This isn’t my first time around the block with the Wet n Wild Mega Last Lip Color, I started wearing Mauve Outta Here again after rediscovering it my Lipstick Lookbook. I forgot how much I liked it and decided to pick up a couple more when I was a Target about a month ago. I finally broke them open this week and wanted to share them. No surprise here, I decided to get Bare It All (tan nude) and Just Peachy (peachy nude). I know I don’t need anymore nude lipstick, but at around $2 each I figured, YOLO.
As usual, let’s start with the packaging, which I pretty much hate. Anytime a lipstick bullet doesn’t fully descend into the tube, it’s just annoying. Overall, it’s pretty cheapy, but you can’t really complain for a $2 product. The formulation of these is somewhat drier than typical, which I suppose lends itself to the semi-matte finish these give. You’ll definitely want to use a lip balm before application. The color payoff is actually pretty good, especially for someone whose lips already have some color like myself. I think the drier formula also helps with the lasting quality here, I’d say you could get a good 3-4 hours of wear without eating or drinking. I actually don’t find these as drying as you’d expect either, at least with a balm. But after they wore off, I didn’t find my lips to be more dry than usual. My lips are in pretty fair condition in the dryness area and I didn’t find that these clung to the minor dry areas I had going on.
I really like both lipstick shades that I picked up, especially Just Peachy. Both colors are ones I can see myself using a lot, and I have been using both pretty regularly since I opened them. Although the packaging leaves much to be desired, the price and quality of the Mega Last Lip Colors make them worth it in my book. If your lips are super dry at the moment, these might not work ask well for you.
All in all, I would recommend the Wet n Wild Mega Last Lip Colors. What shades have you tried?