Wet n Wild Within These Adobe Walls Megashield Lip Color Review, Photos and Swatches!

wet n wild within these adobe walls review

Wet n Wild #372S Within These Adobe Walls Megashield Lip Color SPF15 

Wet n Wild released a new line of lipsticks to their permanent range this past January called the Megashine Lip Color with a SPF of 15.

These lipsticks are promised to deliver sheer to moderate coverage and comfortable wear, while keeping the lips moisturized with it’s buttery soft texture. (Contains: Vitamin E, Amino Acids, Avocado Oil, and Rice Bran Oil.)

There are fourteen (14) shades in the line-up: #360S Birthday Suit, #361S Peachy Keen, #362S Make Me Blush, #363S Arrest Me Copper, #364S Bare-ly Legal, #365S Ring Around The Rosy, #366S Pink Slip, #367S A Currant Affair, #368S That’s Berry Beautiful, #369S Salsa Lessons, #370S Lolly Popstar, #371S It’s A Girl, #372S Within These Adobe Walls and #373S Pink Cham-pagne.

I don’t know if it was the dim lighting of my CVS, but none of the shades really appealed to my personal taste. Several of the shades have a frosty finish to them, and frost just isn’t my thing.

I did manage to find a shade that I thought would be suitable for daily wear – Within These Adobe Walls, a warm, coral-pink. There is no shimmer or frost, just a lovely cream formula.

wet n wild within these adobe walls lipstick
Wet n Wild #372S Within These Adobe Walls Megashield Lip Color SPF15 

The consistency is very creamy and feels nice on the lips. The consistency reminds me a little bit of YSL Rouge Volupte Lipsticks, but less thin, and more moisturizing (RV’s aren’t moisturizing at all). Maybe a little more similar to MAC’s Sheen Supreme Lipsticks. Some reviews I’ve come across compared these to the new Revlon Lip Butters, but I haven’t tried them yet, so I can’t compare.

#372S in particular has fantastic color payoff. The color is opaque in just a few swipes. I also love that it has a shiny finish.

The color reminds me a lot of YSL Tender Peach Rouge Volupte Lipstick, but with a stronger pink tone, and less peach.

It’s a very pretty color, and livens up my face.

wet n wild within these adobe walls swatch
Wet n Wild #372S Within These Adobe Walls
As an added bonus, these lipsticks have a SPF of 15, so they provide a little bit of sun protection.
Since I really like the formula of these, I might pick up a couple more shades. It’s A Girl (A pretty pink) and Salsa Lessons (warm red) look like pretty shades.
You can find these at your local drugstore that sells Wet n Wild for $2.99.

26 thoughts on “Wet n Wild Within These Adobe Walls Megashield Lip Color Review, Photos and Swatches!

  1. I got peachy keen and pink champagne a while back. I definitely agree with you about the frosty shades, they make my lips look extra dry. Unfortunately pink champagne is frosty so returned that one but peachy keen is a nice color. I'll have to check out this adobe shade, it's gorgeous!


  2. Do these have a prominent taste or scent to them? I read your review but didn't see that mentioned. I'm very interested in them but have a thing with odd scented lip products. Let me know if you see this! Xx


  3. Wow…this is better than I expected! I know a lot of people raved about the WnW matte lipsticks but I they just aren't moisturizing enough for me but these look great. They are pulling much of the WnW line out of my nearest WnW drugstore but I hope to find these somewhere!


  4. It`s been 3 days since I came across your blog and believe me, I can't take my eyes off it :D.
    Keep up the good work, I love reading all your incredible posts <3.

    Kisses from Romania


  5. Wet N Wild lipcolors have surprised me. Normally I avoid the brand in general because it's so hit or miss, but at this point I really like their lipsticks.


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