I love the formula of the Wild Shine lipsticks, these are among the smoothest lipsticks I've tried. My lips feel smooth and comfortable, no lip balm needed. This shade, a pale-peach with a slight bit of shimmer, is too light and washes me out though. I'll have to try other shades, but the formula is fabulous for the low pricetag.
I really do like these lipsticks-nice glossy texture and decent staying power. That said, Honey Shine was a bit light for my warm complexion. If you like light goldish beigy colors then this might be for you-I like my lipsticks to have a bit more of a kick of color. I use it as more of an enhancer. The base will break on these lipsticks so beware of that.
These new Wild Shine lipsticks are WnW's answer to Maybelline Wet Shine, L'Oreal Shine Delice, etc, and they are nice! I bought the Honey Shine shade, a lightish peachy nude with subtle self-shimmer, and while it's just a tad pale for my GGG colouring, I loved the colour - sorta J.Lo meets Bardot in the 60s - and the shine (more than the other sheer-shiny drugstore lipsticks). It lasted as well as any other sheer lipstick on me. A very springy colour, and layers nicely over brownish nudes as well as under coral or orangey glosses for a nude mouth with oomph. It's not the smoothest or creamiest lipstick out there (though certainly more moisturizing than Revlon Moisturous) but then again, it's under $2. Yellow toned gals and MMMs will like this one.
This review is for "Honey Shine". I got it because of all the great reviews I read. I like the color but am not crazy about the staying power or the packaging. The lipstick broke at the base as soon as i used it for the first time. There's very little shine too, so don't expect too much :) Now, i have to apply it with a lip brush and i use it as a base for my matte lipsticks to soften the consistency.