It has been quite a few weeks since I last posted, for which I can only apologise. My Macbook unexpectedly died and was not worth the money spent to repair so I had to wait a long time for my insurance to send out a replacement. Now that everything is back to normal I should be able to easily return to my three times a week posting schedule, although I cannot promise which days I will be able to upload.
I was so excited and impressed by these Wet and Wild Megalast Lipsticks that I had to start singing their praise from the roof. I picked them up randomly during my last run to Walgreens, not expecting them to be that great, but I was so wrong. The Wet and Wild Megalast Lipsticks are a range of affordable, matte lipsticks. The packaging is very basic, but in a nice way? It's hard to explain. I get a simple and clean feeling from the packaging and I enjoy being able to see the colour of the lipsticks through the clear caps. The shades I picked up were Cherry Bomb, Wine Room and Just Peachy.
Just Peachy is a very pretty pinky, coral pinky shade which is very brightening and summer-esque. I'm unsure if it's the most fluttering shade on my skin tone, but I love it none the less.
Wine Room is a very berry pink colour which was very aptly named. While being very pink toned, it still has a nice flattering red base making it very wearable on all skin tones.
Cherry Bomb is a quite a deep, dark burgundy colour which just screams autumn and winter, to me. I can see this getting so much use in the next coming months. It's strange, isn't it, that summer is not over, yet here I am waiting for the colder months with anticipation.
Now the best bit is that these are some of the best matte lipstick formulas that I have ever used! I find it very comparable to my MAC Velvet Teddy. Honestly, the formula is so similar to me that I notice no difference. The texture is so comfortable and lasts for quite a few hours before needing to be reapplied. And for there to be such a big price difference between the two, and little difference in wear, I would have no hesitation picking more up.
Who has tried these lovelies before? Do you agree that they are phenomenal for their price tag?
Louise x x