Wet N Wild Trio in No Scalpers Allowed Review & Swatches

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Hello Beauties, 

How are you all today? I hope everyone is having a great day and enjoying themselves in this hot weather. I can not believe that it is almost end of July already, it is crazy that the year is more than half done with. Well you all know that when Summer is here beauty companies come out with LE Summer collections. Today I have a Wet n Wild Trio review for you all, I recently picked these up at Rite Aid the other day. 
 Last year Wet N Wild also came out with these LE trios, this year the collection is from their All Access Beauty line. They have a variety of fun and everyday shades in this collection. If you follow me on INSTAGRAM you already know how much I love my Wet N Wild eyeshadows even though I don't use them very often. 

 No Scalpers Allowed has three beautiful shades, it has a shade for the browbone which is a matte beige shade, the crease is a matte purple shade and the eyelid shade is a shimmery blue shade with touch of silver in it. As you can see it has a great variety of shades to create a eye look. I love how each shade tell you where to use it, and it also comes with two brushes. 
 Lets talk about the formula, these are really powdery and not really pigmented. The eyelid shade has no pigmentation at all and is not blendable either. You really have to use a good primer underneath these shadows, they also don't last a long time on the eyelids if worn alone.
I really like the shades in this trio, for a little more than $2 I am okay with using primer (which is use anyway). I have not been that impressed with Wet n Wild eyeshadows recently, and thought maybe they uped their game with this collection, but it was a let down. Let me know in the comments below what you think. Thank you so much for reading and have a great day.
xoxoxo, 
      ANNIE 
  *All the products were bought by me for personal use and for review*
*pictures were taken by me. Please do not use*    

2 comments:

  1. It seems like the limited edition releases from wet n wild aren't up to par on the quality of the permanent eyeshadows.

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