Get Wild with the Wet N Wild Beauty Goth-O-Graphic LIMITED EDITION – Spring with a Holographic Edge – Collection

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As a teenager (and oh, my GOTH! That was a very long time ago!), I was all about grungy colors and pastels, as were the years. I’m sure you can guess the decade, as well! Wet N Wild Beauty was definitely my go-to when it came to eyeliners, eyeshadows, etc. to experiment with makeup and colors, and I’m SO proud of how far Wet N Wild has come! They are on top of all the trends, and they still keep up with their affordable prices. When they announced the Goth-O-Graphic Collection, I knew I’d be grabbing the entire collection (and at $39.99 for the ENTIRE set – that’s kind of a steal!). So, shall we dive in?

In this collection are:

  • Wet N Wild Moon Tears Loose Highlighter
  • Wet N Wild White Raven MegaGlo Highlighting Powder
  • Wet N Wild Purple Ashes MegaGlo Highlighting Powder
  • Wet N Wild Hell-O Darkness MegaGlo Highlighting Stick
  • Wet N Wild Liquid Catsuit Metallic Lipstick: Wicked Pink, Pastel Grunge, Gunmetal Heart, Death to Unicorns
  • Wet N Wild Liquid Catsuit Liquid Eyeshadow: Pure Intension, Mystic Dreamer, Goth Tears, Nyctophilia
  • Wet N Wild MegaLiner Metallic Liquid Eyeliner: Skull Prayer, Pink Coffin, Black Butterfly

Moon Tears Loose Highlighter seems to be the most sought after because I don’t see it on the website. You may be able to find it in-store, so don’t give up! This is a loose highlighter, so I’m assuming it’s perfect for the body, as well. This shade is gorgeous and universal. It’s pigmented, but it also blends beautifully. I love that the sifter has the shape of a skull. So cute! Moon Tears is used in all pictures alongside White RavenPurple Ashes on high points of my cheeks. 

Another sought after highlighter from this collection appears to be the Wet N Wild MegaGlo Highlighting Powder in White Raven. This shade may seem intimidating, but it’s absolutely gorgeous on all skintones, in my opinion. It’s a duochrome – ivory with a purple flip. Absolutely lovely. The other shade is Purple Ashes, another beautiful color that may appear intimidating, as well, but it’s a gorgeous lavender with pinky tones. These are really soft, don’t leave any dust, and are blendable! In all pictures, Purple Ashes is used as blush, while White Raven accompanies it on high points of cheeks.

The Wet N Wild MegaGlo Highlighting Stick in Hell-O Darkness is really beautiful. It has a holographic and duochrome quality. It may seem unwearable, but believe me, when it blends in, it brings out the light from within. In all pictures it is used on my forehead, high points of my face, and under the lips. 

There are 3 MegaLiner Metallic Liquid Eyeliners in the shades Skull Prayer, Pink Coffin, Black Butterfly. The applicator is stick straight, and it makes it really easy to line the lash line. The pigmentation could have been more, but it is a great way to add a little something. I also wish that it wasn’t so hard to get product on the applicator and that’s probably WHY the pigmentation was such. All pictures show Black Butterfly on lash line. 

Top to bottom: Scull PrayerPink CoffinBlack Butterfly

There are 4 Liquid Catsuit Metallic Lipsticks. These are said to be buildable, but I had a difficult time building it up after 1 coat, so they would be better as lip toppers. In fact, if you used them over colors similar to the base, it would look fantastic! 

From top to bottom: Wicked Pink, Gunmetal Heart, Death to Unicorns, and Pastel Grunge

Top to bottom: Gunmetal HeartPastel GrungeWicked Pink, and Death to Unicorns

Wicked Pink is a frosted silver-toned baby pink metallic. It would look spectacular on a warm mid-tone pink, in my opinion. 

Gunmetal Heart would have been my go-to in college, as I wore only frosty silver, sheer lipsticks. This would look so gorgeous on a pink, mauve base. 

Pastel Grunge is fun! I mean, a frosty periwinkle! How beautiful is that?! Look at this pretty color. I kind of wish it were more opaque.

And, finally, we have Death to Unicorns, a blackened purple with multi-colored sparkle throughout. 

Liquid eyeshadows are the new IT thing, and let me tell you, I need every single kind of liquid eyeshadow. Why? They are perfect to bring your eyes to life! Halo eyes, anyone? Yep, you need liquid eyeshadows for that. Glitter eyes? Yep, liquid eyeshadows. The perfect foiled eyes? Yep, liquid eyeshadows. You can also use it for face art, as well. Pure Intension, Mystic Dreamer, Goth Tears, Nyctophilia are the shades, and if you don’t grab anything, try these, at least! (Also, fun fact, Nyctophilia means lover of the darkness and/or night). They are so super fun and beautiful! You have to work quickly to blend because they do dry down quickly! This #EOTD lasted on me for hours without creasing! But, as you can see, it is kind of patchy in places because they are meant to be toppers, I guess, but it was still a very fun look! 

Left to right: Pure Intension, Goth Tears, Nyctophilia, and Mystic Dreamer

Top to bottom: Pure Intension, Mystic Dreamer, Goth Tears, Nyctophilia

And, finally, how did I achieve this #EOTD? Simple. We have Goth Tears on the eyelid with Mystic Dreamer patted in center. Nyctophilia is in the crease, and Pure Intension is in the inner corners. 

What do you think of this collection? Will you be picking anything up (or all)? I do hope Wet N Wild Beauty keeps coming up with collections like these! They are just awesome! 

Website: wetnwildbeauty.com

Purchased by me. All opinions are honest and my own.

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  1. I totally love the skull packaging. Funky and stunning.

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