Wet ‘n’ Wild Limited Edition Silver Lake Nail Polish Swatches



I have some swatches to share of four of the Wet ‘n’ Wild Limited Edition Silver Lake Collection nail polishes. There were 6 colors on the display, and the two that I did not purchase were pale nude colors. I fell for the bright pastels because these are my favorite kinds of colors. The four shades I picked up are:

Tree Hugger- Pale mint green
Warm Filter- Bright, warm coralWear Skinny Jeans- Periwinkle blue
Reject the Mainstream- Bright lavender


Wear Skinny Jeans, Warm Filter, Tree Hugger, Reject the Mainstream

On the color wheel, all polishes swatched nicely. Tree Hugger was the thinnest, while Warm Filter was the most opaque. All went on smooth and had nice brushes. I think my favorite color, predictably, is Warm Filter.

These retail for $2 depending on where you get them, and I think that’s a great price, because these polishes usually have a fantastic formula.


3 thoughts on “Wet ‘n’ Wild Limited Edition Silver Lake Nail Polish Swatches

  1. So I found you by googling Loreals Tea & Crumpets! What a fun blog.
    I get my nails down by a professional but since reading your blog I’ve been changing up my polish frequently (on my own)I followed your lead and bought 4 fun spring colors recently (each less than $2! 3 Sinful Colors and one Rimmel. SO much more affordable than the typical $9 I pay!) still looking for nudes similar to the above mentioned but having fun with the other colors. Thank you for sharing!

    • Hi Cherita- Thank you for visiting! 🙂 🙂 I love spring colors…Sinful Colors is great and they always are expanding! 🙂

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