Wet 'n' Wild • Mega Matte 907C Mauve Outta Here • Lipstick
|Would buy this product again.||85%|
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
beautiful beautiful beautiful...on my light blue eyed blond self...only slight issue is its a little drying...but all long wear is......... a little vitamin e oil over night and i am set,,,,great lip stick
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I bought this as well as Dolhouse Pink & Think Pink. I think this one is my favorite because it is the most wearable shade, & goes with any kind of eye makeup. It's not bright, it's just a nice mauve color that is close to my natural lip color. I want to buy a few more tubes of this but they're always out of it!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Such a beautiful color. It's more of a bright pink on me, but with warm undertones. I love love love this shade, and it's really flattering on me. It's a sexy color. These lipsticks are awesome--very pigmented. All you need is one layer and the color is so saturated. Apply a little balm before applying the lipstick, and you'll have a very smooth application. This way the finish looks matte, but with some beautiful, subtle shine at the same time.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
On my pigmented lips, this comes out mauve but with a hint of magenta. It looks gorgeous and great for days when I want to wear a bright shade on my lips with minimal or no eye makeup.The staying power is good, though it can transfer so be careful. Perhaps a lip pencil or lipstick base could keep it from bleeding. It does apply well without making my lips look dry. I don't have to really build up on the color as one swipe was sufficient for me. I can see myself wearing this throughout the year. I would buy again
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium Brown, Cool Hair: Brown, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Brown
After losing this lipstick on a night out earlier in the year, I was glad to find it on Amazon for a very cheap price. (I'm from the UK).
It's my favourite 'barbie' pink. It's super bright on my brown pigmented lips and must be worn with a lip liner at all costs!!! But i like it for the Winter. It doesn't look purple on me like the pictures above- just a barbie pink really.
I would suggest anyone to buy it. Long lasting, cheap, nice texture, no smell, good value for money.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I love the Wet n Wild Mega Last Lipsticks! I have two so far and I'm eager to get some more. They are crazy pigmented, great quality, and fairly long-lasting. This "Mauve Outta Here" color is really, really pretty!
COLOR DESCRIPTION: What a unique, beautiful color! It's sort of a medium pink with a purple undertone. It's bright, but not overdone. It is also very, very flattering with my skin tone--which is fair with cool undertones. I love this color on me, but I imagine it would go great with many other skin tones, too, because it's not too purple or too pink. It's that perfect in between with a bit of brightness.
FORMULA/CONSISTENCY: It's creamy, opaque, and a little drying without lip balm under it.
COLOR PAY-OFF: This is very pigmented!
STAYING POWER: I do think these last pretty long. They go from breakfast to lunch without needing a touch-up, typically.
PACKAGING: The packaging is basic, but I don't have any complaints. It is a basic black tube.
SMELL: I don't notice much of a smell at all.
PRICE/AVAILABILITY: I've seen these retail for around $3 at most stores, but I got this for $2 at Smith's Marketplace.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Again, I give this Wet n Wild product a 3 for packaging because it is plasticky and I'm super worried I'll break it whenever I open this lippie! Also, a few bloggers have said when they went to purch a lot of them were broken ie the actual lippie barrel was broken. Not good! But mine weren't broken - I got them from Crush Cosmetics. Annoyingly the barrel is taller than the tube, so if you're not careful pulling the lid off, the lippie will scrape the lid. Grr.
So I bought Mauve Outta Here 907C and also Just Peachy 903C (which I'll review once I've used it). I like subtle lips (not statement lips) and hoped these would be sorta coloured sorta soft.
These IMO do what they are supposed to do - they're matte, they're pigmented, they're smooth. However, they are not soft, they're not subtle. Colour is strong. And I guess that's the matte pigmentation!
Over lip balm or another sheer lip, they are awesome. You need to line the lips - not to keep the colour from feathering - but so you don't look like you smeared paint on your lips!
Mauve Outta Here is def pinky mauve in the barrel, simply gorgeous. On my lips, which have colour to them, the colour has a stronger mauve tone, but is still relatively true to colour. It is quite bright, and strong, and not really what I would wear during the day.
But for night, it is a stunning colour, very girly!
I think matte lipsticks are a real showstopper so I am giving this a 4 because as a product it is really good. Not a repurch for me though because I cant see myself wearing this enough to use it up. If you are a lipstick collector I would highly recommend getting some of these because they are cheap and excellent quality.
More about me:
Asian normal skin - tending towards combination in summer
Was acne-prone for years
Foundation preference is to look as yellow as possible, absolutely nil pink
MAC NC-30, Shiseido O60, BeneFit Champagne, Bobbi Brown #4, MUFE Sand/Desert
Sunscreen everyday - alternating between Sofina and Invisible Zinc
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
Mauve-y shades like this one are definately very hit or miss for me, having 30yr old(aging, I guess ;D), very pale skin (NC15 in MAC)
I'm happy to say this is a definate hit! My local RiteAid store recently had WnW products BOGO50%off so I decided to try this (as well as 3 other items that I'm very happy with)
I really have to say, WnW has come a long way since the mid-late 90's.. I remember being in HighSchool, my girlfriends & I would go makeup shopping at the drugstores & tried several WnW products, all with poor pigmentation as well as poor staying power :( After some time passed, we never even took a 2nd look at WnW simply b/c they didn't perform. Over the past 10+years I've been SO happy w/the majority of my WnW purchases (starting w/the Comfort Zone palette 4-5years ago) & now I'm totally on the WnW bandwagon!
For this shade I didn't expect to love it -Mauves on my super pale skin most times makes me look kind of dead(for lack of a better word lol) but this shade has just enough pink in the undertones to brighten up my complexion without looking scary or over the top pink.
