WET ‘N’ WILD ROSE IN THE AIR COLOR ICON EYESHADOW PALETTE REVIEW
The palette is a mix of warm-toned neutrals and a pop of mauve and berry. The mattes performed better than the shimmer. For INR 499, there are 10 eyeshadows in this plastic packaging, which is good for the price. It is not the most travel friendly packaging but I cannot really complain.
I guess we all know this palette is much talked about because it is a dupe for Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance eyeshadow palette. I would say it is true to some extent.
I like all the shades but my favorite are both the transition shades (#1 Shade and #10), milky white (#2 Shade), burnt orange (#6 Shade), red burgundy (#7 Shade). All these shades are pigmented and color payoff is good.
Wat I did not like is
Champagne Gold (# 3 Shade) it just does not look the same on my eyelid as it does in the pan. Moreover, when applied on the eyelids, the metallic sheen is almost non-existent
Nude purple (#4 Shade) gorgeous shade however, blending it is a difficult. The more I blended it, the more it faded away.
Metallic copper brown (#5 Shade) the texture was soft but dusty, so it was a little messy to work with
Dark berry (#9 Shade) it is subtle, cool undertones and a mostly matte finish. This is very poorly pigmented, extremely blotchy, and very difficult to blend.
Overall, I feel good for a neutral look. Excellent quality of the burnt orange and burgundy red shades for a drugstore brand. Cruelty free makeup and great for beginners at makeup. Just be cautious of excessively much fallout of the eyeshadows. #makeup #wetnwild #makeuptutorial #eyeshadow #bblogger #eyemakeup #makeupoftheday #instablogger #bangaloreblogger #productreview #makeuplover #makeupaddict