This is my go-to matte blush. The pigmentation in this is absolutely crazy good. I still can't get over how good these Color Icon products are by Wet and Wild.
I can't get over the quality of WnW's color icon products! This blush is no exception! I purchased heather silk first and was so impressed with the quality, I ran out and bought another. I have to apply these with a very light hand or I end up looking like a clown. This color on me (MAC NC15) is a russet color, mostly rose with an orange tinge. The orange can be really prominent if applied too heavily, but it's really lovely when applied sparingly. The best part is that they're only $2.99 at my local Walgreens! I just wish they would come out with more colors.
After reading reviews and tired of paying big bucks for makeup that doesn't last more that a couple of hours (and Walgreens had 50% off) I decided to give WnW a try on a few products, and have to say I'm very pleased w/ all!!! I've used many blushes from low to high end and I have to say this is my favorite. It's highly pigmented w/ wonderful staying power. It looks natural (no sparkle) but has enough of a pop of color to brighten the face. Loving this!
I love this blush! It gives off such a natural and gorgeous color. I don't see any shimmer in it applied or in the pan (which is why I bought it since I have super oily skin and don't need any help on the shine factor) and a little bit definitely goes a long way. I usually dab my brush in once or twice, wipe it off on the back of my hand and then apply and even that is too much sometimes. I'd repurchase this blush if I ran out, but I probably won't since I use so little of it at a time. WNW blushes are definitely worth checking out although they don't have a very huge color range.
First off, whoever says there are no sparkles in this blush is wrong. There are definitely silver looking sparkles running throughout BUT I've noticed that these sparkles don't really show up once the blush is applied. Anyways this is a very pretty rosey color and it has actually been part of my routine since I purchased it (sorry Bobbi Brown). My only complaint is that it doesn't seem to stick around as long as my favorite Bobbi Brown blushes. Don't think I'll repurchase since I have so many blushes currently in rotation, but its a nice DS find.
Wow, wet n' wild amazes me. This blush is insanely pigmetned, and it will last forver. The color is pretty, and i'll defintely buy more!
I am simply astounded at the quality of many of the Wet'n'Wild products. For such a cheap drugstore line of makeup, some of their items are of the same or better quality than products and brands that are twice as expensive. This blush, for example, is superb. The color is a berryish pink that I believe would work with nearly all skin tones. My skin is naturally fair and warm toned, but I am quite tan 3/4 of the year. This blush works on me whether I'm tan or not, it looks beautiful either way! It's also very versatile. My favorite looks for this blush include pairing it with a berry-colored lipstick and pairing it with a plum or violet colored eyeshadow look. This blush is a staple of mine and a real steal for anyone who buys makeup at drugstores. I very highly recommend it!
The only blush I've repurchased--and that includes NARS, Clinique, even Shu Uemura. I just gave up on other blushes and decided to stick with what works... even though it comes in a fugly cheap plastic compact and costs $3! Mellow Wine is the perfect deep toasted rose that works on warm and cool, light and dark complexions alike. It is highly pigmented and lasts all day. I am quite fair, and I've perfected a technique for getting a natural-looking flush from Mellow Wine: I use an angled powder brush, tap it lightly on the surface of the blush, dust it off, and apply precisely where I want it. I've never had a sensitive-skin reaction to this one as I did with Cover Girl and Revlon blushes. It's simply the perfect blush I can use every day without having to think about what else I'm wearing on my face.
I just bought this blush like a few hours ago for under $4. When I tried it, I got to say it's one of the best drug store blushes I have ever tried. It's not chalky like Rimmel but not as expensive as revlon,covergirl and l'oreal. Wet n wild recently change he packaging so it's not so flimsy or cheap-like. I would buy this over and over again :D it's better than NYC blushes.
These blushes are surprisingly good. I find the pigment to be strong and they're pretty long lasting. However, the packaging is pretty terrible, and they usually crack. Now when I buy one, the first thing I do is break it up out of the pan (with clean fingers, of course) and put it into an empty sifter container from sephora so it looks like a loose mineral powder blush