Wet n Wild Eyeshadows are constantly talkedabout amongst beauty enthusiast, especially the trios and palette, but I am partial to the Color Icon Single Eyeshadows, which only cost about $1.00 each.
The formula of these shadows is similar to Lorac, as they are smooth, pigmented, and blendable. Though they produce lots of fallout in the pan, they last a long time on the eyelids.
The first shade I have is Brulee, a matte cream, which I feel is a staple. The soft texture is perfect for highlighting, blending out harsh crease shades, and an all over lid base. The swatch looks slightly cakey and when piled on it can appear that way, but it blends out beautifully. I feel a light cream shade is a staple for everyone.
Kitten is a light lavender and in my opinion the poorest quality of the three. It looks pretty in the pan, but it comes across as sheer and chunky. I really want the shade to work, but unfortunately I find it unusable.
Overall I love Wet n Wild Shadows. The trios and palettes are great and though the singles seem hit and miss, I still love the 2 that perform well and suggest purchasing them.