Thursday, August 18, 2011

Wet N Wild Dream Weavers Bright Idea Eyeshadow Trio Swatches and Review

For Summer 2011, Wet N Wild released a set of six Color Icon Eyeshadow Trios entitled the Dream Weavers Collection.  For the list of previously reviewed trios, please review the master list for the Dream Weavers eyeshadow collection.

Today, I have for you the Bright Idea trio, aptly named, if you ask me. It has a bright rosy shimmering pink as the lid shade, a shimmering grassy green for the crease shade, and a shimmering yellow with a tinge of green for the browbone shade.

As you see above, the shades are labeled to give you an idea of placement for the shades. You are welcome to use them in any fashion that you desire. On the reverse side of the palette is an illustration showing the said placement in a little graphic. Each color icon rio comes with a sponge tipped applicator, as well as a little brush.

Time to move to swatches. First we have swatches on my hand.

And now I'll show you how I wore them one time. I decided to try them as suggested and this is what I ended up with.

The liner I wore was Wet N Wild's long lasting eyeliner in Navy. For the rest of the face of the day, I wore Chanel Rose Tourbillon blush, and Bobbi Brown Hot Pink lipgloss, and Dior eyebrow automatic pencil in brown.

After reviewing my pictures in the macro setting, I think that the yellow is not the right tone for my browbone. I think it looked fine in person, but in pictures, I'm not crazy about it next to my hair on the one side that is always in my eyes. :p But I did get a lot of compliments on this look, so I guess in person, it was all good.


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