wet n wild

Wet'n'Wild is a cosmetics company founded in 1979 in Brooklyn, NY. It began by selling lipsticks and nail polishes for 99 cents, (a price that remains the same today). It relocated to Los Angeles in 2003 and is currently the #1 value brand in the United States. A mostly vegan, cruelty-free beauty company, it has over 90% brand recognition in the U.S. It is owned by Markwins International.

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1,241 products

27,387 reviews

75% would repurchase

Recent wet n wild Reviews

Highlighters -wet n wild -MegaGlo Loose Highlighting Powder - Written in the Stars

on 8/15/2018 3:33:00 AM

This is their loose powder highlighter that's part of their limited edition, Walmart-exclusive Zodiac collection. And girl, if you see this GRAB IT. I have never seen such a EARTH SHATTERING, BLINDING highlighter. It's like their famous highlighter, Precious Petals, but 10x the blinding. This even trumps my ColourPop Super Shock Highlighters in both Flexitarian & Lunch Money! A little does go a long way, too.

Ugh, but I gotta complain about the packaging. I wouldn't recommend traveling w/ it unless you tie it down or secure it inside a baggie or else it might explode in your makeup bag. The lid is fairly loose & doesn't feel secure.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Polishes -wet n wild -Un-Teal Next Time

on 8/15/2018 3:25:00 AM

I love their wide brushes, ease of application & all of their polishes in general, but this one I really don't like...

The color really let me down. On the bottle it looks like a gorgeous deep teal color but even after 2 layers it looked like a cartoon-y teal that I didn't want but is fairly nice for the summer. Another factor I didn't like was that it chipped after 2 days... Their $0.99 polishes perform better than this one..

Foundations -wet n wild -Photo Focus Foundation

on 8/13/2018 11:05:00 AM


I started out loving the way this product looked on my skin over the course of my day. I looked past the applicator (eye roll) and the fact that it smelled strongly of paint. I usually had to really buff it in to prevent streaking from my brushes and was able to use it. I've had a clear face for years. I've kept my same face product routine and its worked. I've been using it for a month and all of a sudden within the last two weeks I've had two huge cystic pimples on my forehead and cheek. I was devastated.. for one that I have spent so long without acne that I bruised my face trying to pop and get rid of these pimples. I've had acne in my teenage years but I'd never experienced cystic pimples in my life. I look on here and i see that other people had issues with break outs as well. I'm not sure what ingredient is to blame but i'd say be careful! because pimples won't happen over night or the next day. I've been using this for almost a month and got two huge pimples within the same week in the end.

Highlighters -wet n wild -MegaGlo Highlighting Powder

on 8/12/2018 3:21:00 PM


I have this in Blossom Glow which is a light toned colour with a slightly pink tint. I love this highlight on my fair skin!

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Primer/ Corrector -wet n wild -Photofocus Natural Finish Setting Spray

on 8/12/2018 3:19:00 PM


My favorite setting spray from the drugstore! The one that I always use is the famous Urban Decay All Nighter because it works perfectly for my needs:) However, I do not really enjoy paying around 30 dollars every 4th or 5th month to get a new one.. That is why I stopped by my local Walgreens and picked this up as I have heard this is a good one:) I have to say: I AM IMPRESSED! Considering the price, it is amazing! Pros: Makes my makeup last longer Makes my makeup melt together Small and travel friendly bottle I love this, which is why I repurchased it the day after trying it for the first time! The only negative thing about this one is that the spray is not as good as my UD, but not bad at all! All in all, it is amazing and definetely worth a try:)

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

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