Wet n Wild Brulee Eyeshadow Solo Review / Swatches
I raved about the Wet ‘n Wild Nutty Eyeshadow Solo back in May, and at the same time I bought Nutty, I purchased the Wet n Wild Brulee Eyeshadow Solo too. It blows my mind that these solo eyeshadows are just £1.99 each as the quality is honestly amazing.
Wet n Wild Brulee Eyeshadow Solo
As I mentioned above, the Wet n Wild Nutty Eyeshadow Solos are just £1.99 and there are seven shades to choose from;
I’ve heard nothing but great things about the Wet n Wild Brulee Eyeshadow Solo, so I was quietly confident that I’d love it. It might look like a really boring eyeshadow shade, and in all honesty it is. It’s just a straight up matte cream, but I find it so hard to find great quality matte creams. They are either super chalky, super sheer or they’re just way too warm in tone, and end up looking yellow on my lids.
Brulee does definitely lean a little warm, but once blended onto the eyes, the warm tone isn’t as noticeable. I don’t ever wear this particular shade alone. I use it every time I apply eyeshadow primer or concealer to my eyelids to ‘set’ them in place. I hate how concealer or shadow primer can leave your lids feeling a little tacky, and that can make it hard to blend out the shadows layered on the top.
Sure you can use your setting powder, but I love this shade and formula as it’s so blendable and smooth. It mattifies my primer/concealer, and means the shadows I apply over the top blend flawlessly and evenly. For £1.99 it’s an amazing formula, and you only need a tiny amount, so I can imagine this 1.7g shadow lasting me forever. I just wish Wet ‘n Wild had more shades to choose from in this solo eyeshadow format…
You can find the Wet n Wild Brulee Eyeshadow Solo right here.
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