- Easy to apply
- Adds glow
- May be good for those with drier skin or redness
- Can be worn alone or under makeup
- Too shiny (may work better under a matte foundation)
Wet n Wild Glass Correct Primer Review
This Wet n Wild green primer didn’t add much to my skin except a glassy finish. The glowy formula may work best under a matte foundation.
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Wet n Wild Prime Focus Glass Correct face primer is a little too shiny.
The Wet n Wild Prime Focus Glass Correct Primer (whew, a mouthful!) has a crystal-like finish that looks like glass. The website describes it as “a mirror to a parallel dimension,” that’s how shiny it is. But in my opinion, the formula’s a little too shiny. For me, it didn’t work under the natural finish e.l.f. Camo CC Cream. It added glowiness that my skin didn’t need.
However, I still enjoyed this primer, and I think it may look better for others or with different products. Let’s jump into Wet n Wild Glass Correct Primer Review.
Promises vs. Performance: This green primer should color correct and give skin radiance.
This is a color correcting primer with a crystal-like skin finish. It claims to be suitable for all skin types and dries down translucent. The lightweight formula should bring radiance without the grease or shine. This product comes in two colors: the yellow primer has added vitamin C while the green primer contains spirulina to color correct. Both can be worn alone or under makeup.
My Review Thoughts: Wet n Wild Glass Correct Primer
I chose the green primer to color correct my skin. When I tested this product, I compared it to NYX Marshmallow Primer ($17). I smoothed the Wet n Wild on the left and the NYX on the right. Then I applied the e.l.f. Camo CC Cream ($14) over both and wore it all day.
When applying, I noticed just how shiny this primer is. It definitely holds up to its claims of a glassy finish. However, I didn’t enjoy the extra glowiness under the Camo CC Cream. I preferred the NYX Marshmellow Primer side for its smooth, soft focus finish. After the day wear test, both primers performed similarly. They didn’t extend the CC Cream’s wear time. Both sides of my forehead were shiny, and the cream had cracked and pilled on my chin and around my mouth. And my face still looked extra shiny on the Wet n Wild side.
But I’m excited to try this Wet n Wild primer under a matte foundation. I think this would give a more lit from within look. It also might be better for those with drier skin or those who struggle with redness.
Milabu Beauty Method: 2 steps for extra glassy, dewy skin.
Applying this glassy face primer is super easy, especially when using your fingers.
- Squeeze a small amount of this green primer onto your fingertips.
- Spread onto your skin with small strokes until your entire face is covered.
Tip: If you only want to add a little bit of glow, try applying this primer only to the high points of your face, like the top of your cheekbones and above your temples.
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Edited by Darby