Wet N Wild Color Collection - Walking The Red Carpet
The more neutral side of Wet N Wild's Duo Spring 2014 Release!
So much glitter!
LEFT COLUMN . WALKING THE RED CARPET
Brow Bone . This chalky pale pink is the perfect alternative to a high beam or white brow light. It is quite powdery but looks nice on fair skin.
Eyelid . Finally, a beige lid color. This will give you a pop of shimmer with a nice toasted finish. It is definitely a fast fave for me.
Crease . Next you have a nice and warm brown with the slightest hint of copper. It blends out to the point where you can't really see the shimmer.
Definer . Of the two dark shadows in this palette, this one lacks something I can't quite put my finger on. With a heavy hand, this can be overkill.
RIGHT COLUMN . WALKING THE RED CARPET
Brow Bone . this is a shadow i would not recommend placing as your highlight. It is super shimmery and way too much for even my pale skin.
Eyelid . This eyeshadow is more glitter than it is powder. It is super dry and has unbelievable fallout. I'd recommend a glitter base before applying.
Crease . Slightly closer to a metallic than the Eyelid texture, this crease color is a warmer and slightly deeper gold. It's possibly copper toned in certain light.
Definer . Like I've said previously, this definer is my favorite of the two. It is a nice copper chocolate that blends so beautifully in the crease and outer corner.