Wet n a Wild Megaglo Multi-Stick Review

Hey everyone!!

I think I’m almost done with all the Wet n Wild limited edition reviews from my giant haul. I think I might have 3 more to do, so I guess I’m not almost done..lol

Today I’m going to review the Wet n Wild Megaglo Multi-Sticks.

The shades are Marigold Round, Carnational Anthem and Light Up My High-biscus.

At first I wasn’t going to purchase these because, I thought I wouldn’t like them but I actually, like them a lot.

I think these are perfect to use as a cream blush, especially when you are in a hurry in the morning. They have some shimmer to them, so they really give your cheeks a nice summery glow.

These are a little sheer, so you don’t have to worry about them being to bright but perfect for the beach or picnic and would look amazing with a nice tan. I’m very pale and they also looked great on my skin ton.

In all my Wet n Wild face of the day posts, I wore this as blush and the shade Marigold Round makes a perfect cheek highlighter.

Since these are multi-sticks, you can also use these on your lips for a little sheer color.

These were one of my favorite products that I picked up from the limited edition items. I highly recommend you check these out if you can still find these.

Thanks for taking the time to read my post.

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19 thoughts on “Wet n a Wild Megaglo Multi-Stick Review

  1. My CVS carries this line and I ended up grabbing the neutral champagne looking shade b/c the packaging was so fun and summery. I actually really like it too, the quality is good. They are good sized and so inexpensive. I like this one on the tops of my shoulders and collar bone too. xx

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