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Wet N’ Wild Cushion Foundation Review

I have been dying to try this Wet N’ Wild Cushion Foundation after seeing a lot of people raving about it. So I went ahead and picked this up as seen on my haul post. There’s not much of cushion foundations in the west market so this really is worth a try. I have used a lot of cushions from Korean brands so i’m curious if this will be as good as those. 


  • Luminous, Lightweight & Buildable
  • Hydrating Formula
  • Has SPF 15
  • Contains Natural Coconut Derivative
  • Vegan & Cruelty Free
  • Net Wt. 0.52 oz / 15 g
  • Expires after 2 years
  • PHP599


It comes in a box which has all the details of the cushion. The actual product comes in a round compact that has a decent mirror and a cushion puff as an applicator. The compact is made up of a hard plastic or an acrylic so it’s lightweight and handy. The design of the compact is a face of a cartoon girl which makes the product look like a toy. Lol! But I do like it. Especially that the color of the girl’s face changes per shade. It’s too cute and cool!


It comes in 8 shades which I am not fond of because it’s hard to find your perfect match in this limited range. I got the shade 119A-Buff Beige which is for medium skintone and warm undertone. I like that brands are putting on skintone and undertone details per shade because it is easier for the consumer to choose their shades. 

Formula & Application:

wet n’ wild cushion foundationCushion Foundation Freshly Applied

The formula is basically the same with most of the cushions that i’ve tried. It definitely is luminous when applied but what wow-ed me was the coverage! Most cushions only have light coverage. For this one, you can’t really see it right off the bat but when it finally sets, it does cover some of my blemishes. I must say that this has a nice coverage. It is buildable and doesn’t cake. It’s a medium coverage but you can build it up to full if you do not have much to conceal. 

This is best applied with the cushion puff with patting motion as it leaves marks/lines if you drag the product. 

It also has a smell but is not overpowering. I actually liked how it smells.


Wet n’ wild cushion foundationCushion Foundation after 8 hours

It lasts for a good 6-8 hours but for me, since I have a combination to oily skin, it starts to oil up on my T-zone after two hours. 


The only cons that I can think of is the shade range and that with this kind of foundations, you’ll get through it in so little time. You have to flip the cushion to get more of the liquid which can be messy and unsanitary.

According to a Youtube Video that I have recently watched, this cushion can last up to 479 swatches! You can watch it here.

Verdict for the Wet N’ Wild Cushion Foundation

Overall, this cushion foundation is good for those who are always on-the-go and want something that’s easy to apply. It looks like your skin but better and gives you that healthy glow. Everything that I put on top of this cushion stayed/blended well. I liked that the longer it is on my fave, the prettier it gets. 

I give this foundation 4 out of 5 stars! Would definitely recommend you to try the Wet N’ Wild Mega Cushion Foundation!

Jam Nesreen

25 thoughts on “Wet N’ Wild Cushion Foundation Review

  1. I’ve seen this on my bestfriend’s vlog recently and she highly recommends it as well! I need to try this one too, we have the same skin type. Love this review Jam! Xx


  2. Good review! I have a similar skin type-I get oily so fast so it’s really hard to find makeup that will keep me looking shine-free. Glad you mentioned you were shiny after a couple hours. It might be worth trying to keep in my locker at the gym though! 🙂
    xo Chelsea |

  3. It is always nice to see beauty products being introduced in the market regularly. The cover is cute! Love that there is SPF in the foundation as well. It’s great that the foundation gives a natural look. Glad you enjoyed the foundation!

    Nancy ♥

  4. Cushion foundations are the one type that I’ve never tried! I’m torn on if I should or not!
    -Kyra |

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