There is nothing that gets me excited like drugstore products. Wet n Wild has almost a great variety of drugstore products. Which are just too good. Today I am back with wet n wild color icon eyeshadow quad-flock party review. Let’s see how this if wet n wild eyeshadow palette worked for me or not?
- Silky, long lasting and ultra-pigmented eyeshadow palette.
- It contains 4 shades: transition, crease, eyelid and brow bone.
- Also has an elegant silky texture and blends well.
- Apply smoothly and evenly with silica enriched formula.
- It provides intense
colorpayout with high impact pigments.
- Wet n wild eyeshadow features a mixture of both shimmery and matte shades.
- Paraben, gluten and fragrance-free.
The palette comes in a black plastic packaging. It has transparent plastic lid and with a flap opening. You can easily see the shades inside due to its transparent lid. Ingredients list is mentioned over it.
So I was very excited to try this one, and I had a lot of expectations from this eyeshadow. This wet n wild eyeshadow contains 4 shades transition, crease, eyelid and brow bone.
The transition powder is not too powdery and sets really well on my face. Brow bone and highlighter are also good for daily use. Their are not too shimmery just a normal one.
Ok, now the worst thing about the palette. All the three the transition, brow bone and crease line are pigmented and sets well on face. But the eyeshadow which is in violet color is the worst part of this palette.
It is not at all pigmented, I hardly swatch it on my hands. I can’t even imagine applying it, its the worst. I need to press a lot even then the eyeshadow color is not visible.
It’s a waste of money for me. All the colors in the palette are not highly pigmented.
Pros Of Wet n Wild Eyeshadow Quad-Flock Party
- Nice colors.
Cons Of Wet n Wild Eyeshadow Quad-Flock Party
- Not highly pigmented.
- The eyeshadow
coloris just worst from the palette.
- Little bit powdery.
No I would not recommend this wet n wild eyeshadow palette at all.