Saturday, June 11, 2011

Review & Swatches: Wet n Wild Color Icon eyeshadow singles

One swipe of each

L: Sugar on top of NYX Jumbo shadow pencil in Milk
Middle: Sugar (tried to build it up... Didn't work)
R: Nutty, one swipe once again

- Nutty is pigmented
- Shadows aren't powdery

- Inconsistent pigmentation

Unfortunately, Sugar is fairly sheer and only good for a little bit of shimmer. Nutty, on the other hand, is very pigmented. I wish I purchased Brulee instead of Sugar, but I already have a similar color from Revlon and in one of the 6-pan Wet n Wild palettes they discontinued. Sugar isn't even buildable, if you want a shimmery white color, look elsewhere, like the Sally Girl eyeshadow in Snow.
Wet n Wild have the best, inexpensive drugstore shadow palettes - if you're new to eyeshadow, definitely check it out.

$1.99 for 0.06 oz / 1.7 g

Yes, but not Sugar.

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