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Wet N Wild Megalast-Salon Nail Color
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thought I'd share that I only bought Wet n Wild nail polish because it was gluten free, but I am so glad I did!  The Megalast line is great, and when I use the clear nail protector as a base and top coat, along with color, the only reason I have to repaint my nails is because they've grown, not because they've chipped!  this stuff is so much better than the more expensive brands I've used!!

 

the line is cheap, has a nice selection of colors, and I bought mine at CVS, which was super convenient.  

 

here's the link to where they state what products are gluten free:

http://wnwbeauty.com/faq.php#10

 

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thought I'd share that I only bought Wet n Wild nail polish because it was gluten free, but I am so glad I did!  The Megalast line is great, and when I use the clear nail protector as a base and top coat, along with color, the only reason I have to repaint my nails is because they've grown, not because they've chipped!  this stuff is so much better than the more expensive brands I've used!!

 

the line is cheap, has a nice selection of colors, and I bought mine at CVS, which was super convenient.  

 

here's the link to where they state what products are gluten free:

http://wnwbeauty.com/faq.php#10

Thanks!  

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thought I'd share that I only bought Wet n Wild nail polish because it was gluten free, but I am so glad I did!  The Megalast line is great, and when I use the clear nail protector as a base and top coat, along with color, the only reason I have to repaint my nails is because they've grown, not because they've chipped!  this stuff is so much better than the more expensive brands I've used!!

 

the line is cheap, has a nice selection of colors, and I bought mine at CVS, which was super convenient.  

 

here's the link to where they state what products are gluten free:

http://wnwbeauty.com/faq.php#10

thank you for the post. I agree that it is a good product, I was looking it up because since I have been diagnosed with Celiac's I am looking for beauty products that are gluten free. I would like to add that in my research I found Wet N Wild lipsticks, lip liners, and eye shadows are also are gluten free. :)

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