Wet n Wild Megalast Lipstick in Sugar Plum Fairy
Compared to MAC Rebel
Shade: Sugar Plum Fairy is a spot-on dupe for Rebel. It doesn't just look similar on the tube, even on the swatches and when worn. They even have the same gorgeous fuchsia tint when they fade.
Opacity: The difference is very slim. Sugar Plum Fairy is creamier, making it slightly more opaque.
Formula: Sugar Plum Fairy has a semi-matte finish, so it has a creamy with a slight sheen finish. Rebel has a satin finish; has a thinner formula and a little more sheen to it.
Longevity: You would think Sugar Plum Fairy would bag this one because of it's finish, but nope. They're equal. Both of them are very long wearing, and leaves a pretty fuchsia stain on my lips.
Taste / scent: Wet n Wild Megalast lipsticks has a slight waxy scent/taste that's very unnoticeable, while MAC has a subtle vanilla scent/taste.
Packaging: Obviously, Rebel has a sleeker and more sophisticated packaging. Also, Sugar Plum Fairy's rounded tip makes it hard for me to reach in the corner of my mouth without going beyond my lip line.
Price: Sugar Plum Fairy wins this one of course! It's very affordable compared to Rebel.
|Left swatch: Sugar Plum Fairy|
Right swatch: Rebel
|Upper lip: Sugar Plum Fairy|
Lower lip: Rebel
Where To Buy:
Wet n Wild Megalast Sugar Plum Fairy Lipstick
3 for PHP500, Lipstick All U Can / @LipstickAllUCan (Instagram)