Wet N Wild has some great products in affordable range. I have tried a number of their products and I am happy with majority of them. Today’s review would be about Wet N Wild Eyeshadow Palette Rose In The Air. It is one of their 10 pan eyeshadow palettes which are available in 4 color options (in India).
The palette Rose In The Air is supposed to be a dupe of Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette. I haven’t personally tried the Anastasia Palette but the color scheme of both the palettes is very similar, the major difference being in the number of shades and of course the price range.
Price: INR 499 for 10 gm of product (BUY HERE)
Wet n Wild’s Color Icon Eyeshadow 10 Pan Palette is powerfully pigmented, buttery-soft and glides on like a dream. The reformulated color icon hues come in a mix of coveted colors, from shimmery daytime hues to sultry shades for cocktail hours-including new matte transitional shades for impeccable blending.
- Eyeshadow palette featuring 10 powerfully pigmented buttery-soft shades
- These shades are packed with an easy to blend formula – can be used wet or dry
- It comes in a mix of coveted colors, from shimmery daytime hues to sultry shades
- This palette includes matte transitional shades for impeccable blending
The eyeshadow palette comes in a rectangular packaging with no outer box. The details about the product and the looks that you can create with the palette are mentioned on the back of the palette itself. The palette has a transparent lid which opens sideways. The palette contains 10 shades, 8 of which are in small pans and 2 transition shades have a larger pan size. The packaging is sturdy and safe to travel with.
My Experience with Wet N Wild Rose In The Air:
The eyeshadow palette Rose In The Air is a warm toned palette with colors being very similar to Anastasia Modern Renaissance Palette. The palette have 2 transition shades and a lighter mauve pink color which I personally like to use as a transition shade as well. The color scheme of the palette is such that it can be used to create many different kinds of looks. The palette does not have an applicator or a mirror which I somehow like as this makes the palette simple to look at.
All the eyeshadows in the palette are super pigmented and they blend effortlessly. The shadows have a good staying power and can stay up to 6 hours without creasing or fading without an eyeshadow primer. Using a primer will certainly improve its staying power.
The only minus about this palette is that when you dip your brush in the pan to pick up the color, the shadows have a lot of kickback. But, thankfully no fallout is seen when you actually start applying the shadow.
Overall I am impressed by this palette. It is not my favourite eyeshadow palette but for the price it is one of the best I have. I wanted to try the shade Not a Basis Peach from the collection, but as this one is the more popular one I decided to go with this.
If you are looking for an affordable good quality eyeshadow palette then I would highly recommend Wet N Wild Rose In The Air.
Pros of Wet N Wild Rose In The Air:
- Great pigmentation
- Contains good color options along with 2 transition shades
- Decent travel-friendly packaging
- Easy to blend
- Works well with or without eyeshadow primer
- Good staying power
Cons of Wet N Wild Rose In The Air:
- Can only be bought online in India
- Have a slight fallout in the palette