Wet n Wild Fantasy Makers Glitter Eyeliner {Review}

Pros: Fun shades, dense glitter, economically priced
Cons: Peels off easily, seasonal item, only available in glitter shades

The Wet n Wild Fantasy Makers brand is a limited time series of products to help at Halloween. While most of the products are really out there–black lipstick, glow in the dark nail polish–there are some fun everyday products. Most of the products aren’t vegan, but there are a few. I’ve compiled a Fantasy Makers vegan list.

As far as I can tell, the Fantasy Makers line isn’t available online, meaning it’s scavenger hunting time. I haven’t been able to find everything (oh, where are you tombstone polishes?!), but the largest display I’ve found so far is at Walgreens. My local CVS has been a huge disappointment. I don’t live next to any Rite Aids so I can’t comment on their selection.

Fantasy Makers Glitter Eyeliner

Rating: B
Price: $2.99 USD
Shades Available: 4 shades (?)
Weight: 0.16 oz
Where to Buy: Seasonal; In drugstores like Walgreens, CVS or Rite-Aid, and Spencer’s Spirit Halloween stores

I’m a fan of liquid eyeliner, though I often refer to it as the most harrowing part of the makeup process. Fortunately, you don’t have to be quite as careful since most of the eyeliners are glitter in a clear suspension rather than a pigmented shade, which is far more forgiving.


The packaging is a no-nonsense straight clear tube with a glossy black, plastic top. The shade name and ingredients label serves as a safety sticker, meaning the ingredients label gets messed up when you open the tube.

Packaging of Wet n Wild Fantasy Makers Glitter Eyeliner

The applicator wand has a thin brush. I know there are some who prefer the felt applicator, but I’m a big fan of the brush tips.


I find that the glitter is denser than in the similar e.l.f. Essential Liquid Eyeliners Copper or Stardust. The Fantasy Makers Glitter Eyeliners are also more subtle. You could probably pull off wearing the black glitter eyeliner without too many noticing.

My biggest gripe is that the shadows only last a few hours before they begin to peel and/or flake off, making them not feasible to use in an all day look.


I purchased three shades.

I’m not sure how many colors of the glitter eyeliner there are. I think there’s at least four, but the display was picked over by the time I found it.

Swatches of Wet n Wild Fantasy Makers Glitter Eyeliner


This is a teal glitter. I’m not much for teal and blue eye products, but I think I like this shade best out of the three.


Whimsical is a pretty shade with silver glitter in a clear base.


This is the only pigmented shade of the three, with black and silver glitter in a black base. I would love to wear this all day if I didn’t have to deal with the product peeling off after a few hours.


Final Thoughts

I do like these Fantasy Makers Glitter Eyeliners. They are a fun little product with good payoff.

Unfortunately, the flaking banishes them to the realm of Halloween makeup.