Wet ‘n’ Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush Review & Swatches

01/08

Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush
Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush

Rose in Peace

Wet ‘n’ Wild Rose in Peace Color Icon Crème Blush ($4.99 for 0.17 oz.) is a medium-dark berry with cool undertones and a natural sheen. It’s supposed to have “pH-activated ingredients that adjust to each person for a unique custom color,” though they describe it as a “flushed berry color.” Initially, it has more of a blackberry appearance–a purplish black with a pinker edge–that developed to a true berry on my skin within a couple of minutes.

It had buildable pigmentation up to medium coverage (it just started to be physically too much product trying to build beyond that) with a thin, emollient texture that had an oily slip to it, but it didn’t seem to slide around on my skin or lift away base products. It applied easily patted onto my cheeks and blended out with fingertips or a stippling brush. There was a dewy sheen that was present for most of the eight hours it lasted for. There was a faint, soapy rose scent but I wasn’t able to detect it once applied. I didn’t notice that there was any leftover stain at the end of the day on my cheeks, but it did stain my arm quite a bit (very quickly).

Ingredients

It’s infusion of a blend of natural butters and oils provides a creamy texture allowing it to blend smoothly onto the skin. A little goes a long way with this buildable and pigment-rich formula.

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Product Availability

Wet 'n' Wild Rose in Peace $4.99/0.17 OZ.
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Reviewer

Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). For more matches, please read our full Foundation FAQ. For more information on our review process, please read our Review FAQ.

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I suspect this is like Lipstick Queen’s Black Lace Rabbit, which has a coordinated lipstick. Like those a lot. Essence did a take on LQ’s other pH lipsticks, Hello Sunshine and Frog Prince.

I love Frog Prince but I think it’s overpriced for what it is. I’m fascinated by these ph-changing formulas. I don’t know why but I want to try this one!

I’ve been quite curious to hear your take on this blush. It’s an interesting one, isn’t it? I’m not gonna lie, but I’m not so sure that it’s for me. It appears oily as can be, which makes me fearful as to whether it would break me out badly.

I can’t really say I’ve seen much in the way of them turning much different! They are not drastically different – maybe more or less bright, IMO.

Gotta agree with Wednesday – sadly, these pH products always seem to turn rather BRIGHT pink on my skin, which is a shame because that’s a pretty berry shade on you!

Also need to add that I love the drugstore brand posts you do! They’re really great for talking myself out of impulse buys.

I was happy to find that this was a pretty berry flush on me, with some sheen but not enough to look greasy. I’m also a sucker for PH-changing products, but didn’t want to shell out for Black Lace Rabbit. I noticed no scent with mine – which was good, because the jelly balm that came with this collection smelled like Chernobyl and my husband physically recoiled when I pecked him on the nose while testing it.

[sigh] These color-changing products are ridiculously gimmicky, but this one … the idea of applying a seemingly black product to my face and having it turn out natural — so intrigued despite myself.

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