I am so ready for this Friday to be over and the weekend to start, granted I feel like this pretty much every single week, by the time the weekend rolls around I am for sure ready for it. But before we get to the weekend I wanted to make sure to share some first impressions with you guys, so let’s talk about a new lip product from Wet ‘N Wild.
This is the Wet’ N Wild Snowmelt in the shade Snowball Fight. This will run you $6.99, comes with .07oz of product which comes out to about $99.85 per ounce of product.
The packaging on this is pretty basic and doesn’t really feel particularly nice, it’s not super cheap either, it’s pretty standard feeling for Wet ‘N Wild packaging. I like the look of it though, I like that the handle is the color of the product because that makes it easy to tell what shade I am grabbing. I also like the way that you can still see the powder move around in the container.
This also has a pretty standard applicator and isn’t super exciting, it’s just a doe foot like most are, but it works and I am completely fine with that.
The next thing that I really want to mention is that these are hard to tell the shade of online, or at least the one that I purchased is because this was not the shade that I was expecting at all, it is way brighter and more peachy than I thought it would be. So just be careful when ordering online.
Now let’s get into what really matters and talk about the formula of this. I want to start out with the good and say that this product is so interesting to me, I haven’t tried any other powder to cream products but they have always seemed very interesting to me and I am still pretty interested in this, it does exactly what it says as well. It looks like a powder in the container and when you apply it to the lips it feels like a cream.
On the lips, this feels really interesting because it has this cooling effect, not quite as much as a minty product but it does still feel cool which I think is interesting. I do not find that this has much of a scent if any at all so that is a plus in my book.
Now, let’s get into the bad of this product. This is a powder, which does mean that this gets everywhere so when you are applying it you really need to be careful about the application or you will end up with product all over you. The other thing about this is that it is very patchy and no matter what I did with it, it just didn’t look good. I was either missing areas or other areas would look cakey and weird, which you may be able to see in the photo. So, I just think this one is too difficult to work with and isn’t something that I am interested in trying any more of.
I feel like this is the first time in a while that I have said this but I kind of regret this purchase, not too much because it wasn’t that expensive but this is something that I would not purchase again nor would I recommend trying out, it just doesn’t seem worth it because there isn’t much good about it. I feel really harsh saying that but I really didn’t like this product.
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