Hey, hey glamour babes! I'm back and I am more ready than ever to talk about my second to last review on Wet n Wild's Lost in the Wild flowers Megaglo All in one Highlighting Stick ($3.99), which you can grab online at wetnwildbeauty.com. This creamy multi-purpose highlighting stick illuminates skin by adding shimmer and color to the eyes, lips, face, and body.

There are three shades in the collection, each representing a wild flower that's described in a fun whimsical way (Marigold Round, Light up my Hibiscus, and Carnational Anthem, creatively cute, right?!).

I only purchased one since I never had much luck with highlighting sticks. They are usually difficult to apply and tend to not blend well for me, creating a hot mess all over my face. I kinda feel like an inverted Zebra, instead of black striping, I'm walking around in stripes of champagne gold, LOL! Sounds magical and pretty, but it really isn't.

Out of the three, I felt that Marigold Round stood out more as a highlighter than Light up my Hibiscus (rosy pink) and Carnational Anthem (corally peach).

They looked like blush sticks more than anything, and I am here to review a highlighting stick, not blush, so what would be the point in that?! It would only be a waste a money, which I am not a fan of, despite my makeup hoarding tendencies, lol.

Marigold Round is a beautiful champagne with a subtle hint of pink.

My apologies for only having a wrist swatch, the highlighter was a little tricky to photograph on my face when trying to capture it in the light. As you can see from my hand, once the highlighter stick is applied and blended it becomes very sheer, producing a sheen effect rather than a full on shimmer highlighters tend to create. 

The formulation of Wet n Wild's Megaglo highlighting stick is light weight, creamy, actually applies quite evenly, and gives the face and body a nice subdued dewy glow (for best results, use a foundation oval brush), so no inverted zebra stripes were created during application, lol. I didn't really care for using this particular shade as a lipstick or eye shadow, it came out looking very frosted, taking me back to the dreaded makeup era I hate most....the 80's! Brrrrr, I'm getting chills just thinking about it. If frosted is your preferred choice in a lipstick or shadow, then Wet n Wild's Megaglo Marigold Round Highlighting Stick is the one for you! The best part about this highlighter stick is that the incandescent glow last all day, just as long as the highlighting powder from this collection. Who here has gotten lost in the wild flowers? Wet n Wild sure got me flowered up with their collection so far, how about you?!

Thanks for reading.  Stay beautiful! Xo.

Published by Samantha Malin