Review: Wet N Wild Fergie Come Correct Celebrity ConcealerW

Wet N Wild Come Correct Celebrity Concealer “Fair” swatch (not blended and blended)

Hello my lovelies! I’m here with a review of the Fergie by Wet N Wild Come Correct Celebrity Concealer. I picked this up for $4.99 at Walgreens in the shade Fair. This is the lightest shade available, and there are only three shades in total. The darkest shade is not particularly dark, it looked like a golden/beige color. So the lack of shade range is definitely a con.

On to the concealer itself:

Left: Wet N Wild Concealer on my undereye Right: No Concealer

Top: No concealer on my dark circles Bottom: Wet N Wild concealer under both eyes

Packaging: This concealer comes in a simple black tube, which is easy to use. One thing I noticed is that after having the concealer for a couple weeks, I find I need to squeeze pretty hard to get the concealer out sometimes. I think maybe it dries out at the tip of the tube or something because it wasn’t like that when I first used it.

Texture: This concealer is definitely a bit thick, but blends out easily with the warmth of my finger.

Application: I’ll usually just dab the concealer onto my skin directly from the tip of the tube. I start out with very small amounts of it since it’s quite concentrated, and then blend it out with my finger and dot on more as needed. I wouldn’t advise applying too much at once because it’s thick and would be more likely to crease.

Shade: The shade Fair is definitely too light for me, so I need to go and get a darker shade to mix them and get a better color match. If you are fairer than me, than this should work well for you.

Coverage: The concealer is very pigmented and thick, so you don’t need much of it to cover up what you want to cover. I have only used this to cover dark circles. I’m sure it would be ok to cover acne/blemishes or scars, but I have not tested that out (haven’t needed to…yet haha). I personally prefer to use a cream concealer when I have any blemishes to cover up, but I think that this concealer would be nice to use since you don’t need much of it to cover.

In terms of coverage of my dark circles, it does a pretty good job except the darkness underneath does peek through a bit. This is the case with most concealers I’ve used, so the only fix for me is to use a corrector to cancel that out better.

Wear: I tested this out without primer or any other face makeup in the photos above, and I didn’t experience any creasing throughout the day. At the end of the day, the coverage was still there but it looked like it was starting to break down a bit (but I expect this after wearing it for 9-10 hours without primer). Although it didn’t crease when I wore it on its own, it did settle into the lines under my eyes when I used a little bit over a different concealer (Maybelline Instant Age Rewind).


I like this concealer! The coverage is good and its quite affordable. I also like the convenience of a squeeze tube. The only major con I can think of is the lack of shade range (three shades? C’mon Wet N Wild, you can do better than that!). It seems like they totally neglected people with Medium-Deep skin tones.

Have you tried this concealer yet?

Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

xo Sandy


21 thoughts on “Review: Wet N Wild Fergie Come Correct Celebrity ConcealerW

  1. Great review! The problem I have with concealers is when they settle into the fine lines underneath my eyes. I haven’t found one yet that doesn’t do that.

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  2. We don’t get Fergie stuff here in Canada (I know, I’m sorry I keep bitching about how we don’t get this or that in Canada but I feel left out) only a small selection of the Wet n Wild core collection. This looks like a pretty good product – and of course, well priced too!

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