This nailpolish by Wet n Wild doesn't have a name labeled so I have no idea what this one is called, but if I were to christen it, I'd have to go with either Pepto or Barbie Girl. This morning I had that annoying song by Aqua running through my head, remember that one? "I'm a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world...life in plastic, it's fantastic!" Ugh, yeah - the 90s boasted some particularly horrible pop music.
So I guess I can credit Aqua for my choice of nailcolor today, this Pepto Bismol Barbie pink. This is the only nailpolish I own by Wet n Wild because somehow the application is super streaky with this. It looks ok in the picture but close up I can see streaking. Not a fan of the quality of these polishes - although maybe it's just this one? Let me know if you've had better luck than me with Wet n Wild nailpolish. I also filed my nails today so they are all the same shape and length again - looks so much nicer now, don't you think?
I'm proud to say I can do a pretty darn close to perfect application by now with no smearing on the cuticles at all. That is one of my pet peeves, seeing up-close nailpolish pictures and the polish is all messy and all over the cuticles and on the sides. Seriously, I'd rather see plain nails than nails with huge messes, it ain't pretty. I've learned the best way to have a neat application is to leave a gap on all sides between the cuticle and the nailpolish - a buffer zone, so to speak. If you're not good with application, then please use a nailpolish remover pen to clean up the messes!
If you want to get better at applying polish on yourself, I highly recommend you read this helpful notepad on makeupalley, especially the section "Application Tips" and learn to master the 3-stroke method. This is exactly how I polish my nails now and I always leave a gap. It just looks neater and cleaner, rather than having the polish extend all the way to your cuticles.