Wet n Wild Photo Photo Focus Foundation Wear Test and Review 

Wet n Wild has really been on top of it with real sing new products this month. Two of the most exciting products would be their new line of foundation is said to adjust for perfect pictures in seven different lighting situations. Sounds pretty good to me! So I picked up nude ivory in the foundation and Neutral buff in the powder. 

Here is one layer of the foundation applied with an Artis oval 7. I would say it is a buildable medium coverage and a natural finish. I applied a little of my Tarte Shape Tape and finished off my face with the powder.

The powder added a little more coverage without caking. I normally have very oily skin, so I was a little worried as to how this would wear.

The first picture is when the make was first applie at noon using the lighting from my makeup mirror where as the second picture is an hour later when I finished my makeup and using a bright ring light. The third and fourth pictures was taken using natural sunlight around 3pm and 4pm. The fifth picture was taken just outside my balcony using the evening light at 6pm and the final picture was using the bathroom lighting at 8pm.

‚ÄčOverall, I did like this foundation. It seems to adjust for decent pictures in all different lighting. It also managed to stay for several hours before my skin got too oily. I only noticed the foundation wearing away around 8pm on my forehead where I am very oily. I only wish this was a more full coverage foundation, but that is a personal preference. I also loved the powder! It helped keep my matte, made my skin look beautiful, added a litter coverage and did not look cakey.

Overall, I would give the foundation a 8/10 and I would give the powder a 9/10 as I really enjoyed both products and will continue to use them. 

What about you? Do you plan on giving these a try?

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Full Face Glitter Challenge

I fell in love with this challenge this first time I saw a picture on @katieelizabethbutt on instagram. More recently I saw videos of NikkiTutorials and Laura Lee on instagram. I was so nervous to try because of how harsh getting the glitter off can be for your skin. But then I saw a video on instagram on @itsmuaashley doing a silver glitter mermaid look and I was inspired. Why not apply hair gel and then put the glitter on top? It would dry and hold in place but then the water should rinse it away without and scrubbing, right? So I decided to give it a shot.

I used rose gold on the face, black for brows and eye liner, brown for contour and outer corner of eyes, antique gold for the lid, silver for highlighting cheeks brow bone and inner corner of the eyes, hot pink for blush and red for the lips. Overall, I had a lot of fun and everything applied easily! Though I will say, it’s strange not being able to blend anything. As for washing it all off, the gel base worked like a dream! I just got into a warm shower and it all rinsed away within a couple of minutes. 

You should definitely give this one a try, who doesn’t want to be coated in glitter?

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