Wet n Wild Pop! Back to School Collection Color Icon Lip Gloss (Raised on Good Corals, Strawberries and Femme, and Very Well Red) Review: Like 0 Twitter Samantha Malin Follow Oct. 5, 2016, 1:36 p.m. in Life and Styles Views: 945 Like us on facebook Now that school is back in session, I thought it'd be most appropriate to learn all about Wet n Wild's new POP! Back to School Color Icon Lip Gloss glamour babes! You got your pens and notebooks ready?! Excellent! Let's start jotting down some notes...... Wet n Wild's POP! Color Icon Lip Gloss is part of their fall limited edition Pop Art Collection that also consists of false lashes, and nail polishes. I always have luck finding the newer Wet n Wild Collections at Rite Aid, never CVS or Walgreens, and they are always in full stock. I wasn't truly wowed by the line-up. I could honestly do without the false lashes in this collection. They looked too heavy, bulky, and cheap in my opinion. What I was truly hoping to see was some fall inspired blushes, highlighters, and deeper autumnal toned polishes. I needed warm coppers, rich brown, luscious berries, and vampy reds, where were they hiding?! Lol. I get that Pop Art is really about bold, fun, and loud colors, but changing it up never hurt. I'm sure Andy Warhol wouldn't have minded, in fact I bet he would have loved this idea! Art is a mere form of expression, is it not? Oh well, you can't always get what you want. I was happy enough to purchase three out of the six Color Icon Lip Glosses that's in the collection; Raised on Good Corals, Strawberries and Femme, and Very Well Red sorta gave me a fall feeling. The other three colors didn't really speak to me nor would have worked with my complexion, which were; Jackie a La Mode (pale pink), Lilac Theatre (pale lilac), and Violet in Furs (deep purple). Raised on Good Corals is a peachy coral Strawberries and Femme is a milky pink Very Well Red is a cherry red. The formulation is slick, light weight, easy to apply, comfortable to wear, moisturizing, non-sticky, and has a high shine jelly finish. Each of the glosses provide a doe foot wand making life a whole lot easier with a precise application, and sheer to medium coverage. Raised on Good Corals and Strawberries and Femme are definitely sheer in this bunch since I had to apply two coats to get the color to show on my lips for ya'll. Very Well Red has medium coverage, and one coat is only needed. I like the pigmentation of Wet n Wild's Color Icon Glosses, they are soft and subtle. There are days I don't feel like throwing on a bold lipstick when doing everyday things, and these do the trick if I need some moisturizing with a lovely tint of color. They do feather a bit, but its not very noticeable with the shades I chose. The wear I wasn't too happy about. I got about an hour and a half wear with and without eating or drinking. I figured this much though, most of the lip glosses I own from Wet n Wild don't last long. No biggie, I only ended up paying $6 for all of them ($1.99 a piece). I'll just use them when my lips need some extra conditioning as we head into winter. Have you tried Wet n Wild's Back to School Collection?! Could you please share your thoughts among the class?! I hope this makeup lesson was insightful. Class is now dismissed! See you soon! Stay beautiful, xo. Published by Samantha Malin Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles DEAR WOMEN Life and Styles Escape from the BS Life and Styles It Is Still August Right?