Makeup Review: Wet ‘n’ Wild Liquid Catsuit

I’ve heard a lot about the Wet ‘n’ Wild Liquid Catsuit liquid lipsticks over the past couple of months, and when they popped up on sale at Target I decided to bite the bullet and try them out. Truth be told, I’m not a huge fan of liquid lipsticks, but they’re incredibly practical for work. When I’m in characters, I sweat like crazy, plus I’m constantly chugging water. When I’m in gangster, I have interference from my Britney Spears mic, and in bandit I wear a bandana over my mouth that gets tugged down. So you can see why I have to have lip colors that won’t smear on me.

 

I picked up two shades, Give Me Mocha (a warm brown with a hint of rose) and Missy and Fierce (a bright true red). The more neutral color is for bandit, and the vampy red for gangster- I like matching my makeup to my costume.

 

The tubes are a good size- not too big, not too small- and hold a good amount of product. The applicator feels like a doefoot, but with a little more give to it. Definitely easy to apply (for a liquid lipstick) and easy to control.

 

The first color I tried was Give Me Mocha. It needed a few swipes before my lips were fully filled in- the color was patchy with just one layer- but with a second it was perfect. The texture was a little tacky for the first few minutes, but dried down pretty quickly and was surprisingly comfortable. I did notice a little flaking throughout the day, but I was able to wear the lip color from the time work started at 9:30 all the way until I got home around seven. Ordinarily I probably would have touched up my color after work, but since this was a test run, I left it alone and still wasn’t completely embarrassed to leave it on my face! I was really impressed that there was absolutely no color transfer onto my bandana, even though it was dragged over my mouth at least twenty times during the day.

 

 

I tried Missy and Fierce for my next gangster shift. (I’ve also decided that Missy and Fierce will be the name of my next bluegrass duo band). This time the color went on in a single layer with no patchiness- and most notably, no bleeding around my mouth. However, it did wear off more than Give Me Mocha did. After lunch, the inner corners of my mouth were completely colorless. At least no one could see that unless I opened my mouth really wide!

All in all I would give the Wet ‘n’ Wild Liquid Catsuit lipsticks a 5/5! The formula is incredibly comfortable, the wear is good enough (I personally don’t mind reapplying after a meal), and the colors are beautiful. Plus, at $5 and easy to find in most stores, it’s a steal!

(also, if anyone has a suggestion for an eyeliner that won’t smudge, I will give you my first born child in exchange.)

2 thoughts on “Makeup Review: Wet ‘n’ Wild Liquid Catsuit

  1. Love the rebel rose color. I also have the bright pink (can’t remember the name? Something pinky I believe). Love them both. Rebel rose had to be touched up after a meal as well. But still not terrible, just the inner lips faded. Eyeliner try the wet n wild megaliner, it’s $3
    And availabLe everywhere ( http://www.target.com/p/wet-n-wild-megaliner-liquid-eyeliner-black/-/A-14900184&ved=0ahUKEwiw4Nuc7frUAhVKKCYKHQn3BfkQFghoMAQ&usg=AFQjCNHS97vCh50FhWY29kAZ4TlSgXyRIQ ). It’s a rich deep black. The h20 version won’t budge once it dries, even if you try. I’ve slept in the waterproof and worn the same eyeliner for 48 straight hours and it never faded or smeared. Even showering. One coat application and it’s a dark as night. I prefer the non waterproof version, but try them both! I’ve used all the name brands, including the infamous Stila, and nothing compares to this cheap little bottle.

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