Wet n Wild Single Eyeshadows Review| Nutty & Sellout

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Hello Beauties,

How are you all doing? Hope your having a great day! I have been doing a lot of lip posts. So today I thought to review some single eye shadows for you. I love every product that Wet n Wild makes. They are affordable and the quality/quantity is great too.

Today I will be reviewing two single shadows. First of all I love the mini packaging of these. Easy to throw into your makeup bag, and they are not heavy at all. Also I love how you can see the shade through the lid. Although they were hard to open, you really have to use scissors to open the seal, but I guess that's good because of safety. I hate when seals are open and people have swatched eye shadows before you pick them up from the store. Lets get to the review of each shade.

Nutty: is a neutral soft brown shade. It is perfect for everyday use, I apply it to my crease. It goes on very smoothly, and is very pigmented. You can also use it for under the waterline eyeliner. Over all with this shade you can create many different looks.

Sellout: Is an amazing shimmery pink shade. Now you might think this looks like a bright neon pink, it is not. It has the perfect amount of shimmer, and the pink is very subtle. This shade is great for spring and summer, it just gives a pop of color to the eyes.

Over all, I love both of the shades. Very easy to apply and they are greatly pigmented. Also very affordable. I would recommend these shadows for everyone.

Here are the pics:

I hope all of you enjoyed this post. Let me know in the comment below if you would wear Sellout. Do you like Wet n Wild products?  Have a great day and talk to you soon! 


*all products were purchased by me with my own money for personal use and review*
*pictures are taken by me please ask permission before using* 


  1. The colors seem pretty nice! Loving the pink one

  2. The pink shade is great for spring and summer! I am also loving it!

  3. Nutty looks great!

    Tori xx



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