I admit, I have never been partial to drugstore eye shadows. Now I know that some people are infuriated when they see someone use a high end eye shadow and think that it's okay to call them every bad word known to man at them to make themselves feel better. Honestly, I find that slightly unnecessary as its not as if the person using the makeup is using the other person’s money. Let’s face it though; people these days are rather difficult. For all of you difficult and/or people wanting some good makeup at an amazing price, I have come to the rescue with the Wet n' Wild Color Icon Eye shadows! Wet n' wild hasn’t always had a good reputation for being a good makeup brand, but within the last year and a half or so, they have really picked up their game. These particular eye shadow palettes come with eight colors, and although they aren’t perfect, they’re much better than some of the other drugstore eye shadows I’ve seen on the market today.
All the pretty swatches for Petal Pushers-yay!
Here is the last palette of the bunch, which is Blue Had Me At Hello. Do not be afraid of purchasing this palette, because believe it or not, it doesn't bite. I like to call this palette the feisty palette, because wearing bright colors always makes you a little more hyper and annoying, just ask my mom.... If you like to make crazy or just plain horrifying makeup looks late at night when no one is awake (which I obviously don't do, duh) then this palette is going to be your sole mate. The shimmery black is disappointing as it doesn't come off very well in swatches or on your eye, but I have learned that finding the perfect black drugstore eyeshadow is nearly impossible. Other than the dud in this palette, this palette is full of shimmery prettiness with the exception of one matte black shade which wasn't anything to write home about.
All in all, I find that these eye shadows are very good for the price of $5.99, but they do have a few imperfections. They are very pigmented, with the exception of a few shades, and some tend to be quite powdery and you might experience a bit of fallout with the application of these, so make sure to get as much access eyeshadow off of the brush as you can unless you want to rock the dreaded raccoon eyes. My brother even rocked a few shades from the Blue Had Me At Hello palette the other night when my friend and I applied it all over his cute little face (which he was not happy about by the way). Speaking of his face, it is not nearly as crusty as it used to be, but before I go off on another tangent about crusty faces and such, I will leave you all to live your lives without me. *shudders at the thought* I hope you all are doing well and have a wonderful day.
xoxo-Olivia the Makeup Pig
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