Wet n’ Wild
The Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette ($4.99) were released int two shades selections exclusively at Walgreens locations for Summer 2013. I recently hauled and posted about them earlier in June but never got a chance to review them until now.
Honestly, I didn’t really love them for a number of reasons. Wet n Wild had a consistent run with me about two years ago with an improvement in quality and some great releases. I feel the brand has digressed with recent releases and the quality has gone down and the releases are highly repetitive. The ColorIcon Palettes in particular were fantastic but releases for example like Fergie’s Centerstage PhotoOp Eyeshadow Palettes are a joke.
These Medley Eyeshadow Palettes are another reason the brand loses points with me unfortunately.
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The Wet n Wild Rose Champagne Glow To Reflect Shimmer Palette is part of the new Fergie Centerstage Collection that recently launched. From my understanding this collection as supposed to be available for a limited time but as of know this face palette is available in the regular Wet n Wild standard display.
Good news for the folks lemming it eh?
Walgreens is your best shot at snagging it as I believe Fergie’s Wet n Wild Collection is exclusive to the store.
Take a peek at this palette!
If you missed out on the Wet n Wild Color Icon Baked Eyeshadow Palettes they are back with the Wet n Wild Party on the Roof Summer 2013 Collection.
These new sets also contain a Wet n Wild mascara paired up with the palette as well as some new lipstick, mascara, and polish sets at Walgreens.
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Fergie and Wet n Wild team up yet again for Summer 2013 with a new Wet n Wild Summer 2013 Limited Edition Collection available at Walgreens.
Wet n Wild Fergie Summer 2013 includes two new Photo Op Eyeshadow Palettes in Shades of the Hamptons as well as Newport Nights.
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Wet n Wild ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palette in Going in the Wild is one of two limited edition palettes that were introduced recently for Spring. I know they’ve proved a little difficult to find and hope to hear you’ve had success locating them. Each one contains six shades for $4.99 each.
I located both of mine at Harmons but the display was pretty much wiped out really quickly. I’m hearing some folks had success at CVS so good luck finding them everyone and when all else fails Evil-bay is your friend for hardcore lemmings.