Saturday, July 14, 2012

Wet n Wild Think Pink Mega Last Lip Color: Review, Photos, & Swatches

Lips take center stage! This 4-hour, longwearing lip color leaves a semi-matte, crème finish in one stroke. Glides on easily with rich, velvety color that doesn't cake, feather, or bleed. Made with hydrating skin-care ingredients: Hyaluronic Microspheres provide extraordinary adhesion to lips, an exclusive polymer complex offers cushion-like feel and texture, and natural marine plant extracts Coenzyme Q10 and Vitamins A & E help smooth lips.

Where to Buy:, $1.99

Wet n Wild Think Pink Mega Last Lip Color (0.11oz for $1.99) is a bright whitened pink lipstick that is designed to be longwearing and help moisturize the lips.


Think Pink Mega Last Lip Color has a very dry feel to it, almost a little sticky. It definitely pulls at your lips when you try to apply it. Its a very thick formula that can cake up fast on the lips if you don't apply it sparingly and it sinks into lip lines. Even if you try putting a lip balm underneath this it will just cause the lipstick to apply splotchy and clump up.


The pigmentation of Think Pink is fantastic! With one swipe you'll get opaque color.

Staying Power:

Wet n Wild claims this Mega Last Lip Colors will last 4 hours, and I've actually found this to last a little over 5 hours! I didn't have any problems with the color feathering in that time, it seemed to completely stay put. Think Pink does have a satin finish when its first applied, but after the first hour it looses that and becomes matte on the lips. Wet n Wild claims the Mega Last Lip Colors have ingredients that will help smooth lips, but upon taking Think Pink off my lips were very dry and cracked.


There are some serious flaws with the Mega Last Lip Color packaging! First off, I really don't think its that hard for all cosmetic companies to make sure their lip products completely twist down into the tubes. Every single time I open Think Pink I end up nicking the lipstick on the edge of the cap, which is not only utterly frustrating, but a complete waste of product as well. The second big issue with the packaging is the label/name. On the bottom of the lipstick you only get a series of numbers and a letter, not the actual name. The name Think Pink was only on the wrapper of the lipstick that you eventually end up throwing away, leaving you with no way of knowing the name later on. I do however like how Wet n Wild has a wrapper on the lipstick as a safety seal, that way you know no one has opened it before you!

Final Verdict:

Even with the $1.99 price tag, I wouldn't suggest using the Wet n Wild Mega Last Lip Colors to expand your lipstick collection! The issues I experienced with the cake-y thick texture really makes it unwearable to me, especially since prepping my lips with a balm before application didn't help. The wear time is a fantastic 5 hours on my lips, but again, none of that is really important if the lipstick looks very thick and is sinking into your lip lines the entire time!


  1. Looks like a lovely colour! I wish we got Wet n Wild in the UK!
    S xx

    1. Oh my gosh I don't know how you guys live without Wet n Wild!


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