13/01/2016

Wet N Wild Eye Color Icon Pallete in The Naked Truth: Review,Swatches,Price,EOTD

Heyaaaa..
To begin with my daughter is 19 months old now..and that's exactly where all my time and energy goes. She keeps me on my toes and yet I haven't lost an ounce of weight ;) :P

Rants aside,today I'm here with something I thought would replace the Maybelline Chai Latte Quad from my makeup bag..the shades and finishes appeared similar and I was happy that Chai Latte is gonna have a cousin...But....
Read On.... ;)
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Ingredients:


Price: $3.99

Packaging: 

The Naked Truth pallete comes in a 5-pan pallete range of Wet n Wild eyeshadows. The setting is fine for the price and has a see-through plastic lid. It comes with a brush and sponge applicator (which are of no use off course).

Shades:
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Color icon palletes were launched in 5 different variants and The Naked Truth was their nude pallete.



Base: Warm ivory/shade in matte finish.
Browbone: Cool-toned off white with silver shimmers.
Definer: Dark choco brown in matte finish.
Eyelid: Cool-toned taupey gunmetal in satin finish.
Crease: Warm-toned coppery brown with gold shimmers.

My Take:
Let me confess,I was super excited to get this 5-pan pallete. I thought it would straight away slide in to the makeup bag..but after using it..lemme say I'm not wowed by it.
The colour selection is absolutely amazing and a boon for nude eyeshadow lovers. And the pallete provides you eyeshadows with different finishes all at once,which is great. 
But..But..But.....lets go one by one:

Base is chalky and powdery.
Eyelid and Definer have major fallout issues.
Crease is really beautiful shade but its very very dry.
Browbone shade is nice and can be used as a highlighter at the cheek bones and inner corners of the eye.
All in all the eyeshadows have fallout issues and primer would be must for them to show up and stick to the lids.
Also I noticed the different shades merged into one another giving a messy look.

Likes:
  • Affordable
  • Beautiful colour selection
  • You get different finishes in the same compact pallete
  • No problem with the packaging given the price
Dislikes:

  • Eyelid has fallout issues
  • Crease is way too dry
  • Base is too chalky
  • Primer is a MUST
  • Brush/Applicator is useless
  • Eyeshadows merge to form a single colour on lid

Last Word: I was too optimistic seeing the earthy tones,but I'm not charmed by it.


Rating: 2.5/5



4 comments:

  1. The shades look nice, sad it didn't fare so well.

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    1. yes dear,the shade selection is worth the praise!

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  2. Wet and wild is very inexpensive, the colors looks great with primer.

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    1. Their 8pan pallete n trios are way too good Shampita..with this you really need to make an effort!

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