Aloha Beautiful Divas!!!
Here is a review of one of the products which I brought on impulse, on my midnight trip to Walgreens. I had to purchase Aquaphore, but then I couldn’t resist a quick sneak peek into the cosmetic aisle and I came across these dirt cheap eye shadows and had to buy a couple of them. Below is my experience with the Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Single in Binge.
Intensify Your Look with one Swipe
- Long-wearing & crease resistant
- Wear alone or mix & match
Infused with Aloe and Coconut Oil, these shimmering glitters with a clear base, glide on and never over-dry. Each glitter shade is long-wearing and crease resistant to keep you looking flawless for hours. Wear alone or mix and match to instantly transform your look from ordinary to fabulous!
$0.99 for 1.4 gm
My Take on Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Single Binge:
I’m not much into bling or glitters, but I cannot resist the temptation of buying something so cheap, cuddled up in cute tiny packaging. Besides, cliché apart, the shadow does look like it can come handy on a weekend night out and some of us who are daring enough might pull off a day look as well.
On first look the texture looks like it might be very gritty and powdery with lot of fall out, but good part is glitter is in the form of a gooey mess, which fares well for us makeup geeks. The texture is gel like and one might find it a little difficult to work with on the first attempt, but it gets easier after few tries. One can get a perfect look by applying a powder or cream shadow as base and then pat the Wet n Wild eye shadow on top and build up as desired. The end result would be amazing and one would not have to deal with gritty, annoying fall out.
We all shell out money to buy expensive MAC glitter pots to get those party looks, but this product does the same job only for a way cheaper price. Also, it’s commendable how the glitter and gel mixture is homogeneous and not just on the top layer to woo innocent customers. In addition, I love how the shade range caters to all the skin tones; I specially love the golden and red shade, which would look dazzling with Indian bridal look.
Once on lid with a good base, the product stays intact for considerable amount of time until otherwise removed with a good makeup remover.
Pros of Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Single Binge:
- Very cute, tiny packaging.
- Homogeneous, non-gritty texture.
- Can be used for mild glittery look or all out bling-bling.
- 7 shades to choose from and all are perfect for night out.
- No fall out.
- Easily available online or in stores.
- Worth the money paid.
Cons of Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Single Binge:
- Can’t think of any, mostly because it is so cheap and cute.
Would I repurchase Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Single Binge?
Not this shade, but would love to get a red and golden one. And urge others to grab these babies whenever they come across them in the make up aisle.
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