Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single Bleached Review, Swatches

Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single Bleached Review, Swatches: Hi guys, hope all is well with everyone. Don’t we all love the small, mini makeup products? They are compact, easy to store and easier to carry. One look at the Wet N Wild Singles and I had to try it.

Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single Bleached Review, Swatches

I have tried quite a lot of products from the brand and i am pretty sure about the quality it maintains and I have tried both the glitter one and the powder shimmer one from its singles collection.

Claims for Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single

Go glam with this uber-pigmented glitter single. Infused with Vitamin E, its glitterati-worthy color goes on silky smooth, moisturizes skin, and blends like butter. And, it’ll stay put no matter what the night holds.

How to Use Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single

Apply to primed eyelids using an eyeshadow brush

Ingredients in Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single

Polybutene, Mineral Oil/Huile minérale, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Polyethylene Terephthalate, Microcrystalline Wax/Cire microcrystalline, Ozokerite, Synthetic Wax, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Acrylates Copolymer, Ethylenediamine/Hydrogenated Dimer Dilinoleate Copolymer Bis-Di-C14-18 Alkyl Amide, Polyurethane-33, Phenoxyethanol, Sorbic Acid, Tocopherol, Glycine Soja(Soybean)Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, (MAY CONTAIN/PEUT CONTENIR): Yellow 5/CI 19140, Red 7/CI 15850, Red 34/CI 15880, Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide/CI 77510, Aluminum Powder/CI 77000]. 

Price of Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single

₹135.00 for 1.4 g

In Detail Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single Bleached Review, Swatches and My Experience

Wet N Wild has to be one of the most affordable yet good quality brands in the market.

These eyeshadow singles are called the Color Icon Glitter Singles and have 7 shades in the range. The one I have is called Bleached. When you look at the product in the box. It looks ivory colored with a ton of glitter in it. But when you apply it, it’s basically a transparent base with a rainbow kind of glitters which have a golden dominating as a whole or I can say the glitter are golden and has the multi-colour shine effect. But its not an in any way a single solid colour glitter. 

All the singles be it the Color Icon glitter single or the Color Icon Eyeshadow Singles, they both come in the same packaging. These are the classic Wet N Wild packing, plastic transparent top with Black bottom. these come in small square packing. These are super tiny and locks tightly with a very audible click. They have never ever opened themselves or spilled even a tiniest bit and I do keep them in my bag at times.

The range glitter singles are very creamy and feels gel based more or less like the Wet N Wild Glitter Palette, I have had the variant Ethereal in it and that also has an ivory/white based glitter shadow. These are more densely packed than the palette and transfers a lot more than those.

The formulation feels a little different because of the heavier glitter quantity but feels exactly the same after application. One thing I don’t like about these glitter singles is there is no pigment underneath, these are transparent gel-based glitter and give colour to the base what so ever, if applied alone without any powder base underneath in just a few hours the glitter would start accumulating in the crease. Wish they were pigmented.

Since these are very tiny and small these don’t have any scope of mirror or applicators. These have to be applied with a flat eyeshadow brush rather than a normal fluffy one and they have to be packed on top and not blended.

You have to give some time to pack these evenly and exactly in place. if I do blend it, it goes everywhere. Also do try to pack it on a matte powder eyeshadow which will be easier considering these are gel based.

These pack well even with a sponge tip applicator; you can try that also if you are comfortable with the sponge tip ones. Unlike foiled eyeshadows or the loose glitters, these don’t apply well with fingers , they’ll get tuck to the fingertip and the application would be blotchy .

These can be removed easily with a makeup remover and if the glitter gets stuck anywhere use a dry cotton bud to remove it.

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Pros of Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single

  1. Cruelty free
  2. Buttery smooth 
  3. Densely packed glitters
  4. Travel friendly 
  5. Hassle free packaging. 

Cons of Wet n Wild Color Icon Glitter Single

  1. No pigment
  2. Cannot be blended.
  3. Not a beginner friendly product.
  4. Doesn’t have a mirror or applicator 
  5. Creases 

MBF Advises

  1. Pack these on with a flat brush, they don’t go that smoothly with fingers 
  2. Do not blend it, at all just pack them in a tap top motion, the brush should be dragged much else it’ll be all over and look very patchy and uneven
  3. Apply very little your first time, depending on the stay on your skin type and application type decide how to go about it the next time. 

MBF Rating

2.5/5

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