i am going to point out.. that the external wheel condition, is probably less important than whats going on - on the things you cant see.. and that excludes all the finishing and remaking of the wheel external parts.. and focuses on what keeps the tyre inflated and what might change that, regardless of how many hours and finishes one applies to the bits one can see to make the wheel really not what it might be... it just looks good..
the inside of the ally wheel rim, and how the tyre seals to that.. the valve and its condition , is far more important than the shiny shiny paint that gets stone chips..
not least because structural defects in the wheel, caused by shock loading, like potholes for example. deform and degrade the structure of the alloy.. in the parts one cant see..
a deflation failure might kill you, and others ... and will be caused by a fault in the ally, or the valve or the tyre.. nothing at all to do with how shiny the wheel looks..
**** looking wheels could well be safer to use than shiny shiny ones... its down to the application of knowledge... so learn some. i think.