Drugstore base products are always fun to try and Wet N Wild is a drugstore brand that has a ton of good products. I already tried their Photofocus foundation, but I knew there was a concealer to match. The foundation worked well enough for me, but it wasn’t my favorite, but I was still curious to see what the concealer would be like.Read more
The highlighter craze has not yet passed, but by now there are so many different highlighters that it is difficult to discern which ones are the best. And finding that affordable gem is of course always a great thing to find. Enter the Wet N Wild Megaglo Highlighters. Affordable. Raved about. But what do I think?Read more
Wet N Wild blushes are much raved about as being some of the best blush products in the drugstore. I bought one in Mellow Wine years ago, but I hardly wore it. The reason? It just wasn’t my shade. It was a bit dark and I had a hard time getting it to blend in nicely. So I had to use a very light hand and most of the year the color just wasn’t a great match for me. I ended up decluttering in, but I did like the formula enough that I figured: if I got two different shades that suit me more, I’m sure I’d use it more. And I couldn’t have been more right.
Wet N Wild Color Icon blush 326B Rosé Champagne
Wet N Wild Color Icon Ombré Blush 317B In a Purple Haze
The Wet N Wild Photofocus foundation is a cult favorite by now and I was lucky enough to snatch one up from the US drugstore when I visited last year. Since they only had a few shades left, I picked one up that was a tad light for me during the summer, which is why I am only getting round to reviewing this now. Is this as good as everyone says it is?
Wet N Wild Photofocus Foundation Rose Ivory Light Cool
We are still on the color themes of the 30 day make up challenge. The first 10 rounds are, and we are now at round no. 3 which calls for a green make up look. I went with this very autumnal looks, with a mossy green eye and a plum colored lip. It’s a mix of both drugstore and high end products, so I hope you enjoy!
On these pictures the eyes look kind of muted down, but in real life it looked much smokier and heavier. I don’t mind the subtle though. It’s a nice touch combined with that fairly bold lip color. And very fall like if you ask me: the lip color is a deep burgundy shade which makes this so much more fall appropriate.
Read on to find out which products I’ve used.
I realized after taking the pics, that it looks like I have a patch of bare skin in my crease. As you may see on the pictures where I have my eyes open, you will see I have quite the fold and I applied the crease color with my eyes open. You only see it when I close my eyes anyway which, during the day, I don’t usually have.
Base: Rimmel BB Cream in light, MAC Select Moisture Cover concealer in NW20, MAC pressed Prep & Prime transparent finishing powder
Blush: Wet N Wild Mellow Wine, MAC Mineralized Skin Finish in Lust
Base: Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Brow highlight: The Bodyshop eyeshadow in no 13
- Base color: Essence Stays No Matter What Eyepencil & Shadow stick in 06 Green Gardens
- All over lid: Make Up Store Tribecca
- Crease: MAC Green Smoke
- Blend color: Cappuccino Sleek Au Natural Palette
- All over lid: Catrice Don’t Touch My Mosserati (to add the gold sparkle)
- Lower lash line: Essence Stays No Matter What Eyepencil & Shadow stick in 06 Green Gardens
Mascara: Maybelline The Rocket Volum’ Express in waterproof
Brows: Anastasia brow powder in Taupe, HEMA eyebrow gel
Lips: Illamasqua lipstick in Shard.
What do you think of this look?