The idea of picking a mere ten fantastic products for the entire eye category (which, as I’m sure you’re aware, I have a great love for) was borderline absurd. I could not resist breaking it out a bit more
The Browbone is a warm beige with a soft, frosted finish. It is a little less beige compared to MAC Ricepaper.
The Eyelid is a rosy copper with a frost finish. It is similar in color but darker than MAC Jest.
The Crease is a warm, medium-dark golden brown with a pearly sheen. It is a touch lighter than MAC Soba.
The Definer is a dark, burgundy and copper shimmered brown with subtle red undertones. It is very similar to MAC Smut.
The Browbone is a pale, dirty gray-pewter with a white, frosted sheen. Urban Decay Ruthless is a touch warmer but similar. Inglot #350 is a little grayer and has more of matte finish.
The Eyelid is a subdued, springy green with a golden sheen. It is more subdued with less yellow tones than MAC Juxt.
The Crease is a charcoal brown with a pearly sheen. Milani Melange is similar but has a more shimmered appearance.
The Definer is a red-brown with a teal duochrome and frosted finish. It is similar to MAC Club and Urban Decay Lounge.
The color payoff was excellent across the board with the exception of two shades–the green shade in column two was still good but a little sheer, while the smoky brown in column two was a little sheer as well. The latter shade also felt dry and stiff, so it wasn’t as easy to blend out as many of the other shades. Texture on these was also nice, other than the exception mentioned–soft, smooth, and blendable.
Sometimes I have issues with the wear of Wet ‘n’ Wild’s eyeshadows (typically, nothing too concerning, though), but this palette wore really well without fading or having residual fall out at the end of the day.
I can see why this palette has been sold out at all the local retailers near me since it came out (I was only able to snag one because they're now available online). It has good color payoff across the board, nice textures to work with, and good wear.
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