1. Revlon ColorStay Gel Envy Nail Enamel in Wild Card $4.79 (sale price)
2. Essie Nail Polish in Bottle Service $8.50
4. Essie Nail Polish in Garden Variety $8.50
10. Essie Nail Polish in In The Cab-ana $8.50
11. Essie Nail Polish in Mint Candy Apple $8.50
These colors are all so vibrant & perfect for Spring! I personally own Essie’s Splash of Grenadine, In The Cab-ana and my all time favorite, Mint Candy Apple. They are three beautiful colors that I get compliments on all the time. Splash of Grenadine is a magenta shade, more purple than pink. In the Cab-ana is a pure turquoise, so bright! Mint Candy Apple is a light green, mint shade that has just a hint of tiffany blue. It’s gorgeous.
The cheapest nail polish on this list is the Wet n Wild MegaLast Nail Color, and let me tell you, it’s awesome! I have a few of these nail polishes and they are great quality for the price. My favorite thing about these is the wide brush, it makes applying the nail color so easy.
I have a few Revlon ColorStay’s as well, you have to buy the top coat for these to get the full gel-manicure effect, but it’s worth it. These nail polishes stay on for SO long!
Britta and I absolutely LOVE all Milani Cosmetics products, and these nail polishes are no exception. We recently tried the pretty light pink shade, Doll Face, and it’s perfect. The formula goes on even and lasts forever. Oh and they’re only $3.99!
Essie and OPI are the most expensive brands on this list, but you can’t beat both of their formulas and color options. They’re worth every penny. I haven’t tried either of these OPI shades but I just love the colors and the creative names!
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