Availability: Walgreens, Drugstores
Price: $5.00 (Approx.)
Wet n Wild has just released a new line of products in its Fergie CenterStage Collection. The collection includes four (4) Photo Op eye shadow palettes that each contain five (5) colors. This review is for the palette in Desert Festival.
This face powder comes in a rounded square compact with a snap-shut, clear, flip-up lid.
The upper left shade is a light taupe color. The formula is on the stiff side and feels dry on the skin. The color barely shows up on my NC20 skin and is best used as a blending shade for people with light skin.
The upper right shade is a burnt orange with good pigmentation and applies smoothly.
The bottom left shadow is a shimmery, orange-copper. This shade has decent pigmentation and would work nicely as a lid color.
The bottom right shadow is a deep brown. There are silver shimmer particles in the pan, but they don’t show up very well on the skin. The color applies with a bit of streakiness.
The middle shadow is a matte, milk chocolate brown. This shadow has good pigmentation, but the formula is on the stiff side, which results in a somewhat patchy application.
Ease of Use: 8.25/10
These shadows need some layering and blending to smooth out streaky application.
For just $5.00 you get five eye shadows for a total of 0.19 ounces (5.5 grams) of product.
This sample was provided for consideration purposes by the brand or a PR company. Reviews are always honest and never paid for.