Another great trio from Wet 'n' Wild! The colors are beautiful, with great color payoff and last a long time. The highlight shade is a pretty pink, the crease a nice brown, and the eyelid a rich cranberry color. I have found that although a little darker than my other WNW trios, it is still wearable during the day.
I am a blue eyed NW10 (NW20 when tanning from a bottle).
This is a beautiful ballet pink, soft cool toned brown, and soft cool toned cranberry palette. Have created many day and evening looks that flattered my blue eyes with this palette. Great value.
Beautiful colors that would suit any eye color. I bought this trio for 3$ Canadien, at walmart and it was so worth it. The quality is superb, awesome staying power, they all blend well, and soft but not crumbly. This is a really good product to have in anyone's collection.
this is one of my favorite trios of wet n wild. the colors are very pigmented and looks amazing i buy this product again.
I love the eyelid colour in this trio SO MUCH!! It's the perfect warm plum colour to complement my blue-green eyes, making them look lighter & more green. The pink highlight colour doesn't show up very well, but all the shades work well blended together. The brown shade is a good staple colour. continued >>
i have heard so much about these wet n wild color icon eyeshadows and how they're the best eye shadow to buy at a drug store, well this baby doesn't disappoint i am a darker (nw55 mac for reference) and i was looking for a neutral everyday eye look and these colors fit my skin without looking gaudy if goes on nicely and has good staying power my only con is the fallout in the packaging but other than that im pretty impressed
At less than $5 for an eyeshadow, this is pretty good quality. I absolutely love the bottom rich pink color, but sometimes, I use the pale petal top color alone. I really recommend it if you are either just starting out with eyeshadow or are looking for cheap, but lovely colors.
I love these colors!!! So warm and pretty :)
The browbone color, I would NEVER use on my browbone. It is just too dark. The pigmentation is lacking a little in contrast to the other 2 colors in the palette.
The crease color is a yummy dark chocolate brown. It is soft and buttery.
The eyelid color is also super buttery and pigmented. I love the cranberry color and it has enough purple in it to make my hazel green eyes pop without making my eyes look sickly like many red toned shadows can.
I generally try to stay away from drug store eye shadows unless there has been tons of hype surrounding them. I just don't find them long wearing or pigmented enough. But when I saw this palette I really loved the three colors included. I think I got it for $4 including tax.
It's pretty good for the price. It is very pigmented. I wore my UDPP underneath and it lasted all day. Although it is worthy to note that the shadows are very powdery. You can tell its not finely milled like the high end shadows. If you are willing to spend more money on drug store products that are a little more expensive then you can find stuff better than this.
Also I know that for $4 I can't expect great packaging. But the clear plastic case is really crappy.
As a green-eyed girl, I couldn't wait to try this out! And the verdict? This is probably one of the worst trios in terms of color combinations. On my olive skin, the lightest color is invisible and the plum color is absolutely not flattering. The brassy brown, on the other hand, is gorgeous. I wear this all over the lid for a smokey eye. But, really, one color out of three? That being said, the plum color, though not for me, is really pretty and good quality. I'll try and incorporate this in another combination. Worth a try and I imagine it would really suit DDD's and LLL's, but me, fail.