It comes to my attention that I haven’t really given brands I haven’t really trusted in producing good foundations for woman of color. Wet n Wild is one of them it is not a brand that shouts on top of the roof scamming we are here for the dark skin woman. As new to the brand I had to do some research.. Wet n Wild launched in 1979 in Brooklyn, NY. It was purchased by Markwins and relocated to Los Angeles in 2003.Am not too sure when it comes to South Africa but I have been seeing it at clicks for years now.
Most of my YouTube subscribes ask what is the thought process in buying a new foundation. I am ways welling to try new foundations there is a list of foundations I want to try but The Wet n Wild Foundation was not on the list. She was an impulsive buy and that’s all there is to it …let’s get into the review shell we
I really liked this foundation…am not going to get to technical about this post. It is very lightweight and dried down well with no oxidization. Wet n’ Wild have really stepped. Drugstore is really coming for the high end brands. This foundation has been a dupe to the YSL Fusion Ink Foundation which is amazing….
The packaging it’s a nice glass bottle with a plastic screw top. It has a spatula applicator and not a pump. It’s not as sanitary as I would like it to be. There is one fluid ounce of product, which is pretty much the standard for liquid foundation across the board.