Wet n Wild Shock Therapy On Edge Long Wearing Eye Pencil is a new shade that launched with the Wet n Wild Spring 2016 Collection. Wet n Wild seems to have revised packaging on all of their newest Spring releases and dropped the “Fergie” from all the packaging as I guess Fergie is no longer their spokesperson. They also have reformulated a few products such as their Coloricon Blushes.
Let’s take a look at the Wet n Wild Shock Therapy On Edge Long Wearing Eye Pencil!
Wet n Wild Shock Therapy On Edge Long Wearing Eye Pencil ($3.49) seems like a rehash of the shade Ex-Stacey which released in Spring 2014 with the Fergie Centerstage Collection. I don’t own Ex-Stacey but I’ve seen swatches and felt this was very much the same.
For the price and the color Shock Therapy might be worth a pick up as it’s under $4 bucks for a generously sized eyeliner that weights in at 0.4 oz. I have two shades of this eyeliner already and it’s a pretty nice formula with a creamy gel consistency that glides on easily and applies without tugging or skipping and wears for a solid eight hours with a nice color pay off. Shock Therapy is a bit denser in consistency but still applies smoothly and should play nicely with oily eyes. It has a gel-like consistency that doesn’t quite qualify as a creamy but it glides on smooth enough without tugging or skipping!
Honestly, there are much better formulas at the drugstore currently but Shock Therapy is a shade that isn’t readily available in those formulas. Maybelline’s new Lasting Drama Waterproof Gel Pencil and L’Oreal Infallible Silkissime Eyeliner all have some really vibrant, jewel shades but none have as gorgeous a hot pink as Shock Therapy so in this Wet n Wild is unique.
If you’re strapped for cash and can’t really afford to dish out for Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil in say Woodstock you might wanna switch things up and pay under $4 bucks for Wet n Wild Shock Therapy On Edge Long Wearing Eye Pencil at your local drugstore! It’s a fun shade to have in your stash.
Own it already?
Do share your thoughts on the formula and shade!