The more I use these $3 eyeshadow palettes from Wet N Wild the more I wonder why I even buy high end eyeshadow. Not only are they affordable, but they’re also easy to blend, pigmented and super long lasting. I’m telling you ladies, I never wear eyeshadow primer when I’m using Wet N Wild eye shadows. NEVER.
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Brownbone: Satin Pinky-Peach
Crease: Matte Brown with Gold Micro-Glitter
Eyelid: Satin Taupey-Lavender
Everyone with literacy skills knows how to apply Wet N Wild eye shadows. I mean, they literally print where each eyeshadow “should” go right into the pigment! But I’m going to let y’all in on a little known secret: mostly all of the Wet N Wild trios look just as bad-ass applied backwards!
Don’t believe me? See for yourself! In look one I’ve applied the peachy-pink shade all over my lid, I have the brown shade in my crease, and then I smoked it out a bit with the lavender shade!
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If you’re looking for something that is more natural, but still girly, just eliminate the crease shade. Here I have the peachy-pink shade all over my lid and just under my actual brow-bone. And then I have the lavender shade in my crease! Easy-peasy!
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Last but not least, we followed the rules and replicated the look that is suggested with the trio. I have the peachy-pink shade as my highlight shade, the brown shade in my crease and the lavender shade on my eyelid!
What’s your favorite Wet N Wild palette, and how do you wear it!?
Inspired by Jessica Anderson