A trio of Wet n Wild Wild Shine polishes in the new bottle!

I stumbled across the new Wet n Wild bottles (and new shades) at Dollar General a while back, and I snagged three that I thought were pretty unique! Some of them resemble some of the newer limited editions shades that have been put out by Wet n Wild lately - I've got D'oh!, Nuclear War and Putting on Airs. I've taken photos in sunlight, outdoors in the shade, indoors with natural light and indoors with a flash. Except Putting on Airs - I apparently forgot the flash photo!

The first I have to show you, D'oh! is a creamy bright yellow. I'm assuming this is a nod to Homer Simpson? I don't watch The Simpsons, but isn't that Homer's catch phrase? I had a little streaky issue with this polish, but honestly, every yellow I've tried has something like that. It melted all together on the second coat.

Nuclear War is a gorgeous hot orange crelly. It goes on more like a creme, but shines like a jelly. Two coats and it's good to go. I had no issues with the formula or application.

Putting on Airs is a nice blue, but the formula was a little on the thick side. It's not too terribly bad, and it doesn't distract from the polish at all, but it was a little thicker than normal. Thinner coats was the key, and it was great in two of them.

Have you found the new Wet n Wild bottles yet? The only place I've found them was at Dollar General, and I seem to recall them starting out at Dollar General before expanding. I'm iffy on them. I didn't think there was anything wrong with the old bottles! I wonder if they are redoing ALL the bottles or just Wild Shine?

**DISCLAIMER** I was not paid for this review by anyone. I either purchased these products myself or was given it as a gift.