There are a lot of things that Wet N Wild has done right. For example their eyeshadows, gel eyeliner, and Coloricon blushes but their face products have not always been their award winners. I have tried many of their face product in particular their old foundation formula. I hated it. It smelled weird, was streaky, the bottle was almost impossible to get product out of, etc...So when I heard that they were putting out a new formula in all new packaging I got a little bit excited. Over the years Wet N Wild has come leaps and bounds so I held out hope that this new Coverall Foundation would have a lot of new improvement. I finally found it at Riteaid last week along with the new Coverall Powder which I will review in my next post. Both cost $3.99 a piece which if it works well is not a bad price.
Coverage: Now this is one of the misleading parts. The title says "Coverall" which implies that it is full coverage or so I thought. I would say that this is more of a medium coverage but I did find it to be build able. Redness, dark spots, and acne scaring shouldn't be an issue for this foundation but if you need a true full coverage it may not cut it for you.
Texture: The texture of this foundation is a dream!!! It is a mixture between a gel/cream but it is quite possibly the smoothest foundation that I have seen in a while. It worked into my skin really well and evenly. I didn't have to work it in too much and there were not streaks. I also liked that it applied to all parts of my face evenly. I have some dry areas and usually foundation tends to cake up in those areas but this did not. It gave me an even canvas.
Wear Time: I wore this foundation everyday and wore it for 10 plus hours and it was a real trooper for the price. I had to touch up about 5 hours in. Now I paired it with the Coverall Powder to give it some extra staying powder and to make it more matte which may be the key. The two together are great and last a long long time.
Overall I think that for the low cost it is wonderful. I think this is great for beginners or for people on a budget.
Have you tried it? Let me know your thoughts!