Above - Wet n Wild Sunny Side Up, two coats applied over 2 coats of a stark white polish. I am actually wearing a Top Coat, but needed to buff out a tonne of dust that magically landed on my nails. I made the mistake of painting my nails on a widow-sill with the window open, I never imagined that I would collect as much bits of.... of ..... whatever those are on my wet polish. After 2 days of blinding orangeness - I disguised the flaws with some diagonal nail art.
This polish Sunny Side Up; is not as bright without a base of a stark white polish like I have used here. It was a huge pain in the bunz to wait for all these coats of polish to dry, but I ended up wearing Sunny Side Up for 2 whole days without any other embellishment even with the bits of dust sealed into my nails!
When I was ready to add something to this bright polish I did things a little different this time. when I applied the Nailene French Tip Pen in Black to my nails, I waited until it was dry, then with the nail tip guides still affixed to my nails, I applied the Nailene Top Coat. This helped keep a crisp strait line ( exception ~ my INDEX! ugh ) and as always, prevented my top coat from picking up any of the black color and getting it onto the orange polish.
I couldn't find a pic of the new packaging and I tossed mine already...... this photo is form the walmart site.
Below -from the nailene Bedazzle Superstar Nail art Stickers
I fudged up my INDEX finger royally, but it's Saturday and I am a lazy girl so I stuck on one of the
beautiful butterfly's that came in the Nailene Bedazzle Superstar nail art stickers. I was hording them since I bought that package, but at walmart today I found some MORE very pretty butterfly nail stickers from Fing'rs .... so I wont be stingy with them.
I just found these at walmart today - they are sooooo cute! Why haven't I seen these before?
Anyhoo - here are a few photos of Wet n' Wild 'Sunny Side Up' and some simple easy nail art I did. I think this orange color on it's own is fabulous, but I wanted to see how bright I could get it with the base of white polish. It's pretty bright IRL, and although I love it as it is, I think this needs 3 coats to even it out, I used 2, blah, blah, blah......