Friday, September 28, 2012

Smokey eye with a pop of color : Tutorial and Review on Wet N Wild Pallet

I haven't done a fun shadow look in a long time, so I thought I would try one out with the Wet N Wild "Blue Had Me at Hello" Pallet. These was one of those super cheap finds that I wanted to try out! These pallets are under $6.00.


The Look : Glam Rock- Blue, Teal, Black

Here's a quick photo guide with the directions below. Don't forget to check out my review!

1-2) I started with a primer. This is from Mary Kay. You can even use a dab of foundation to prime your lids. This helps hold the shadow on.
3-4) Dust the lightest color over lids.
5-6) Take the royal blue shade in picture 6 and pat on lid.
7-8) Take the similar shade of blue in picture 7 and sweep over upper lid and crease area.
9-10) Take the teal shade in picture 9 and do inner corner of upper lid and blend towards outer edges.
11-12) Take the sparkle black in picture 11 and put in crease and outer corner of eye.
13-14) Take light teal shade in picture 13 and blend darker shadows on upper lid and brow bone area. You are also going to take the lightest color and highlight under the brow bone continuing to blend.
15) Take the darker shadow and brush under lashes. Take the teal and line the inner corner of the eye.
16) Using black liner line the upper lid and smudge.
17) Line your waterline. This is the inner part of your bottom lashes.
18) Top off with mascara and you're done!
Review :
I was actually impressed with this Wet N Wild pallet! The pigment in the shadow was great. These were very bold colors that went on very easily. These shadows are easy to wear and last throughout the day. Definitely worth the five or six dollars I spent! There are a couple other 8 pan pallets as pictured above, so there is a shade family perfect for everyone.


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