January 12, 2015

Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette Review & Swatches

Wet n Wild color wheel

Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette is a new color wheel palette included in the limited edition Wet n Wild Prep & Prime Set. I recently featured Wet n Wild Coverall Primer which also came in the set along with the Coverall Correcting Palette.

The set is $4.99 and Coverall Primer actually retails for that exactly so the correcting palette is free in the set. I know that the primer is available individually for sale but I have yet to see the color wheel so I kinda sorta feel it might be available for a limited time in this gift set.

Let’s take a look!

The Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette is a handy little compact of four color correcting shades. I’ve used these color wheels in the past, heck we probably all have at some point as they can be handy little tools for brightening up your skin tone, concealing problem areas, and prepping prior to foundation for more flawless skin.

The wheel contains purple, yellow, green, and white. White was a surprise for me as none of the wheels I have at the moment have such a glaringly white shade. It’s the only shade that has a hint of shimmer so it can be used to highlight with or you can use it as a base for eyeshadows to deepen colors. The shade runs sheerer but any other cream or powder product can be mixed with it to lighten up a particularly color.

Yellow can be used on dark circles or spots to diffuse their appearance where as lilac can be used to brighten up skin! According to WnW you can also use the lilac shade on yellow discolorations to neutralize their appearance.

And finally Green neutralizes redness so you can use it on blemishes or ruddy cheeks, etc…!

Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette

Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette

Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette swatches

Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette Swatches

I find the formula is creamy but a little difficult to blend. It’s not dry but just a bit on the emollient side so you have to work to get it blended well into skin! Three of the four shades (white runs sheer) are nicely pigmented so they will in fact color correct issues on your complexion.

Honestly, at $4.99 you really can’t beat the price on the Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette as I find color correcting wheels even at their cheapest are still quite expensive and hey, think of this one as being free if you purchase the Prep & Prime Set!

If you’re on the look out for a budget friend color correcting wheel Wet n Wild Coverall Correcting Palette is pretty ok to get the job done. The formula proves a little tough to blend but with proper prepping and primer this one will brighten up your skin tone while concealing any complexion issues you might have!

It’s available now at drugstores in the Wet n Wild Prep & Prime Set.

I purchased this item.

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  • fancie

    Doesn’t sound too bad. Honestly I was expecting this to look chalky or cakey. Seems like drugstore makeup has come a long way

  • Wendy

    Looks like a great bargain! If this does well, I hope that make it permanent.

  • cat

    This feels like one of those things that’s more useful for drag makeup. With the way I wear makeup, I never know how to use things like this.

  • ecfromdc

    i wonder if the purple will help color-correct a foundation that’s a bit too yellow/golden.

  • nancy

    I recently purchased this kit for $5.99 in wpg. It works great, it actually exceeded my expectations. I like the matt/powdery finish. In my opinion the texture holds it in place. The white is a great highlighter. Well worth the $6.

  • bean

    I found that the texture absolutely sucks. Maybe mine’s just a dud, but after my first use it’s become dry and cakes up on my skin. I’ve never been able to get it to blend and it just sits on my skin so there’s a green or yellow patch. And forget about using a concealer brush or a sponge to apply it. I’ve had the best luck with just my fingers, but it still gets all bunched up and separated. I haven’t tried NYX’s CC palette, but I’m willing to bet it’s better than this one based on the reviews.

  • Ashley

    I got this and it burned my skin and broke me out. I don’t have sensitive skin either and I almost never break out(I take extremely good car of my skin). It works well but the burning and break outs have to go