Wet N Wild Color Icon Kit in Sugar Plumb Fairy
I wonder how much it costs to mail a letter to the North Pole. I ask because I’d really like to thank Santa for releasing these Wet N Wild Color Icon Kits ($5) for the holidays.
Being just $5 each and coming with six coordinating shadows and a mini-eyeliner, the four kits give new meaning to the words, “travel friendly.”
Well, the liner’s nothing to write home about. I mean, it’s nicely pigmented, but it feels a little rigid against my skin. The shadows, on the other hand — oh, the shadows! Rich, bold and just as buildable as the the company’s fab Color Icon Singles.
Again, these are just $5, WOW!
Of the four kits — Sugar Plum Fairy, Golden Goddess, Snow Sprite and Night Elf — I’ve tested two of them so far.
Wet N Wild Color Icon Kit in Snow Sprite
Sugar Plum Fairy
Some of the shadows are fluffier than the others, like the ones in Sugar Plum Fairy. I keep getting the lighter shades all over the place, but for $5 I’ll learn to deal.
If you’ll be Xmas shopping for any friends and relatives who like colorful eye makeup this year, consider adding these to your list.
AVAILABILITY: Drugstores everywhere, yea!
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: A-
TV shows I do NOT want to be on…
At the top of my list: I Shouldn’t Be Alive. Fun show to watch, but I wouldn’t want to be there. Did your plane crash in the woods? Mauled by a grizzly bear? Stranded on a desert island? The show interviews survivors of life/death events, and I’m always like OHMIGAWD! “You cut through your own leg with a pocket knife!?” Just kill me now!
If you ever need an excuse to get out of camping, just watch a few episodes. Trust me. Something will come to you.
Other shows on my list: I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant (seriously?), Fear Factor (there always seems to be some sort of worm component) and Jersey Shore (er, no).
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,