Product Review : Wet n Wild Blush
I don’t normally do product reviews but with the recent development of my blog posts, the DIY tutorials and beauty tips shares I thought reviewing some stuff I have would be a nice idea. I would love to give points and ideas base on personal experiences too so let’s start with this recent blush I just had. First, I would like to thank my BFF Sheila for the “pasalubong” which I would like to label a Christmas present as I received the package 23rd of December . She flew back to Philippines from Chicago with her hubby so she bought me bunch of gorgeous makeup items which I will be sharing to you guys through a review soon!
Wet n’ Wild blush (shade: 833E Mellow wine)
I have not tried any Wet n Wild makeup product until my bff sent me one. I am a big fan of mineral blushes but of course that does not stop me from trying other blushes. The Wet n’ Wild verdict: I immediately fell inlove with it the first time I used it! The color matched my medium skin tone perfectly. It’s not matte and shimmery but it blends naturally to my cheek as if it’s not there but it looked fresh and vibrant. Mellow wine is probably the most natural shade Wet n’ Wild has for their blush collection. It’s even perfect for all skin types because of it’s natural effect on the skin – not too dark not too light (just make sure you dab just enough blush to keep you from looking like a clown or a lotte doll if you know what I mean ). Definitely not too much and I would recommend it for everyday wear. Another favorite thing about this is it does not fade immediately after couple of hours of application. It does stay long on your cheek so you don’t have to worry about re-touching too soon. As I researched further about it, I also found out that it is not as expensive as the other brands making it one of my top blush-on great deals. It’s getting more than what you paid for (quoting Kris A’s commercial ). A+ for Wet n Wild Mellow Wine blush. I can’t wait to try more of Wet n’ Wild makeup products! I wish I knew where to buy them here in Philippines . Would you know?