Wet n Wild Coloricon Nutty Eye Shadow Single ($2) available at Nonpareil Boutique “High-pigmentation and pearl-density create a unique, satiny texture that lasts and lasts. A versatile collection of classic and trend shades can be easily worn alone or playfully combined for a variety of looks.”
Shade – Wet n Wild Coloricon Nutty is a taupe color eyeshadow with some brown hints. It has lots of silver shimmers.
Texture & Formula – I wouldn’t say Wet n Wild Coloricon Nutty has the smoothest creamiest formula, but its easy to work with. Formula spreads and blends easily with some fallouts. Shimmers aren’t overwhelming and can be worked out. I have tried to won it with black to create soft smokey look and it worked.
Pigmentation – Wet n Wild Coloricon Nutty has good pigmentation, however I needed a base to make the color work/ pop. On clear base the color doesn’t show up well.
Staying power – Wet n Wild Coloricon Nutty stayed up on my non-oily lids for good 4 hours without base. Base/ primer increases its longevity by an hour or so.
Negative points would be availability and pigmentation. I find the pigmentation average and a good eyeshadow base (may be matching with the eyeshadow color) would give the color a boost.
I have been reading 10/10 ratings of these eyeshadow singles, however they didn’t work out for me that well. I have tried Wet n Wild Coloricon Eyeshadow single in Penny before and had mixed feelings. Wet n Wild Coloricon Eyeshadow Singles are affordable and come in variety of colors but the formula and pigmentation isn’t that great. One needs to apply them on a good base so that colors could show up well, or may be the shades don’t really show up that well on pigmented lids like mine. I would call them an average product and would stick to the palettes instead, they offer better color payoff.