Wet N Wild
These 12-hour, long-wearing liners have rich, hyper-pigmented color, an oh-so-smooth, oh-so-creamy application, and are versatile enough to create any look you wantNo wonder...
|Brand:||Wet N Wild|
|Unit Count:||1 Count|
|Number of Packs:||1 Pack|
|Color:||Taupe of the Mornin'|
|Product Type:||Kohl Eyeliner Pencil|
|Product Line:||Color Icon|
|Brand Name:||Wet n Wild|
You were a preteen, first experimenting with makeup, going to the drugstore with only a buck in your pocket and getting your first wet n wild eyeliner. Well, we were there for you then and we're here for you now - better than ever. These 12-hour, longwearing liners have rich, hyper-pigmented color, an oh-so-smooth, oh-so-creamy application, and are unbelievably versatile to create any look you want. No wonder they're so raved about by celebs and makeup artists. But don't worry, just because we're in Hollywood, doesn't mean we're dropping names.
Beeswax Cire d'abeille, Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax Cire de carnauba, Ceresin, Petrolatum, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Sorbic Acid, Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide/CI 77510, Iron Oxides/CI 77499.
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