Wet 'n' Wild • i-Sparkle Palette - Solar Eclipse • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||57%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
In all honesty, I'm disappointed with this product. I LOVE WnW eyeshadows but these didn't hit the benchmark. I have Solar Eclipse and another one in Star Clusters (there's no review slot for it, but I have the same opinion about both palettes). The palette layout is beautiful, and the whole artistic conception is wonderful. These shadows aren't pigmented at all, wet or dry. They're also crumbly and chalky. Don't last too long, even with primer. Love the little mirror it comes with!! The price was pretty good, though.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
There must've been an error in some of these. My palette has a deep grape, a shimmery rose, a burgundy and a pale pink, and it says Solar Eclipse on the label. Nice pigmentation, and I love the slide out full-size mirror. Plus it's very cheap.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
The only shade I can get to come out strong is the gold one. The others, especially the green, has like no pigment, even wet. Disappointed.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love this! I wouldn't say that this has too much sparkle or glitter going on...it has a perfect luminous finish for the summer months. I'm definitely taking this to the beach with me, along with a darker shadow for the crease (the brown that comes with this palette isn't pigmented enough IMO).
I really love how gorgeous these colors are, especially when you blend the colors out to a sheer finish...a beautiful and simple daytime look!
I'm definitely going back and getting the black, white, grey combo. It's even BOGO at Rite-Aid right now,
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Grey, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I agree with everything the reviewer below (Jatkins) said! The palette color is a bronzy, brown, sage and gold color combo. The color payoff are GREAT and I don't think that there are too much glitters (at least not that much that a 30 + year old like me can't wear) xD
Definitely will repurchase! The packaging is way cute :D
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I really don't know what the reviewer below me is talking about. This palette does not have purples or pinks in it. It's a golden brown, a light sage green and a creamy yellow gold. The colors are great and once again this "cheapy" brand has amazed me. The color pay off is great and lasts with a decent base. I use Too Faced Shadow Insurance.
This is my favorite eyeshadow pallette ever! I have already purchase a back up in case this is disconinued. I'm thinking of buying a couple more. I especially like doing the whole lid with the golden brown, putting the yellow in the center of my eyelid for a slight shine and then using either the green or dark brown for a crease. I really don't use the green much. This is a great every day look. I highly recommend it. Just don't buy all the ones at my Walmart please! :)
As far as the packaging goes, I like the mirror underneath. The flower design is really cute, but it would actually be easier to get the product on the brush if this were set up like a regular pallette. So, I gave it a 3 for packaging.
EDIT*** The yellow is more like a gold than a yellow once you have it on. I would say that these are very comparable to Loreal's HIP pigments. I abolsolutely love this palette.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Black
This eyeshadow looked absolutely amazing at the store and I knew I HAD to pick this one up because it contains purples (an eyeshadow color that I've been waiting to try for a long time now!) It contains a glittery dark purple, a lighter plummy shade, a shimmery pink, and a pastel pink highlighter. These colors look so gorgeous, but a major con is the glitter! I didn't think "i-sparkle" implied THIS much sparkle. The glittery pieces will travel all over my face once I apply it. There's no way I can use this in the daytime, so maybe I'll have to save it for night time only? It makes me so sad because this is a wonderful product with good pigmentation, a mirror in the back, and a very creative design (the colors are separated in the shape of two flowers). Because of the horrible glitter, I won't be buying this again. By the way, don't use the hard accompanying eyeshadow applicators and use your own brush instead. EDIT: I've noticed on the Wet n Wild website that the colors for "Solar Eclipse" are brown, bronze, olive, and gold. This is a mistake?? My eyeshadow quad clearly says "Solar Eclipse" and not "Star Clusters" (which looks to be more like the colors I'm holding right now)