Hey guys and welcome back.
So when Wet 'n' Wild launched here in Ireland recently, I knew I was going to have to check out the lipsticks. I am obsessed with lipsticks. I love them. I want them all.
I knew from watching American beauty vloggers on youtube that the Wet 'n' Wild lipsticks were pretty damn good, so I was very much looking forward to giving them a go myself.
Thees are the three shades that I have so far and I'm getting quite a bit of use out of them too.
Some of the shades on the stand looked a little frosty though and i don't go for frosty lipsticks at all.
But the three shades I did pick up I love.
I picked this up recently and it's fast becoming my favourite shade. It's a beautiful shade of pink that really pops.
A muted purple shade. For everyday wear i just blot it on the lips but its very nice built up as well.
This is one of my favourite red lipsticks that I own.
Its a tomato red which I would usually stay away from as i prefer the blue toned reds, but this is gorgeous.
L-R Smokin' Hot Pink, Mauve Outta Here, Red Velvet
Well, it has it's pro's and cons really. It has the lovely 'click' sound when you close it, but no matter how careful i am I always seem to nick the lipstick with the lid. Its nothing major but the lipstick doesn't retract fully into the tube like the majority of them and I end up with a lipstick that's missing a few chunks.
Anyone else have this problem?
The pigmentation on these is very good. they are true to colour from the bullet.
They do go on quite dry however so i prep my lips before hand with olive oil and sugar or an old toothbrush.
They have a satin finish but i would usually get around three to four hours before I'd have to reapply.
The shape of these lipsticks don't give me a very precise application. They are very rounded with no real point so outlining the cupids bow takes a bit of patience, for me anyway. I usually just use a lip brush to outline my shape and just top up from the bullet.
I do, however, really like these lipsticks and will no doubt be picking up a few more.
Have you tried these? What did you think.