Wet n Wild MegaGlo Hello Halo Blushlighter “After Sex Glow”- Review, Swatches

On Wednesdays we wear Wet n Wild, right?

It’s been a little while since I’ve featured Wet n Wild, so I’m extra happy to feature it today because Wet n Wild makes some FIRE products (I’m looking at you, Golden Flower Crown highlighter).

The Wet n Wild MegaGlo Hello Halo Blushlighter in After Sex Glow is a blush and highlighter duo that aims to instantly sculpt and highlight for a full-on strobe effect.

It comes in black plastic packaging with a clear top to reveal what’s inside and contains 10g of product.

after sex glow

The product on the left is a peachy platinum shade and the product on the right is a pearly coral shade.

wet n wild after sex glow review swatches

I applied the shade on the left as a highlight and the shade on the right as a blush.

wet n wild after sex glow

Wet n Wild’s highlighters rarely disappoint and the shade on the left is no exception. It’s metallic, it’s pigmented, easy to apply and blends out on my cheeks nicely. I also like how it doesn’t have any glitter flecks because I find glitter-free highlighters easier to pull off. The blush on the right side, while pretty, just didn’t work for me as a blush because of how sheer it was. I actually found this shade to be more of a highlighter than a blush. It wasn’t as pigmented as the standard Wet n Wild blushes – it had way more glow to it than pigment.

Finished look using Wet n Wild’s “After Sex Glow”

I think this duo could have been improved if the blush side was a matte blush with the focus more on the colour payoff than the sheen. That being said, this is a nice duo and I think it would have fared better if it was marketed as a highlighter duo rather than a blush and highlighter. But as a highlight duo and maybe even a blush topper? I’m here for it.


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