Wet n Wild Coverall Coverstick is a concealer stick I realized I had never tried from Wet n Wild so for $2 bucks I grabbed it up! I admit I dislike lipstick style concealers like this but I have a little bit of a love affair going on with Covergirl + Olay Concealer Balm! I mean it’s not going to replace my HG concealers but Covergirl + Olay Concealer Balm also comes in a lipstick style packaging and I actually like it a lot.
My thoughts were maybe Wet n Wild Coverall Coverstick Concealer would be a cheapier version of it.
Wet n Wild Coverall Coverstick unfortunately is available in three shades all of which are quite pink in undertone. Sad sigh! This comes in a twist up lipstick barrel so you can just swipe on, blend it out, and go. I guess our grandmother’s had something right when it came to this packaging as it is mighty handy when you’re in a rush and tossing things in your makeup bag!
Unfortunately the formula is a lot like what our grandmother’s are likely used too as well! I was hoping for something creamy maybe with a bit of lighter coverage that I can use on the weekends when I like lighter, fresher makeup. Unfortunately, this is a stiff, dense formula that tugs in a major way! I tried warming it up on my arm just by swiping it back and fourth a few times to see if it would go a bit more creamy but nope! This one is dry as hell and very, very difficult to spread. It tugs really badly and when I finally am able to get a layer of color under my eyes it’s very difficult to blend out.
Wet n Wild Coverall Coverstick (Light Medium)
Wet n Wild Coverall Coverstick Swatches (Light Medium)
I was thinking oily eye users might like this but even they may experience a very poor application with it. I did double up using it as an eyeshadow primer (still tugs like nobody’s business) and it really intensifies the look of shadow and keeps them locked into place. Unfortunately, it’s still damn difficult to apply it so even using it like this is a chore.
Wet n Wild Coverall Coverstick isn’t grossly over priced so I don’t feel like I lost anything purchasing this but how great would it be if it was $2 bucks and had a great formula?
Anyone try it?