December 12, 2013

Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette Review & Swatches

Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley

Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette ($4.99) is one of three limited edition eyeshadow palettes launched with the Wet n Wild in the Spotlight Holiday 2013 Collection.

Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palettes aren’t really knew as there was a brief run of these around Summer but with this new launch the shadow formula improved dramatically as I reviewed those palettes and was very disappointed but the Holiday ones were turned out much better thus far.

Here’s a look at the Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette.

Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette is made up of eight total shades. You get three soft shimmer wash colors, three main eyeshadow colors, and two eyeliners in each palette.

I personally dislike Lights, Camera, Attraction because the colors aren’t something I’d typically enjoy using. These are cooler shades of pink, purple, and blue with pastel shimmer washes in baby pink, lilac, and blue. I personally feel like they are a bit mismatched as I’d never use a true blue shade with pink and purple but that’s of course entirely up to you and your personal preference of colors.

Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette

Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley swatches

Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction Color Icon Eyeshadow Medley Palette swatches

Outside of that the shadow formula is nicely pigmented as well as the liners. They aren’t terribly chalky or dry and the texture is just slightly powdery with excellent pigmentation. The shimmer washes are best used as an topcoat because they are very sheer and subtle on their own with little pigmentation but still have a pretty shimmery finish should you wish to add them on top of the satin of these shades which lack any sparkle or shimmer on their own.

Overall, Wet n Wild Lights Camera Attraction doesn’t suffer from formula issues. This is nicely pigmented with a nice quality of shadow. However, I was just disappointed in the color selection itself. I really loved the pink in this palette but the other shades I couldn’t see myself using in together for a look! Perhaps separately just not in a single eye look!

I’ve seen these popping up at Walgreens as well as Harmons.

Anyone grab it?

What were your thoughts on the color selection?

Do share!

I purchased this item.

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  • Rina

    I grabbed the other 2 and was disappointed until I tried foiling the shimmers over the lid colors. Gorgeous!

    • the Muse

      i tried that but some of these shades drown me out 🙂 but I do love the pink!

  • Lindsay

    Have you tried Great Glistener or No Neutral Ground? I think they are much more workable shades, especially No Neutral Ground.

  • Silvia

    I wish I could find the Light, Camera, Attraction palette love all the colors. Luckily at least I found the three top glittery shades in the Spring collection they are simply beautiful! Go on very light but not lacking in product just beautiful shades.
    Oh! Instead of leaving my heart in San Fransisco I’ll leave my heart and wallet in WetnWild finding great products lately. Love it and such great deal!

  • Jo Anne Roberts

    Im just now reading thd revies fof Wet n Wild, Lights Camera Action. I believe, since seeing the new highlighters, Spring 2017, Im havingv FLASH BACK! The pastels in L.C.A. palette are the highlighters. Looks like Wet n Wild, went back to thier old inventory and brought back a (maybe favorite part of this palette) and came out with them a second time, but, as highlighters. Sure looks familiar, doesn’t it?