Wet 'n' Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color Review, Photos, Swatches

Wet 'n' Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color
Wet ‘n’ Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color

Wet ‘n’ Wild Mega Last Lip Color: 909D

Wet ‘n’ Wild #909D Mega Last Lip Color ($2.99 for 0.11 oz.) is a long-wearing formula designed to last four hours while providing full color coverage in one stroke in semi-matte, cream finishes. #909D is a rich coral-orange that leans far more orange than it does coral, but it’s not quite a true orange. It did deliver true, opaque color in a single pass.  I do wish they would include the actual names, rather than just the number, on the label.

my thoughts on the formula: It has a smooth, glide-on texture that’s not really creamy but doesn’t drag. The finish itself is semi-matte with a very soft sheen but no shimmer. Based on this shade, I didn’t detect any scent or taste, which is actually quite welcome–all too often less expensive brands have very synthetic or waxy scents. This shade wears four hours before fading. It is not moisturizing and only a touch drying; those with drier lips may want to prep with balm first.

#909D

$2.29.
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Longevity
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Wet 'n' Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color
Wet ‘n’ Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color

Wet 'n' Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color
Wet ‘n’ Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color

Wet 'n' Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color
Wet ‘n’ Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color

Wet 'n' Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color
Wet ‘n’ Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color

Wet 'n' Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color
Wet ‘n’ Wild 909D Mega Last Lip Color

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So pretty. Coral is all time favorite color for any kind of makeup. I, too, find it annoying that WnW has names for their lipsticks but only put the number on the bottom. This one is called “Cora-line.”

This is so nice! I’ll have to check them out next time I go to Walmart. Wet n Wild at the Walmarts in my area (Ottawa, Canada) are never this cheap, but still much cheaper than drugstore makeup.

To follow up, I picked up the shade “red velvet” at Wal Mart today and am blown away. It is a beautiful red, so pigmented and feels very nice on my lips. I am going to pick a tonne of these up!

Your application looks so smooth! I have 902C (Bare It All), and the texture is chalky! Good thing they’re cheap.

All of the names were online the last time I looked, but now some shades aren’t even on there.

How do you tell if you have a warm or cool skin tone? I’ve been told if you look better in gold, you’re warm but if you look better in silver, you’re cool but I can’t really tell a difference.

🙁 I honestly can’t tell if mien are more blue or more green they kind of look both? I am pretty pale though so I just guessed or assumed that I have cool undertones.. wish i knew for sure though!

I am really glad your give the WNW line a very positive rating. Too often, the more inexpensive cosmetic lines get overshadowed by the department store brands. I really like the Mega Last line. I find it to be very comparable to the MAC long last lipsticks (I have forgotten the name of the MAC line) in terms of colour selection and the duration of wear. I do believe the name of the colour you are showing is Coraline. I have this colour in my collection. It’s gorgeous. Thanks a lot, Christine. I really appreciate this and all the other reviews you do. Before I purchase any cosmetic, I refer to your site 🙂 Keep up the fantastic work!

This line of lipsticks is surprisingly good for their dirt-cheap price and drugstore pedigree. I hope you’ll review some of the other Mega Last colors!

It’s nice seeing a company like Wet n Wild up their game. I remember them when I was a kid and their stuff was horrid.

I love these lipsticks but the packaging is terrible! The cylindrical shape doesn’t allow for a precise line (how did you get it to look so nice? lol!) and the lipstick isn’t very secure in the base and can fall out 🙁

very nice! i’m glad that you’ve started reviewing these Christine, I was pleasantly surprised when I tried one that was comparable to Ruby Woo from MAC =)

Value is compared across similar brands – it’s cheap but it also is lower in quantity than other competing brands!

after trying one of these lipsticks, i went out and bought every single one of them! i love the formula that much! and the price is just as loveable! Try the peachy color in 903d!

What a great color! I’ve been looking for a good coral-orange to try, and did not want to spend a bundle (just broke bank on a slew of Nars stuff). This is a must try buy!

What a great color on you! I have this lipstick in nude (Bare it all) and in a brightish pink mauve (Mauve Outta Here) and their pigmentation and lasting power is surprisingly top-notch for such a cheap product. I heart these, and plan on getting more. Thanks for the detailed, accurate review! <3

How funny! I just picked this one up tonight and then came home to see your review. I have almost all of the these lipsticks since I like the formula so much and you can’t beat it for the price.
I’m NW15/20 and this color looks great even on me. So pretty for summer. 🙂

This looks gorgeous on you! Thanks for posting Wet N Wild Lippies, I’d love to see them all! I’m much more interested in drugstore products than high-end at this point. 😉

love this color…but feel like i may already have in mac line… I know this is a silly question but is there a mac dupe? and Do you know if the whole line of mega last lip color is absent with the “waxy” smell? thx you

No, I don’t know, since I do not have the entire line – sorry!

Lady Danger comes to mind, but I would say it is redder!

I’m so impressed with what Wet ‘n’ Wild has been doing lately. It’s nice to have a cheaper option when it comes to getting quality makeup.

Love this formula! I just bought shade 903C (whose name, Just Peachy, I’ve committed to memory since it’s not on the tube -_-*) and I’m LOVING it!! Looks gorgeous topped with Lancome’s Juicy Tubes in Simmer.

wow, thanks! I kinda fell for orange lipstick after you posted the Givenchy tangerine a few days ago… this might be my first venture in!

WOW, this looks nice!! SOmetiems i waonder what the difference is betwene cheaper brands and expensive brands as far as the ingredients. That one looks like it could pass for a $20 lipstick (or maybe $14 like MAC) do u have any idea christine?

It’s hard to know exactly, just because there are a lot of behind-the-scenes things that I don’t know about. Most lines do have high markups, but costs can vary based on manufacturing/production (e.g. a lot of higher end products are listed as made in U.S., Canada, France, etc., while cheaper products are often made in China) – you could be paying for higher grade ingredients, more stringent testing, better labor/working conditions, etc. I’m not a chemist and don’t work in the industry, so I don’t have any insight to provide.

i almost picked up siren yesterday!!! but im not sure how much i would wear it… i just ordered the “oranges” lip palette from NYX to try some bolder shades in a more sheer form… who knows, maybe ill rock it and go for it!

I foresee a Wet n’ Wild haul in my near future, thanks to your reviews. Could I pull off coral? I have extremely pale skin and wear MAC’s NC15 so I think I’m slightly yellowish/pinkish?

hahaha, who knew, i actually have this color! i also have the super nude one. i thought i had a much redder one and when i just swatched it on my hand, it looks pretty red to me more than orange or coral. either way, its a super awesome color, but i do recommend putting on some balm and letting it soak in a bit before applying the color, cuz i do find it drying. the nude takes a bit of fanagaling to get it to work just right.

I got this lipstick reading your review, and it looks mind blowing on me..so much, that my husband has asked me to get half a dozen of them. Its looks a bit more towards red on me and I think it would look great on warmer skin tones(I am an NC42). Superb pick..thanks Christine!!

I love these lipsticks- i have tried all brands of lipsticks from high end to dept store and i rate these very high. they are on sale right now at CVS for buy one, get one free. I like the names but they come off if you peel off the plastic wrap- i keep the plastic wrap on by taking a exacto knife and slicing along the plastic where the top and bottom part of tube meets. that way, i keep name as well as ingredient list.

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