes.