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Review: Wet N Wild Make Up Products

By Tanvi Rastogi @tanviidotcom
Wet N Wild Thank you Wet N Wild for sponsoring this post. All opinions expressed are my own. 

About wet n wild

wet n wild has been around for 35 years. They are edgy, authentic and fun. As someone who doesn't spend a lot of money on make up, since I don't use much and also because most of it expires in 6 months I truly appreciate brands like wet n wild which make quality products which are also budget friendly. So, before you decide to splurge on the next $40 highlighter, or $50 eye shadow palette, consider picking up these (just as good) makeup items the next time you're at the drugstore. While I always get a look of surprise when I recommend something so affordable to my friends, they always thank me. The products just work.
wet n wild’s Mega Glo™ Hello Halo Liquid Highlighters are available on Walgreens. You can save $2 on any one product with the coupon below. The shade Halo Gorgeous is available exclusively at Walgreens.
Cruelty-FreeAll 7 shades are 100% cruelty-free, gluten-free, paraben-free, and fragrance-free!
Although wet n wild is not 100% vegan, we are making strides towards achieving that goal! 5 out of 7 of the Mega Glo™ Hello Halo Liquid Highlighters are vegan:

  • Go With the Glow
  • Guilded Glow
  • Goddess Glow
  • Halographic
  • Halo, Goodbye


Don't forget to open your Valpak envelopes to get an additional $2.00 off Wet N Wild coupon. Also, Wet N Wild coupons are redeemable at Walgreens stores, including Duane Reade locations.

MegaGlo Hello Halo Liquid Highlighter

I have been using this highlighter for the past 6 months. It is excellent to give you that glow to the gods. It also mixes well with your foundation to give off a super glossy dewy look to the skin. From what I see with these this product can do it all. Makes an excellent inner eye highlighter too. I like to apply these in dots along my cheekbone and blend them out with a damp beauty sponge and they look beautiful. I really like the applicator and packaging of these as well. The applicator is a large doe foot and it picks up a lot of product. (Just be careful so you don’t get way to much the first few times you use these) The packaging is a nice glass bottle, I like that they are clear so you can see the shades, the black cap and the perfect font make this product beautiful. I would definitely recommend and I will probably get warmer shade for fall.
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