This was my first try with a Color Club polish. I had seen many swatches of Color Club Wild At Heart and fell in love. It was a must have for my collection. I have mentioned several times how much I love my purples and this one is no different. Wild At Heart is a holoish-purple. Each time I look at it, I think of a grape jelly purple-a true purple. It has a slight holo effect. It is in the same family as China Glaze Virtual Violet from the Tronica collection. As for my opinion of the polish itself: In the pictures this is 2 coats, along with base coat and top coat. The application is smooth and caused no issues. With regards to the bottle, I am still a fan of longer brush handles, like those with China Glaze, Finger Paints, Orly and OPI. The short brushes like those found with Essie, and Color Club, I am not a fan of.
I mentioned the top coat. With this application, I used Seche Vite’ Fast Drying Top Coat. While it does actually dry my polishes extremely fast (approximately 15 minutes), I know that many have complained of shrinkage. Up to this point I had never personally experienced shrinkage but I had read on several blogs and Make Up Alley that Seche Vite’ and certain polishes did not work well together. Well I can now add Color Club Wild At Heart to that list. This was my first experience with shrinkage. Next time I will try another Fast Dry Top Coat, perhaps, Poshe’. I am spoiled now and will not ever wait for my polish to dry. But overall, I really do like Color Club Wild At Heart!!! Purple lovers, it’s a Must!!!
|Comparison-Wild at Heart (Left) vs. Virtual Violet (Right)|
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