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.

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.


Jessica said...

Very gorgeous colors!

.Big Size Big World♥ said...

Love the blue one

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.

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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