Wet n Wild Megalast Lip Color Cherry
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Wet n Wild Megalast Lip Color Cherry Picking(965)

December 8, 2013
Hello Ladies,
I’m back with another review post. Its Wet n Wild Megalast Lip Color Cherry Picking today.
This was sent by the cosmetic shop  LOOK for reviewing purpose. Just to remind you, my reviews are based on my honest opinion and I’m not being paid or biased to do this.

 
About the color:
Cherry picking is a cherry red but with a very strong pink undertone which makes it somehow deep fuchsia specially with white indoor ligh you will see nothing but a deep fuchsia color. However, in day light its a cherry/cool pink toned red.
 
 

 

About the product:
So, the product comes in usual simple but sturdy packaging. Lipstick has flat rounded top which often get stuck with the lid while closing. Smells nothing bad at all.
Lipstick has a semi-matte texture and quite moisturizing on lip. Color pigmentation of this one is fantastic, one swipe is more than enough to get the color. Stains hard on lip, you’ll need to lot of work to remove that from lip.

Though it has a semi-matte finish, it applies creamy and glides on so smoothly without feathering or bleeding. Other lipsticks, from this range i tried, does last for 3/4 hor but this one some how last forever on lip even you eat or drink.

Now this color of Wet n Wild is an universal color I think. Anyone, everyone with any skin tone can wear it anytime. You dont have this yet, I’ll say get one… this wont disappoint you.

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2 Comments

  • Reply jellobeanee August 14, 2014 at 3:18 pm

    Love Cherry Picking! It’s so rich and beautiful. .

    Here’s my review of this:
    http://www.jellobeans.com/2014/04/review-cherry-picking-wet-n-wild-mega.html

  • Reply Wet n Wild MegaLast Lipcolor | Review & Swatch | GreenStory April 25, 2015 at 2:33 am

    […] Cherry Picking: This shade is quite a perfect cherry red but with a very strong pink undertone which makes it somehow deep fuchsia specially with white indoor ligh you will see nothing but a deep fuchsia color. However, in day light its a cherry/cool pink toned red. Check my detailed review here… […]

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