Ever heard the expression "if you can't say anything nice, then don't say anything at all"...well, this post will be ignoring that advice.
From left to right:
Bare It All 902C: A tawny nude
Sand Storm 913C: A reddish terracotta.
Mocha-licious 914C: A reddened mocha brown.
24 Carrot Gold 969: A medium coral orange.
Purty Persimmon 970: An intense reddish-orange.
Coral-ine 909D: A bright coral-red.
Spiked With Rum 915B: A rosy pink coco.
In the Flesh 912C: A muted rosy-pink.
Wine Room 906D: A muted berry pink.
Cinnamon Spice 917B: A deep brick red.
Cherry Bomb 918D: A deep brown based burgundy red.
Sugar Plum Fairy 908C: A deep magenta.
I would describe Wet N' Wild's Mega Last Lipsticks as being a few notches below okay. The formula is drying, flaky, and bleeds into every crack on the lips. Application was a nightmare when applying directly from the tube (I would recommend using a lip brush) . These lipsticks dragged and pulled, with no slip whatsoever.The Mega Last definitely requires a lip balm underneath as well as a gloss or balm on top. And the packaging, where do I begin with the packaging? Only eight letters come to mind when I think of the packaging...T.E.R.R.I.B.L.E! I had zero expectations for these lipsticks, so I can't say that I was disappointed...but I surely wasn't impressed. I do have to say, out of the 12 lipsticks, 24 Carrot Gold 969, Purty Persimmon 970, and Coral-ine 909D performed the best and were my favorites.
Have you tried Wet N' Wild's Mega Last Lipsticks?
Looking gorgeous one lipstick at a time.