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I ended up at CVS late this morning to get some prescriptions filled for my boyfriend after spending nearly 3 hours in the hospital last night. Since I had to wait 15 minutes for the prescriptions to be filled, it meant meandering around the store looking at things. Looking at things typically sums up to buying things. Nothing was really catching my eye since Ive been to CVS a lot lately, but I did spot the Wet n Wild Spoiled nail polish rack, which I was surprised about. My local CVS no longer sell Wet n Wild cosmetics, so I was excited to see it. I glanced through some of the polishes and almost snagged a few of them, but Im one of those people who inspect nail polishes closely, opening them, looking at the product on the brush. A lot of them were rather sheer, which would mean a number of coats to make them opaque, so back onto the shelf they went. But I did end up spotting two glitter polishes that I just HAD to have. One of the polishes was actually sitting on the shelf near the display, all by itself. I saw this pretty red thing glisten out of the corner of my eye, looked and went ohhh and grabbed it. I had two more glitter polishes in my hand, but I thought one of them was slightly similar to something I already own, so I put it back. But I ended up with two polishes in my hands that were definitely going home with me. The Spoiled polishes are $1.99 each, which isnt a bad price at all! Plus, I received a 20% off your entire order coupon from the red box, so I used that for my order since the coupon expired on Valentines day. The two polishes ended up costing me $3.19!
What I picked up:
Ants in my Pants. <em>A GORGEOUS black based, chunky red glitter polish. Ive heard this is a <strong>possible dupe for Deborah Lippmanns Red Ruby Slippers</em></strong>
Trust Fund Baby <em>A clear based, medium sized bright pink, blue, gold and black glitters.</em>
<strong>Have you purchased any of the new Wet n Wild Spoiled line polishes?</strong>
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