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Wet n' Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Trios: Spoiled Brat and Sweet As Candy


Wet n' Wild's Color Icon Eyeshadow Trios are probably my most favorite drugstore buys. The pigmentation is amazing, and the price of just $2.99 per trio, is hard to beat. I picked up two more of Wet n' Wild's eyeshadow trios. This time around I purchased Spoiled Brat and Sweet As Candy. 

Left To Right: Sweet As Candy, Spoiled Brat

Spoiled Brat (flash)

Spoiled Brat (natural light, no flash)

(natural light, no flash)

Spoiled Brat- This trio consists of a frosty, shimmered cool silver (browbone color), a deep black that contains small, silver shimmers (crease color), and a fun medium frosty pink (eyelid color). I can't tell you all how many times I have looked by this trio, whenever I check out the Wet n' Wild display at drugstores. Don't get me wrong, the colors are gorgeous, but its the pink that has held me back. I don't have many pink eyeshadows in my makeup stash because to be quite frank, I hardly sport pink eyeshadows. As the years go by, I tend to favor wearing the neutrals, over the brights. I remember when I just started getting into makeup, I was almost always sporting some sort of bright eye-even in the daytime! I need to break out of my bright eyeshadow rut and re-discover the beauty that are all things bright. And what better way to start than with Spoiled Brat? Stay tuned for an upcoming LOTD in where I will sport all three of the colors in the trio. I can't help but think that these colors would look super awesome for a New Years Eve look, don't you think?

Sweet As Candy (flash)

Sweet As Candy (natural light, no flash)

(natural light, no flash)

Sweet As Candy- In this neutral-themed eyeshadow trio, you will find a light cream frost (browbone color), a golden brown frost (crease color), and a coral-pink frost (eyelid color). I can never get enough of neutral eyeshadows, and these lovely ones are no exception. These colors are great for creating neutral, everyday looks.

*Each trio comes with two applicators. One sponge-tip, and one brush tip. Personally, I don't use the applicators. I like to use my own eye brushes. All six of these eyeshadows apply like a dream. They are super smooth, the pigment is fantastic, and they blend really easily. 

*FYI: In case some of you aren't familiar with these eyeshadow trios, there is a very handy eye diagram on the back of the case that points out where the browbone, crease, and eyelid colors should be placed. This sure comes as a nice help for those who are just starting out with makeup. 

Back of the case

*I think the lasting power on Wet n' Wild's eyeshadow trios are good. It's usually not until the 6-7 hour mark that I start to notice some creasing and fading. I am glad that I have added these two babies to my stash. In all honesty, I think you are getting a great bang for your buck, when it comes to these Wet n' Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Trios. Affordability and quality are two things that are always appreciated in my book, and Wet n' Wild does it right.

What do you all think of these eyeshadow trios? Which ones are your favorites?


Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned above. I purchased these products for my personal use.

2 comments

  1. I agree that these trios are some of their best products and definitely a must have wheather you're a beginner or a makeup junkie.

    I usually like their limited edition trios like the gilded age and dancing in the clouds.

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  2. I am so glad that you are a fan of these trios, Che! I can't wait to pick up some more :)

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