Thursday, May 15, 2014

Review and Swatch: Wet n’ Wild eyeshadow trio in 335 “silent treatment”


I’ve heard good things about this eyeshadow trio online; mostly about the third color. Since I never had a trio from this brand I decided to try it out.
This palette had three colors: the browbone which is a champagne color, crease which is black with rose gold glitter and eyelid which is a complex lavender/grey/taupe color.

The first color is very light, shimmery, and a bit sheer. This is a basic color that I will use as a highlight. The middle color’s payoff is a bit sheer and patchy. This color applies better when patted on, not swiped. The color reminds me of MAC Black Tied but with different colored glitter. The third color is the real winner in this set. All of the eyeshadows have the velvety texture found in wet n’ wild, but this one really has the great color payoff you can find in the brand. The color itself it so complex, I’ve never seen one like it.

browbone applied to inner eye, eyelid to outer 2/3s and above crease; crease applied to outer third and crease


Overall, the first two colors are a bit basic and kind of “throwaways”, but decent if you have no other colors like the. The third is fantastic, and depending on your budget may be worth the entire $3 of the palette. 

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