NOTD: Covergirl Black Diamond & Wet n Wild Make Them Boys Go Loco

Covergirl Black Diamond & Wet n Wild (Fergie Collection) Make Them Boys Go Loco

I picked up Covergirl Black Diamond polish earlier this week. If you have a Rite Aid near you its worth checking out Covergirl this week. They are having a buy one, get one 50% off sale. There are a ton of great Covergirl nail colors but this is my first time using one. The polishes were $6 each at Rite Aid. Black Diamond shade is a perfect black cream polish. I did a base coat, two coats of Black Diamond, and a top coat.

Oh and lets not forget one coat of Wet n Wilds Make Them Boys Go Loco on a few fingers. Besides loving the name I loved the brush for this cute red glitter polish from Wet n Wild. I really like the Fergie polishes. They have some great colors and I love the price point. They are under $4!

It’s a gloomy day but here are some pics. Sorry that the sun isn’t out!









Check out the Covergirl polishes and Wet n Wild on your next drugstore visit. You might find something you like!

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  1. Franseca M. says

    How do you like the quality of the Covergirl nail polishes? Been considering buying one, but I think they are a bit pricey, especially when I can get OPI & Essie polishes for almost half the price where I live.

    • says

      So far I’m very happy. It’s day three and there isn’t any chipping and there is less wear on the tips than usual for me. At $6 I will def buy more shades. Where I am OPI is $8 and Essie is the same or more so Covergirl is a savings. Especially with all the buy one, get one 50% off sales the drugstore has on Covergirl. That’s how I will stock up on more shades most likely! Getting two shades for $9 woo hoo!

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