My least favorite of the wet n wild trios. this have a gold shadow that look very muddy in mi eyelid. The 2 blues are beautiful.
This is probably my least favorite of the wet n wild trio collection. It's not about the quality but rather the combination of colors. The gold and navy look pretty together in the pan but on my eyes I don't really like the look. The quality as I mentioned is not a factor because they're good quality all except for the navy shade which actually comes off quite dull looking. The baby blue is my favorite. I've read it can come off as a silver type blue but on my olive tan skin it shows up a true pale candy blue. The gold is very gold and yellow-y and not my favorite but its still nice. I think the colors are still ok to use individually instead of together if you're not a fan of the combination like me. I still would rather buy something else instead of this trio though.
I wanted to try something new on my lids and got this trio due to the reccomendations of other reviewers who have a similar complexion on the MUA boards. The shadows were easy to apply, smooth to brush on, and had good staying power. But this isn't the "look" for me; I thought I looked like Mimi from the Drew Carey show. I wish there were pictures of actual people wearing this product. I gave this trio away to a friend.
The 2 shades of blue are gorgeous, but for some reason, the gold color looks muddy on dirty against my skin. Now I use the lighter blue on my lids and the darker blue in the crease and leave out the gold altogether.
Another great palette from WNW. Super rich color pigments, minimal
fallout, and the shadows are so buttery in texture (that's the BEST way to describe them).
I'm middle aged, fair skinned, and a mom who isn't hitting the club, so I tend to use more neutral colors on a daily basis, but I still like my look to be modern and not just "ho-hum." I really took a risk with this palette, but wanted to see if I could make blue work with my coloring, and that gold just knocks my socks off.
My method of application when I use this palette: after priming my lid, I use the gold on my lid and 3/4 way to my brow. I use Wnw's creme brûlée as my brow color. I then use the light blue on my crease and blend, and the color becomes this two two graduated effect that is truly breathtaking. The dark blue is super pigmented and is a no-go on my skin tone. This palette is awesome, and a great way to change things up, for only a couple bucks.
Love the gold in this eyeshadow trio. Total 24 karat gold. The blues are beautiful as well.
Though havent used the gold yet I did use the two blue colors.
I realy liked the way the color went on,and was pretty impresed considering was my first time buying them.I really liked how shimmery they were.They matched perfectly with my outfit! Would definitely buy them again.
This is one of the better quality Wet N Wild trios. All three of the colors have good pigmentation, nice texture, and are very blendable. I guess my only problems with this set is the grouping of colors and how they look on vs. how I expected looking at them in the pan.
The highlighter is a light silvery blue. On my eyes however it looks like an ordinary shimmery silver. I was hoping it would have a little more blue to it. The eyelid shade is a rich warm gold. Although I loved it on me I could see this not working with some skintones. The crease color is a dark navy shimmer. This is the main color I bought this set for and I am disappointed. In the pan it looks like a beautful navy blue with lighter navy shimmer. On me though it just looks like a boring charcoal shade. Where'd all the navy shimmer go? It looks so flat on me and I'm shocked it doesn't look blue.
The pairing of these colors is rather odd. The dark blue is way too dark to go with the lighter blue. It definitely needs a middle shade to help blend them together. The gold looks odd with the dark gray looking blue and blended together makes a strange looking color. The gold also looks weird next to or blended with the light silvery blue. Although these colors work fine paired with other eyeshadows, they work poorly with each other.
As long as you are fine with the blues being more gray/silver toned than they appear, and you'll use them with other colors you have instead of as a trio, this would be a great set. I'm not recommending it however because I was looking for some blue eyeshadows.
I bought this trio for the gold, which didn't work out as well as I had hoped. I'm having trouble finding a gold that works on me in any brand. But the blues in this palette are just lovely and very wearable. The light blue even works as a highlight color if well blended. The deeper blue doesn't stay looking blue in the crease, as it becomes more browned-blue as it wears. Great buttery texture and high pigmentation in all the WnW eyeshadows.
I really like this line of eyeshadow trios that Wet n Wild has come out with. The quality is very impressive and the shade combinations are unique. This one isn't one of my top favorites because since the gold is too yellow and has fallout. I do really like the light blue shade though. The dark blue is okay to make a bit of a crease color, but a tad streaky. I have to be careful though since Im so fair skinned; dont want a dramatic dark look. I would buy this palette again for the light blue eyeshadow.