How amazing does this eye shadow palette from Wet ‘n Wild by Fergie looks? But you know what’s even better? It only costs five bucks! That’s only € 3,70 euro. I swatched the Dutchess Lounge palette for you all and created an eye look with some of the colors. While doing so I ran into a big surprise!
This is the palette in sun light. The sparkles are amazing, but what’s even better is that they aren’t sprayed over. There are so many sparkles in this Fergie Dutchess Lounge palette by Wet ‘n Wet that they almost trick you…
Surprise! No real blue and brick red, but three different types of black! The color in the shadow only comes from the sparkles. It’s hard to capture the effect of the sparkles on camera, but in real life the ‘red black’ looks like glowing ember on your eyes while the ‘blue black’ has that night sky finish. The above swatches where made with my finger and the skin on my arm is pretty dry, this causes the shadows to appear less intense then they really are. In the pictures of my eye look you can see how intense the pigment is when applied with a brush on the eye lid.
This is the palette out of the sun. You can already see the black base of the shadows better like this. On the back of this Wet ‘n Wild palette it’s stated that the shadows are camera friendly, crease-resistant and will last all day. I can honestly say that I, after wearing the purple, black and silver shadows on my eyes for a day, completely agree with this. The Fergie Dutchess Lounge palette usually comes with a sponge tip applicator, but I seem to have lost it when I was taking the product pictures.
As you can see the Fergie eye shadows are super intense on the eyelid. The application of the shadow was very smooth, it almost felt a bit like the shadows were creamy. Usually with black eyeshadow you have a lot of fall out, but now with this palette.
The Wet ‘n Wild Fergie palette’s cost $ 4,99 (€ 3. 77) and come in the colors Dessert Festival (warm orange colors), Dutchess Lounge (the one I reviewed), Metropolitan Lights (greys and yellow) and Maldives Sky (turquoise purples).