Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Wet n Wild - Cost is No Issue: Swatch and Review

We all know I love glitter, so I was pretty thrilled with a lot of the Wet n Wild Ice Baby Collection. Here is yet another beauty from that set. (The first two I reviewed were Diamond in the Rough and Back Alley Deals)

Wet n Wild - Cost is No Issue

Cost is No Issue is a clear base chock full of teal micro glitter and small sky blue hex glitter. This is my FAVORITE glitter combination (mix of micro and small glitters in complementary colors that are opaque in a couple coats), and this one is quite pretty. Nails Inc Fitzroy Square is a dupe.

This is not a dupe for Deborah Lippmann's Mermaid Dream, but honestly I love this one so much more. Mermaid Dream always looks so... chunky. I've heard that it's actually smooth, but I don't care for how it LOOKS so bumpy and textured. So to me, this is Mermaid Dream's way more awesome sister - a wonderful, even more sparkly alternative! WIN.

I think it'd be very unlikely to find this one in stores anymore as it was released sometime last year, but Nails Inc Fitzroy Square may still be available (though a bit more expensive).


  1. This is a gorgeous blue glitter. :)

  2. I LOVE this glitter! I've worn it a couple times.

    Urban Outfitters has a dupe of the DL called Sea Dust, its quite awesome.

  3. Such a gorgeous glitter, I love the blue!

  4. Ohhh this is such a freaking pretty polish!

  5. The new Wet n Wild Fergie collection has some dupes of the Color Icon glitters, yay! (I missed them 1st time).

  6. Hi! I'm new to your blog and was looking through some of your pictures and read that you peel off your glitter polish. I used to do that too but I found this tip that actually works great! You put on a thin layer of Elmer's glue as a base coat and when your ready to change your nails your able to peel off all the nail polish much easier! Love your blog and hope this helped!


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