Wet & Wild - Gray's Anatomy

Hi everyone!!!  Happy Sunday!

Today, I'm sharing one of my favorite polishes, Gray's Anatomy.  It's one of Wet & Wild's Fast Dry polishes.  I am in love with this polish!!!  You would think by the name it's just gray, but it's actually a duochrome of green and purple with gray/silver undertones. 

The formula was pretty good.  It's thin, so it requires several coats for opacity.  I used 3 and was still able to see VNL.  But I love the polish so much, I didn't even care, lol.  You guys know that's a big deal for me.  So I'm sure layering it would be a great option to avoid that problem.

On to the pics (there are a lot because I wanted you to see the awesome colors):

Indoors - Artificial Light


Artificial Light


Flash

No flash

No flash.  You can see both the purple and green in this one.

Excuse the weird angle of this and the next few pics.  I was trying to catch the different colors in the light.



Sunlight
Another sunlight pic


Artificial Light
This was 3 coats.  I used Sally Hansen Double Duty Strengthening Base & Top Coat as a base and Seche Vite fast dry top coat.

I love wearing this polish.  I can't stop looking at it and I always get a lot of compliments on it.

What do you guys think?  Have you tried this polish?
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5 comments:

  1. Duochrome polish is fun but so hard to capture all their colours! This reminds me of OPI Not Like the Movies from the Katy Perry collection.

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  2. I've always wondered what this polish looks like on the nail! It is so pretty! Great pics!

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  3. So gorgeous!!! I love a good duochrome, and you can't beat the price of wet n wild!! I can't even see the VNL you are talking about, it looks great!

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  4. I love this Marisa, it's similar to the Catrice Iron Mermaiden that I swatched this weekend funnily enough! I LOVE duochromes.xx

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  5. This is such a pretty color and it's strange I haven't been able to find it! I like your 'weird' angles showing the different colors, it really helps to get an idea of what a polish looks like in different lighting situations.

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