Comin’ in hot with Wet n Wild Wednesday, I’m bringing you some limited edition new-ness!
This week I’m digging into the Goth-O-Graphic collection – of course, I went straight for the highlighters.
This collection has four highlighters – two pressed powder highlighters, one stick highlighter and one loose powder highlighter. I’ve got fresh swatches of the pressed powders and and the stick. Let’s start with the packaging for this collection; holo skulls as far as the eye can see. The pressed powders have an embossed skull, so this past week I’ve been working around it – I don’t want to destroy the aesthetic.
The highlighting stick contains 10 g of product. It comes in one shade, called Hell-o Darkness and it’s a silver-blue. While the formula was very creamy, it was too creamy to work with. I tried applying it straight from the tube to my face, but it was streaky and fought with the concealer underneath (the blend of the highlighter and my concealer made for a cloudy paste – not cute). If I rubbed the product onto my finger and dabbed it on, it didn’t really show up on my face.
Let’s get into the pressed powders. Wet n Wild tends to nail it with their Megaglo Highlighters, so I had high hopes.
White Raven is an icy blue, similar to a NYX Twilight Tint or a Cover FX Halo, but much more toned down. The formula was the easiest to work with out of all three highlighters mentioned in this post, but the impact was nowhere near Wet n Wild’s previous MegaGlo Highlighters.
Purple Ashes is a light magenta with pieces of pink glitter. The formula was chunky and the shade just wasn’t my cup of tea. I wish they took out the glitter pieces and replaced it with a more metallic sheen.
The Wet n Wild Goth-O-Graphic collection is limited edition, so if you wanted to grab anything, I’d recommend doing it sooner rather than later.