Brulee is a really good matte nude drugstore eye shadow. I bought it for like less than $2, and it's just a no-brainer. It has great pigmentation. I like to use it as a highlight color, a blending color to blend out harsh lines, and just as an all over lid color. I recommend it!
Buy these now!
These went on sale at a local store, and the colors had been luring me closer and closer to buying them for a long time. So I finally gave in and bought a couple.
I seriously don't know why I didnt' buy these SOONER! The colors are vibrant, the texture is to die for, and they apply and blend like a dream. So comparable to high end shadows. And at the $2 price range, there is no reason for you not to own them all.
Whats even better, is that there are a fair amount of shimmery shades, some glittery shades, and even some matte shades. (Including a gorgeous matte black). Wet N Wild seriously hit the nail right on the head with these babies!
I want to buy them all and stick them in a Z-Palette!
Super pigmented! LOVE it!
I love these little things. I love that they're about $2 a piece, I love that they are so pigmented (a little goes a long way) and I love how smooth they are.
Staying power isn't band either on its own - better with a primer, of course.
My fav matte highlight
This is my hands down, ALL TIME, favorite matte highlight shade! I use this color almost daily and it is the perfect color for my fair skintone. Not ALL of these little Wet N Wild singles are fantastic, for example I got 2 (black & blue w/ LOTS of glitter) in a Limited Edition S/S '12 collection, & BOTH were total crap. BUT, the core line of these shadows like Brulee & Nutty are gorgeous! They are extremely pigmented, almost creamy shadows and I don't find the core line to be chalky at all. Plus, they are so darned inexpensive its unreal! EXCELLENT value for money! I think Wet n Wild has really upped their game in the last couple of years and I'm excited to see what they will put out next!
Highly pigmented and incredibly affordable
I have yet to find a drugstore eyeshadow with the level of pigmentation as these beauties. Then there is the cost. Singles are $1.99 each for 0.06 oz. When you compare that to MAC that are $15 ($11.50 for pro pan) each for 0.05 oz, it’s an incredible bargain. Amazingly, they do go on sale from time to time. Nutty is a fantastic dupe for Satin Taupe while Envy is a dead ringer for Humid. They are a bit on the softer side and the packaging is less than desirable but the quality shines through.
I LOVE THESE EYESHADOWS!!!
For me these are the #1 best eyeshadows at the drugstore. It's so cool that they are at the drugstore and so cheap because the actual product is absolutely amazing and could be sold for the price of Urban Decay and MAC Shadows. These are so soft, so pigments, and so easy to work with. I could not say enough about these. I am pretty sure I have every color which would be my only complaint. I wish they would come out with tons of colors in these because the quality is absolutely fantastic. I would definitely recommend this!!!
These shadows are extremely pigmented and blendable! For 2 dollars each, I was expecting them to be horrible, but wet n wild has really stepped up their game! The powders are pretty soft, so be sure to tap off your brush to avoid fall out. Especially with darker colors. I have these in Sucre/Sugar, