I love anything drugstore makeup but good enough to try. My Wet N Wild makeup is slowly dominating it’s room in my make up collection. I love their highlighters so why not try out their lippies. Wet n Wild cosmetics are available on almost all drugstore or supermarkets. Each lipstick is in a plastic tube. The caps are so thin that it easily breaks. The color pay off is subtle.
The product claims to last 4 hours and leaves a semi-matte cream finish in one stroke. Glides on easily with rich, velvety color that doesn’t cake, feather, or bleed. Made with hydrating skin-care ingredients: Hyaluronic Microspheres provide extraordinary adhesion to lips, an exclusive polymer complex offers cushion-like feel and texture, and natural marine plant extracts coenzyme Q10 and vitamins A & E help smooth lips. Megalast Lip Color in Bare it all
Silk Finish Lipstick
Rich color, vitamins A & E, aloe vera, and really feels like putting silk on your lips. If you’re already thinking “That is a crazy bargain,” we’ve now added macadamia nut oil that contains antioxidants to hydrate your lips for a smooth, supple pout. Are we just crazy? Have we gone too far? Or do you deserve it? We definitely think so! One try, and we guarantee you will declare this your best lipstick brand of life .Silk Finish Lipstick in Blind date
Bare it all had a nude peach shade. It came off a bit matte but creamy. Similar to Blind date, the colorpay off is subtle. But both lippies are buildable in color. Blind date on the other hand had creamy gloss texture to it similar to a lip balm.
- Color pigment is great
- Lightweight on lips
- Not long wearing
- Chemically smell
- Tugs lip when applied (bare it all)
- Flimsy packaging
Over all I love these lippies! I will give them a 3/5. My lips tend to get super chapped these days so I might lay off a bit the matte lippies and use these ones instead! I think this would fit any frugal make up enthusiast. What wet n wild lipsticks have you guys tried?
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