August 26, 2014

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon Eyeshadow Palette is one of four, limited edition Wet n Wild All Access Beauty Fall 2014 Eyeshadow Palettes that are popping up in stores now.

I expressed in my original post about these new shades of Wet n Wild Coloricon Eyeshadow Palettes how much they have improved since the original 5 pan release. I’m quite pleased with these, they def show signs of being nicely pigmented and formulated.

Take a peek!

So far out of the four palettes I’ve had the best success with the Wet n Wild Smoke and Melrose ColorIcon Eyeshadow Palette but this Wet n Wild Melrose At Night Coloricon Eyeshadow Palette isn’t too shabby either.

This palette is a selection of rosy hues paired up with pretty natural shades of brown. I really love the combination of rose contrasted with brown as it just works together great to create a fab Fall eye look.

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon Eyeshadow Palette

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon Eyeshadow Palette

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon E swatches

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

As you can see each palette is laid out with an embossed lettering that directs you with placement for each shade. There’s also a small diagram in the back of the palette that helps you to place color as well! We all know Wet n Wild sometimes makes some odd color pair ups and recommends using strange shades on the brow bone but in the case of this palette all the shades actually work really well together. Yes, even that mauve-y pink they recommended as a brow bone highlighter, as it is sheerer, adds a nice touch of barely there mauve pink to the high brow. All the shades were nicely pigmented with a very soft, buttery texture. I did experience some woe with the lighter pink shade used to contrast with as this was frosty and didn’t have a ton of pigment with an oddly gritty texture. It did build well enough though and I think you can see how it defines the crease with a nice hint of rose that bounces beautifully off the main brown shade of the palette.

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon fotd

Wet n Wild Melrose at Night Coloricon Palette fotd

This isn’t the best of the four palettes by any means but it does create a fairly nice eye look with a little patience! I actually really liked the look I created using this and also felt it had a good deal more definition than I was able to achieve with Smoke and Melrose (that palette seemed to blend out muddy and the shades all ended up looking the same). There are some hiccups but when you’re comparing these new 5 pans to the ones originally released in 2014 there is a vast improvement to be found here!

The new Wet n Wild Fall 2014 Coloricon Palettes are popping up now at drugstores. I located mine at Harmons!

I purchased this item.

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  • Heidi

    This is the one I picked up. The other three looked good, but I wanted that browbone shade in particular. Though now Walgreens has a sale on Wet n Wild this week, so I’m getting ideas for the others …

  • Wendy Lee

    I own both Melrose at Night and Smoke and Melrose. Took a bit of hunting, but I’m so glad I found it. Works like a great dupe for the Naked 3 palette.