Wet N Wild Haul

Many drug store products have very poor quality on a lot of products, but there are a few brands that are little diamonds in the rough. One of these brands is Wet N Wild, they are also completely cruelty free which is something I really love when I see a brand that does this. They by far are some of the cheapest products but have great quality. Some products in their collection that match the feel and look of many high end brands like Urban Decay and MAC. Plus the quality is consistent throughout the entire line for the most part. I don't know how they are so cheap for how great their products are. So I got a whole lot of products when I was at the drugstore.

There was not a single product that I purchased that was over five dollars.

From left to right: Cherry Picking, Cherry Bomb, Think Pink, Bare it All, Mauve Outta Here, Purty Persimmon, and Stoplight Red

From left to right: Cherry Picking, Cherry Bomb, Think Pink, Bare it All, Mauve Outta Here, Purty Persimmon, and Stoplight Red

From left to right: Cherry Bomb, Cherry Picking, Stoplight Red, Purty Persimmion, Mauve Outta Here, Bare it All, and Think Pink.

From left to right: Cherry Bomb, Cherry Picking, Stoplight Red, Purty Persimmion, Mauve Outta Here, Bare it All, and Think Pink.

From left to right: 15 Minute Aflame, Fuchsia with Blue Pearl, A Short Affair, Blushing Bali, Light Berry Frost, Cashmere, and Breeze 

From left to right: 15 Minute Aflame, Fuchsia with Blue Pearl, A Short Affair, Blushing Bali, Light Berry Frost, Cashmere, and Breeze 

From top left to bottom right: Fuchsia with Blue Pearl, A Short Affair, Blushing Bali, Think Pink, Cherry Picking, 15 Minutes Aflame, Cashmere, Breeze, Stoplight Red, Cherry Bomb, Light Berry Frost, Purty Persimmion, Mauve Outta Here, and Bare it All

From top left to bottom right: Fuchsia with Blue Pearl, A Short Affair, Blushing Bali, Think Pink, Cherry Picking, 15 Minutes Aflame, Cashmere, Breeze, Stoplight Red, Cherry Bomb, Light Berry Frost, Purty Persimmion, Mauve Outta Here, and Bare it All

From top to bottom: Fuchsia with Blue Pearl, A Short Affair, Blushing Bali, Think Pink, Cherry Picking, 15 Minutes Aflame, Cashmere, Breeze, Stoplight Red, Cherry Bomb, Light Berry Frost, Purty Persimmion, Mauve Outta Here, and Bare it All

From top to bottom: Fuchsia with Blue Pearl, A Short Affair, Blushing Bali, Think Pink, Cherry Picking, 15 Minutes Aflame, Cashmere, Breeze, Stoplight Red, Cherry Bomb, Light Berry Frost, Purty Persimmion, Mauve Outta Here, and Bare it All

As a self-proclaimed lipstick junkie, I was over the moon when I saw the lipsticks were between $0.93 and $1.93. They look so beautiful and lasted it through both eating and drinking. Which I cannot say for many of my other lipsticks that costed way more in comparison. So I may have went a little ham and got myself fourteen different shades.

From Left to Right: Rose Champagne, Mellow Wine, Pearlescent Pink, Apri-Cot in the Middle

From Left to Right: Rose Champagne, Mellow Wine, Pearlescent Pink, Apri-Cot in the Middle

ColorIcon Blushes by Wet n Wild were $2.93 so I got myself four different shades as I was finding my collection a bit lacking in blush, plus it is so soft that is hardly feels like you are touching anything. And it's very pigmented so a little goes a long ways.

I also picked up a color corrector palette for $3.93.

And makeup setting spray which is completely on par with the Urban Decay All-Nighter setting spray, but for a fraction of the cost. Wet n Wild Makeup setting spray only costs $4.68, while UD All-Nighter costs $30.

Similarly I also picked up their eyeshadow primer for $4.68 as I wanted to see if I get better results for my eyeshadow in comparison to my Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion. I haven't tested this one out yet but if it does then that will be insanely nice.