Wet n’ Wild Eye Shadow Palette in Greed review, swatches

 Wet n’ Wild Eye Shadow Palette in Greed review, swatches :

It’s finally the weekend.
Okay now that that’s out of the way, today I stopped off at the drug store to get a couple little things for future giveaways, and I found another one of the Wet n’ Wild Eye Shadow Palettes.
If you remember from my “Full Face that Won’t Break The Bank” post, I showed the Wet n’ Wild E/s Palette in Vanity, which is one of my favorites. I saw the palette in ‘Greed’, which has the same neutral tones, but a few more dramatic options.Wet-n-Wild-Eye-Shadow-Palette-in-Greed
 The Greed Palette comes in the standard six pan palette. It comes with two small applicators, which I threw away because they are absolutely worthless.
 Wet-n-Wild-Eye-Shadow-Palette-in-Greed review
Here are the colors!
As you can see, you get a great brulee-esque highlight shade, and orange-peach matte shade, vivid matte black, a gunmetal shimmery silver, a peachy shimmer shade, and a shimmery black.
I am greatly impressed with all of the shades in this palette, minus the gunmetal silver, it has little to no payoff.

 Wet n’ Wild Eye Shadow Palette in Greed swatches :

Wet-n-Wild-Eye-Shadow-Palette-in-Greed swatches

 The shades in the palette that have shimmer in them are quite chunky, so beware of fallout. Also remember, when you are working with shades that have a lot of shimmer, you should keep your highlight matte to not go overboard.
If you are nervous about the fallout, you have two options, either put a heavy dusting of translucent powder under your eyes to catch the fallout, and later swipe it away. Your second option is to apply your foundation after doing your eyes, that way any fall out can be wiped away without disturbing any product underneath.

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