Welcome back! If you couldn’t tell by my favorite liquid lipsticks blog a couple of weeks ago, I’m kiiiind of a lipstick junky! Today I’m reviewing the Megalast Liquid Catsuit Matte Lipstick by Wet n Wild. I picked one of these up the other day and instantly fell in love with how it applied and loved it even more when I saw how long lasting it was. I mean it was SO long lasting that I had to remove it with coconut oil rather than my usual makeup remover wipes. So naturally, I thought it would be perfect to do a review over and I went back and bought every color that Walgreen’s had in stock! Upon trying them out more, I did find some cons to these lipsticks as well. Keep reading to find out my thoughts on them!
In order from left to right, the colors are: Nudist Peach, Give Me Mocha, Nice To Fuchsia, Berry Recognize, and Goth Topic.
I broke the swatches up into two sets so that it wouldn’t be so overwhelming looking at them all at once. I also wanted to do 2 layers to see how they build. Nudist Peach is one of my favorites in this collection. It’s vary opaque the first time you apply it. Give Me Mocha, however, was a big flop. I could not get it to look even. It’s not a bad formula, it’s just that the color is not as opaque as the rest of the colors for some reason. It applies about the same on the lips, so I would say if you love the color, just wear a lip liner underneath!
Nice To Fuchsia and Berry Recognize are beautiful colors and as you can see, they were a lot more opaque and even looking after the second layer was applied.
Goth Topic, is actually a very dark berry color, but with the lighting, it’s showing up as more of a dark chocolate color.
In order from left to right, these colors are: Nudie Patootie, Coral Corruption, Pink Really Hard, Flame of the Game, and Missy and Fierce.
Nudie Patootie is the cutest name ever. I thought I wasn’t going to like this color on me, but I actually do. It’s one of those colors that would look great with any eye look. Also, it was one of those that built up and looked a lot better after the second layer.
Coral Corruption is beautiful as well and goes on very smooth. I’m not a big fan of corals on my skin tone though so I will most likely give this one to a friend. Pink Really Hard (I don’t get some of these names) super pigmented and opaque.
Flame of the Game is my FAVORITE color of this collection. In the picture, it looks red, but it’s a really bright red orange in person. I never knew I would like a color that vibrant and orangey but I really do! Missy and Fierce in person is just your classic red color.
Packaging and Pricing
The packaging on these is so sturdy and cute. I love it. I also love the font of Liquid Catsuit. It really stands out. HOWEVER, the applicator is really oddly shaped. It’s not like your normal dough-foot applicator. I’m not sure if it’s just cheaply made or it’s supposed to be shaped like that but I’m not a fan. That’s really not enough to make me not wear these though. It’s not like it’s impossible to use. You also could easily put some product on the back of your hand and apply with a brush.
The price of these is normally $4.99, but they were a dollar off at Walgreen’s (woohoo!) so I got them for only $3.99 a piece. You really can’t beat that.
As I said before, these are so super-duper long wearing that I had to use coconut oil and some elbow grease to get them off. And a lot of times when lipsticks are this long wearing, I find that they stain my lips. These didn’t stain at all!
Another great thing about them is that they do dry down very matte, but they aren’t drying. They do take several minutes to dry though so they are kind of tacky at first.
I’d rate the Liquid Catsuit lipsticks 8.5 out of 10. The 1.5 deduction is for the applicator and the lack of opacity in some of the colors. But overall, I really don’t know how Wet n Wild made these and selling them for only $5 a piece. That’s pretty amazing in my opinion. Lately, I’ve been grabbing these over my Kylie Candy K liquid lipstick.