All brands tend to have hits and misses and fortunately enough I found 3 affordable products from Wet ‘n Wild you need to try and that your wallet will be grateful for. As much as I love treating myself to high-end makeup, there isn’t anything like finding a good drugstore product or an affordable brand that has amazing quality.
I think the Wet ‘n Wild Comfort Zone palette is a must-have product for absolutely everyone and their moms. You really can’t go wrong here. You get 8 pans of beautiful, creamy and pigmented eyeshadows that have it laid out perfectly for the most convenient application. The shades themselves are all shimmery and are meant to provide you with two effortless makeup looks, a neutral one on the left and a green one on the right. You can obviously play around with the colors and make as many looks as you can with it but it’s a good starting point for people who are just starting to play around with eyeshadow. I was so pleasantly surprised to see how long-wearing they were (with a base underneath) and with the heat in Abu Dhabi they survived without creasing or rubbing off.
These are the four left shades, paired together they give such a pretty everyday natural look. That peach gold is amazing for the lid and the bronze blended into the crease gives a soft brown smokey eye.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate the last color on the right side of this palette (bottom swatch)? WHAT?! This duochrome beauty is absolutely stunning on the lids. I’ve applied this in the crease using the more natural colors on the left and it is an absolute favorite. (note: ignore the goosebumps, I was cold…)
It’s not easy to find an affordable highlight and contour palette that doesn’t look streaky, patchy and is easy to blend and I think I’ve found it. This Wet ‘n Wild Megaglo Contouring Palette in Dulce De Leche is a duo with a highlighting powder on the left and a contouring powder on the right. I’ve found that the bronzer is very buildable and blends beautifully on the face. It has a nice cool undertone to which is perfect for contouring. I’ve found the highlighting side to be great for setting my concealer and adding some brightness instead of using it as an actual highlighter on my cheekbones, brow bones etc. The only downside I can find with this palette is the large amount of fall out but personally, based on the price and the quality of the product I can overlook that.
Top swatch is the bronzer side and the left swatch is the highlighting (powder) side. Both are very pigmented and blend like a dream.
I’ve heard some great things about Wet ‘n Wild lipsticks and I thought it was only right to try one out. I picked up the Bare It All which I found to be the most perfect nude shade for my skin tone. It can be described as a brown-nude shade with a warm undertone. It has a semi-matte finish and it feels so lightweight and moisturizing on the lips. I’ve found that it lasts a while too if you’re not eating a massive cheeseburger.
Do you have any Wet ‘n Wild products that you recommend? I’d love to know.