It was listed at $1.99, but U.S. drugstores often have sales on WnW products so it's possible to get it even cheaper than that which is an absolute steal. I'd highly reccomend this & plan to repurchase :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
If they had a 'hell yes' option on 'would you buy this product again?' I would choose that. I bought this along with several other of the WnW pink shades, and this is my very favorite. A nice, mid tone pinky mauve that looks just right with my dark hair and tan skin. I am not normally a lipstick girl, but I looove this stuff.
Straight from the tube it applies opaque and matte which is hard for me to wear. So I usually put on lip balm first, then dab my lips with my finger. Voila! Perfect, juicy pink-purple lips. Sooo good!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love the formulations of these lipsticks - which may not be for everyone. They are very stiff, wear well, and have just enough slip to go on and get into place. I pick up a new color every time they go on sale and 907C surprised me. As others have said, it is a very bright, blue-based pink that pushes the limits of my middle-aged comfort without being too much. Bright colors are very on-trend this season and this is a very cheap way to get a very nice but disposable seasonal trend. At least for me it will probably be disposable. I don't see wearing this past summer. However, it gives me a nice little way to safely rock a trend - cheaply
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
One of the best drugstore mauves out there. Hone run color.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Grey
Really nice matte purplish-pink lipstick. It is long lasting and surprisingly not drying at all. It's not a shade I usually wear but the quality is really good for the price. The packaging isn't bad either.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This was my 4th megalast matte that I purchased recently and I still have a few more in my sights. My only regret is that Mauve Outta Here was my 4th one and not my 1st or 2nd as far as purchasing. I love the formula of these. I don't find them drying and they have excellent staying power.
It's comparable to MAC Up the Amp like I've seen mentioned here and in general online when I was googling images/swatches But it's not a dupe by any means. I own UTA and it's a fun color but MOH is definitely the more wearable of the two. MOH has a tad more of a pink tone to it, just enough to make it more universally pleasing and easier to pull off. I'm NC25-30/N5, neutral warm. I can't say that I'd ever wear UTA to the office but MOH I would. It's a pinky mauve and some bloggers do have swatches of it so when in doubt...google. It's a beautiful shade that brightens my complexion,
I've been wearing it w/ MAC Coygirl Blush which pairs nicely with it. Retails for 2.99. The packaging isn't the most aesthetically pleasing, just a basic black tube w/ a clear cap. I know packaging can be a sticking point for some but given the price and the formula I have no complaints.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan Hair: Brunette, Coarse Eyes: Grey
WAY too Bright for me!!! It's insanely pigmented super intensely pigmented fuchsia slightly magenta definitely appears much brighter on the lips than it would suggest from the tube. This is not a classy look. I don't see how anyone could wear this during the day without looking like a hooker or a slut and when you wear it at night it has the same effect just trashy is more acceptable for nighttime,oddly sticky.Im bi racial and have tan skin and this was still way to much for me,so I could only imagine what this would look like on someone with fair skin. I'm surprised of the reviews that people wear/like this.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Color: mauve pink
Pros: pigmented, creamy, long-lasting
Cons: cheap packaging (tube wiggles around, doesn't always scroll down)
Comments: This is a really pretty color. It's a barbie pink, but definitely a very wearable one - a very pretty pink with hints of violet. It really brightens up the face.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I LOVE THIS LIPSTICK!!! I purchased it for only $1.50 at my local Walgreens, and I am so happy that I did. The color is a beautiful purple-pink that actually looks like a MLBB shade on me. I'm Asian with olive skintones, and this lipstick is definitely a shade that I can wear everyday to brighten my face. The color went on smoothly and it took only one swipe to get a nice amount of color on my lips.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I'M STUNNED! I was on one of my lipstick-buying fits and thought - well, I'll just look at Wet 'n' Wild (I usually don't; in fact, I recently bought a bunch of the new Dior formulation lippies!).
I saw this matte line and grabbed 507C because lavenderish pinks were what I wanted today.
I've gotta tell you, for me this color is BETTER than any of the Dior "haute coleur" lippies I've been trying! It's a great color! It has a *wearing lipstick* look without being too dark or too bright. It's a bit Barbie but that's what I wanted.
I'm going back for more colors tomorrow!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is my first Wet N' Wild lip product. I've heard great reviews about this and I wanted to give it a try. Let me begin by saying, I cannot wear this color alone. It is way too pink on my medium-dark skin. As it ends up looking coral on me. So what I do is wear Mauve Outta Here over Ravin' Raisin and it gives me the best deep berry/mauve color combined (Please see my review for Ravin' Raisin). A color I have been looking for in a lipstick. I wear this lipstick with Mark Kay's Timewise Age-Fighting Lip Primer and it stays on without feathering for a good amount of time. It does not make my lips feel dry. It's not completely matte, so I would say it's semi-matte. It has a slight shine, but very subtle. I use NYX's Long Pencil Lip in Current along with the two lipsticks. The packaging is OK, it's a typical twist lipstick, but the black paint has rubbed off so now it's clear revealing the black container inside, so minus a lippie. Packaging does not effect the product itself. I will definitely repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown, Kinky, Medium Eyes: Brown
This definitely appears much brighter on the lips than it would suggest from the tube! I love it though :) On me, the color is comparable to Revlon's Mad About Mauve, only this one is more pink toned, while Revlon's is more of a purple tint. I will definitely be wearing it a lot in the spring :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
The packaging of these lippies suck. However, & there is a however, they are really great lipsticks & so cheap! The colour for me is a much more rosed, very slightly magenta with a hint of purple. A lot like the description of the below reviewer. These are matte, so be mindful of that if mattes dry your lips out. Pigmentation is great & there's no offensive smell or taste. Thumbs up for these!