Thursday, August 11, 2011

Wet N Wild Dancing In The Clouds Dream Weavers Collection Eyeshadow Trio Swatches & Review

The Wet N Wild Dream Weavers Collection is a set of six different Color Icon Eyeshadow Trios that came out for Summer 2011. I have shown several of the other trios in use already in my blog. When I previously reviewed the Earth Looks Small From Down Here Trio, I showed a preview of the Dancing In The Clouds Trio as I wore one of the colors in the crease that day. Today, I am showing you a full review of this trio.

All the trios are labeled with a browbone, (highlight), shade, a crease shade and a lid shade. You can use any of the colors in any way that you want and mix and match with other trios to create your own variety of looks. Makeup is about color experimentation. There is simply no way to fail, much like fingerpaints in kindegarten. I loved fingerpainting and how the cool goop felt between my fingers. At any rate, I've grown up and now I paint on my face. But let's get back to this trio.

The browbone shade is an olive-esque shimmering wheat shade. The crease is a medium toned violet with tone-on-tone light shimmer and the lid shade is a copper shimmer.

When I first swatched this trio, I thought that the crease shade was very lightly pigmented, which is different than most current Wet N Wild eye shades. I felt a personal challenge to see if I could get more pigment in application of this particular shade so I decided to use it on the lid and see if it would fly or die. I mean, I have to tell you if it's any good or not, right? So I put the violet on the lid and the "lid" color, the copper, in the crease. Brownbone was applied to browbone. You be the judge.

And the full face, as in: How you would view the shadow in real life...

What do you think? Is this trio a success with good pigmentation of all shades? I say Oooo la la!

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