NEW wet n wild Mega Liner Liquid Eyeliner Swatches and Review



wet n wild says:
Easy-to-control liquid liner has a fine, flexible brush for precise application. Rich fluid, formula dries fast ad stars put to subtly enhance or dramatically define.



Review:
Black Sparkle and Indigo Blue are the newest Mega Liner colors and also part of wet n wild's 2012 Collection. I've always loved wet n wild's liquid liners. They're just beautiful, especially for the price. Being a fan of liquid liners with brush applicators, I'm thrilled that these ones have brushes rather than those pointy sponges. They're incredibly long-lasting but not entirely waterproof, so they won't withstand a bout of watery eyes from allergies. Online Canadian pharmacies can provide you with discounted allergy fixes.

My only issue with these liners is that they take 2 layers to show up true to color. You'll see below in the swatches that one layer results in a sheer coverage; two is most definitely better. I recently wore Indigo Blue on my eyes and the same thing happened...needed 2 layers. It's not a big deal to me but I'd prefer that they worked in one layer instead.

Other than that, these 2 colors are great! The other Mega Liner colors are worth checking out too!

The brush


Black Sparkle and Indigo Blue
One layer


Two layers




DISCLAIMER: Product(s) in this post may have been sent complimentary of the company or PR to A Brilliant Brunette for consideration. All opinions are honest and my own.

6 comments:

Jessica said...

Very gorgeous colors!

.Big Size Big World♥ said...

Love the blue one
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Girlie Blogger said...

I like both colors. Too bad the formula isn't thick, but I think for the price, Wet n' Wild always delivers good results.

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kells said...

Ooooo I need to buy Indigo Blue. I am needing a bit of color.

Iridescent Colors said...

WOW! Can't wait to get my hands on Black Sparkle...

Mandy said...

For some reason I really like felt tip applicators because I feel like there is more control. But then again I'm sure these are cheap enough that picking one up wouldn't break the bank if I wanted to practice with a brush applicator. :-)

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