Wet n Wild Sparke ‘Til Morning ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

Wet n Wild Sparke Til Morning ColorIcon Eyeshadow

Wet n Wild recently released three limited edition ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palettes for Holiday 2012. The only one that caught my eye was the Sparkle ‘Til Morning variation as it contained a good deal of nude, natural shades with a small pop of color here and there.

Here’s a look at it!

The ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palettes contain eight shades each for $4.99 and resemble the ColorIcon Eyeshadow Trios in formula and style. The palettes are slim enough to store easily in a simple black compact, they kinda resemble two of the Trio’s glued together.

Wet n Wild Sparke Til Morning ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palette

Each shadow has the imprint of what it is used for, brow bone, lid, crease, and define. Although after a few uses these imprints will disappear however, there are instructions for use in the back of the compact should that happen.

I think the formula deserves a rave and a rant. These are very pigmented with a velvety smooth texture much like the finish you’d get from a Stila Eyeshadow (just a hell of a lot cheaper). They pack an intense finish with full color pay off however, a good primer is required for the best wear since color fades and creases without something solid to adhere too.

The left side of the palette is what I deem the fun side. It has a creamy yellow highlighter, a copper crease shade, a light tan lid color, and a fun aqua for defining. The right side is the more serious natural selection. This side features a pink beige highlighter, a bronze-y copper lid color, a true brown crease shade, and a dark, chocolate shade to define with. I feel like the right side has colors that are easily duped from other palettes like Comfort Zone and a few of the original trios. That’s what takes away from some of the uniqueness that is Sparkle ‘Til Morning and has me questioning whether you absolutely need it.

Wet n Wild ColorIcon Eyeshadow Sparke Til Morning Palette

Wet n Wild Sparke Til Morning ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

Wet n Wild ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palette Sparke Til Morning Swatches

You have to practice real caution with these palettes as I always feel like things get really frosty and shimmery, really quickly. There’s a good deal of fall out as well during application. I feel like the shadows tend to look over done sometimes since I have a heavier hand. They are quite powdery too and kick up a good deal of shadow when a brush is applied. I tend to migrate toward sponge applicators for application and blend out using a brush. This lessens the fall out and also creates a softer look sans the amount of frost I seem to get when using a brush.

Overall, the palettes are an excellent deal with a nice formula no doubt. However, application takes a little TLC and patience to avoid the shadow looking too overly done. I also feel like the shades in Sparkle ‘Til Morning might be easy to dupe so check your other Wet n Wild Palettes prior to indulging as there may be a repeat or two here.

Wet n Wild Sparke Til Morning ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palette FOTD

Wet n Wild Sparke Til Morning ColorIcon Eyeshadow FOTD

I located mine at Harmons and paid $4.49.

Anyone else try these?

Do share!

Disclosure:

This product was purchased
by the Muse for review purposes.
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  • 10/10/12 11:32 Claudia:

    i actually love the palette but i agree with you it s not very unique just that the natural eyeshadow whores inside of us see it as a necessity and of course for the price tag we tell ourselves “you can never have to many natural eyeshadow palettes” irrational addict thoughts lol love ya Muse

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    • 10/10/12 11:37 the Muse:

      LOL Claudia, you took the words out of my mouth, exactly. I like it a lot too, but sometimes I feel like these coloricon palettes are a tad too frosty but overall such a great price and fantastic pigmentation ;D! and yes, the nude addict in me says you must own this!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 10/10/12 13:08 Kiss & Make-up:

    I don’t like the colors, it just looks like a weird combination to me… But hey, for 4,99… :-)

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  • 10/10/12 15:04 Marina:

    I’ll be picking a few up if I am able to find them around here. Our Walgreens and CVS stores in my town get little-to-no new limited edition items. I JUST found a few of the new Color Tattoos.
    I love these palettes though. The trios rock as well. These shadows last 12+ hours on me with my primer, the best wear I’ve really ever gotten. The only shadows I really trust for a long work day :)

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  • 10/10/12 15:15 Kim:

    I think I will skip this since I have the Comfort Zone palette. I like it though.

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    • 10/28/12 12:37 Branny43:

      Had to chime in! :) I used to own Comfort Zone and it was waaaay too frosty for me. The Sparkle ‘Til Morning is much less frosty and, I think, more wearable. Just a thought!

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  • 10/10/12 18:23 Alexis:

    I feel like I could pass on this, as I already own Comfort Zone as well as the Urban Decay Get Baked palette…seems like I could come up with really similar looks. That being said, I bet I’ll change my tune if I see it in person!

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  • 10/11/12 0:45 Tiffany Martin:

    I like these, and what an awesome price. Wet n wild has become so good for their price.

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  • 10/11/12 0:52 Ruthless:

    Oh I like this. If I see it, I’ll get it.

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  • 10/11/12 4:00 Rhonda:

    I have a few of the wet n wild shadows. i like them.

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  • 10/11/12 9:23 JenJ:

    The blue shadow is throwing me off but I love the rest. If I see it I will get it :)

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  • 10/11/12 9:44 Laura:

    Eh, I think I’ll be passing on these new 8-pan palettes. This one especially looks too warm for me.

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  • 10/11/12 14:33 Ellen:

    The left side of the palette looks like a dupe for a very expensive Estee Lauder palette that I own. They did a good job with the dupes

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