Wet N Wild Vegan Brushes Review

February 2, 2016



Wet N Wild recently released their own brush line and of course I had to get my hands on them as soon as I saw them. I instantly fell in love with the design of the brush, they're all white with pink tips. What's even better is that they are completely vegan, cruelty and gluten-free. I'm not quite sure what it means to be "gluten-free" because I've never heard anyone use the term "gluten" for beauty products. However, Wet N Wild products are usually cruelty free and to release vegan brushes at such a low price, it's no wonder these brushes were selling out quick! These brushes are on sale for as low as 99 cents to no higher than $3, which makes them not only super cute but affordable as well. I'm not vegan or anything but I've never liked the idea of using products that were tested on animals so I've just recently been looking into buying only from brands that are cruelty free and or vegan. So if you're also on the market for some brushes that have NOT been tested on animals and are vegan I would most definitely look into buying these brushes.
The brushes I purchased were their flat top, powder, contour, foundation, fan, and angled eyeliner brushes. The brushes are synthetic and at first they felt "cheap" when I brushed them against my hand but as soon as I used these to apply my makeup, it was a completely different ball game. The brushes feel extremely soft against my face and didn't tug or graze my face like those other cheap-o brushes. Also, I've have these brushes for about a week now and they haven't been showing any signs of shedding yet so so far so good. The only brush that I wasn't impressed with though was their fan brush. The fan brush felt odd on my skin and out of all the brushes felt the most "plastic." 
When I used these brushes to apply my makeup I was really taken back at how effortlessly it blended out my makeup. I used the flat top brush to apply my foundation and it wasn't streaky whatsoever. Also with the contour brush, my bronzer wasn't splotchy at all. Overall I am extremely impressed with how these brushes applied my makeup because you wouldn't or couldn't really find good brushes like these at such a low price. Aside from the fan brush I am most definitely happy with these brushes and will most likely purchase all the rest of brushes from this collection. 
Some might be wondering how they compare to E.L.F brushes because E.L.F also offers brushes at a fairly low price. What I noticed the biggest difference between the two brands is their performance and this is where I believe these Wet N Wild brushes kind of took the win over E.L.F. I've noticed that with the E.L.F brushes (the ones I own  at least) sometimes application is a bit streaky and spotty, but with the Wet and Wild brushes everything blends out so smoothly and so far I have had little complaints with this set. I also believe that the E.L.F brushes just pick up too much product sometimes and because of that my makeup would look a bit cakey but that is not a problem with the Wet N Wild brushes. So if you're on a budget but also on the market for some good brushes I would suggest you check out these brushes. They're super affordable and do an amazing job when applying makeup. It's a win-win situation because you get amazing brushes as such an amazing price.
To purchase these brushes you can get them at your local Walgreens or purchase them online. Has anyone else tried out these brushes yet? What were your guy's initial thoughts on them? Let me know in the comments below :)


6 comments

  1. These makeup brushes look so pretty! I love white. I really need some new make up brushes so I might look into these! I'd love it if you'd comment back http://www.amyelizabethfashion.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/health-vs-aesthetics.html xx

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    1. You should definitely check these out! They're super affordable and if you like ELF brushes then I think you'd love these :)

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  2. Which brush, in your opinion, would be dense enough for blending a creme contour?

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    1. Out of the brushes that I purchased, I would say the flat top brush would work pretty well. However even though the contour brush in this collection is more on the fluffier side, if you pinch the bristles together I would say they would blend out a cream contour fairly well :)
      Best of luck! Hope this helped ♡

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  3. Which one do you think it's better for contouring brushes, elf sculpting face brushes or wet n wild contour brush?

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    1. I would say both are great! But really is based off preference. The Wet n' Wild brushes are more on the fluffier side so if you prefer brushes that are more compact and will ensure a more "chiseled" and defined line then definitely go for elf brushes.

      I hope this helped! ♡

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