So I was wondering how the WnW eyeshadow compares to other purple shadows and did a comparison:
Wet n Wild “Your 15 Minutes Aren’t Up!”
Make Up Forever #92
Sugarpill “Poison Plum”.
The WnW shade was totally beaten by the color payoff of the other shadows, but I find this a useful comparison if anyone is interested in how blue/pink the shade leans. I believe the Sugarpill shade is warmest, leaning towards a red-purple compared to the other two. Both WnW and MUFE are blue-purples, although the WnW swatch is much weaker than the MUFE. All swatches are over UDPP.
Today I found these at Walgreens! It’s the new limited edition palettes from Wet N Wild, “Pop Art Craze” collection. I love me some Wet N Wild eye shadows! Yes, I personally have believed since as long as I can remember, “Wet N Wild” is a weird name for a cosmetics brand, but oh, do they do some things right. As in, eye shadow! So anyways, this collection appears to be big, bold brights with a matte texture. Although some belie a bit of sheen in the packaging, upon swatching they all read MATTE to me! All of the colors have good payoff, and at $1.99 on sale, you can’t get more bang for you buck. I hope to have some purple shadow comparisons in the future, as well as a bright eye look.
Hard Being the It Girl
A Regular at the Factory
Your 15 Minutes Aren’t Up!
I’m Seeing Triples!
Swatches are made over NYX jumbo pencil in milk: