The LE What Happened Last Night? collection has hit certain stores already (click here for pics of the display), although the official release date is November 2011. This New Year's Eve-themed collection contains reissues (existing core collection shades with different names) but I thought it might be helpful to swatch all of the colors in this collection anyway, for reference. As with all Wet n Wild Wild Shine polishes, these retail for $0.99 each:
From Wet n Wild:
I thought it might be helpful to make of list of all the colors in this collection along with their corresponding names from the core collection:
5,4,3,2,1 = Caribbean Frost
I Can't Stand Up Straight = Metallica
Whose Lips Are These? = Kaleidoscope
Tipsy On Bubbly = Hallucinate
Pop The Cork = Sparked
I'm Seeing Double = Burgundy Frost
The Countdown Begins = Frosted Fuchsia
Ring In The New Year = Eggplant Frost
All of the following swatches were done using two coats of polish and no top coat. I thought it would be fun to hold the Fantasy Makers Glitter Gel in these photos, just to make it even more festive!
Left to Right: Pop The Cork (Sparked), I'm Seeing Double (Burgundy Frost), The Countdown Begins (Frosted Fuchsia), Ring In The New Year (Eggplant Frost)
Left to Right: 5,4,3,2,1 (Caribbean Frost), I Can't Stand Up Straight (Metallica), Whose Lips Are These? (Kaleidoscope), Tipsy On Bubbly (Hallucinate)
And here's a close-up of Whose Lips Are These? (Kaleidoscope) and Tipsy On Bubbly (Hallucinate), just so you can better see the difference between the two:
Have you spotted the What Happened Last Night? collection in your area yet? I won't be creating an interactive map for this holiday collection, only because these are reissues and can be found in the regular wall display (if you can't find this collection).
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