This is a good option for the those that are cost-conscious. I find that I need to use a lot of the product to get a good glow - this isn’t too much of a problem though because you get a fair amount of product in one container. I also found it’s a very “loose” powder, it doesn’t stick to your skin particularly well. Not a bad option, but you pay for what you get!
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Wet n Wild MegaGlo Highlighting Powder, Precious Petals Review
Tips: I find it works better using my fingers to blend it in rather than a brush.
For the price, I absolutely love this highlighter. The color is so pretty and builds up very well. A little goes a long way and it's a very nice highlighter for day to day use.
Tips: For a pretty day look, I highlight quite a large area of my face (almost like a bronzer) and it gives a nice, warm glow. For a night look, I build the product up on my cheekbones for a strong, shimmery look.
Spray a bit of setting spray first for a more pigmented look.
I like this bronzer it went onto my brush very smooth without it crumbling to much. It made a metalick kind of shimmer on my skin. It looked a little bit to dark for my light skin (for me).
All in all a very good bronzer and a nice colour
I really enjoy this highlighter as the price was really good and you get a lot of product for said price. I wouldn't call it the most subtle of highlighters as there is a fair amount of shimmer to this so use sparingly. I like that this comes in a small variety of different shades and that if subtlety wasn't what you were going for, then this highlighter is bomb
Tips: Use sparingly as a little can go a long way. The product is sometimes a bit hard to get out of the pan so a finger or short stiff brush is good to use.
I bought this on a whim at farmers and regret it. While it’s pretty in the pan, the shade is too orange for pale skin and leaves a dark orange line on your skin if you’re out of the sunlight. I’ve found it doesn’t take much for it to leave the mark.
Tips: Swatch before buying to see if it will leave a mark out of sunlight Buy if you don’t like a lot of high light
I picked this up on a whim when placing a Farmers order online. I had read good reviews about wet n wild highlighters but not being able to swatch the shade was a worry initially.
Precious petals is a gorgeous peachy/golden shade with shimmery undertones. I have quite pale skin so I was worried it may be too dark but the colour is very buildable and flattering on my porcelain skin. It leaves a lovely glow without being glittery. It is definitely a highlighter most skin types can use. I apply this using the wet n wild fan brush as I find I get a more subtle look.
The plastic packaging isn't what I would consider high-end, the lid marks easily and has already broken at the hinge but considering the size of the pan and the price I can live with this.
This is a really beautiful highlighter and is a steal for $12.99. It has become one of my go to highlighters and I highly recommend this shade.
Tips: Don't use with a wet or slightly damp brush. I accidentally did this and ruined the texture of the highlighter in one part of the pan.
I got this highlighter as a gift and I am so stoked with it. It looks gorgeous, picks up really well on the brush and applies nicely to the face. It has a beautiful glow and lasts me the entire day.
The only thing with it is that you do need to tap off a bit of the excess so it doesn't get everywhere.
Tips: I use a setting spray on the brush after picking up product for a blinding highlight.
I have to be honest I only bought this product 2 days ago and it’s pretty good. It’s quite a subtle highlighter but is definitely buildable so can be more striking with a heavier hand. I love the colour as it’s a great everyday highlight that would suit most skin tones. It has lasted a good 6 hours before fading slightly but I did have to apply a lot of product. It comes in a slim plastic container which fits perfectly inside any makeup bag. I will definitely buy this again as it was a great price but it’s definitely not the best low priced highlighter I’ve tried. Wet N Wild are a great brand and are cruelty free which isn’t always the case with many lower priced brands but it definitely tries to read reviews before committing to any of their products .
Tips: Use a firm brush as a lighter brush just won’t pick up enough product
This highlighter is amazing. It is better than a number of my high end expensive highlighters and its only $13 at Farmers. I am blown away by how great this is, so reflective and shimmery without being glittering and chunky. It is perfect.
I bought Precious Petals from the WetnWild website (before it was available in NZ) for $USD4.99. When it comes to the packaging you get what you pay for with the plastic compact that is prone to scratches.
In the pan the product appears to be a semi frosty light peach so naturally I started to regret my decision thinking it may prove to be too ashy on me. The texture is smooth with only a bit of kick up when I use a tapered brush.
On my skin it’s a soft warm gold peach with a touch of shimmer which is similar to two other highlighters in my collection; Becca Champagne Pop and Dose of Colors Fuego. It’s not just a great dupe but also the quality is on par with Becca but for a fraction of the cost! The only difference with the WNW highlighter is that it gives off an intense metallic sheen so I would recommend using a fan brush to build up the desired intensity.
This highlighter can emphasise texture on my skin but it doesn’t bother me too much (after all it’s a highlighter not a concealer!). It last 6+ hours over my face paint which is quite good considering I have oily skin. If you’re on a budget and would like to get a ‘high-end quality’ product I recommend buying Precious Petals.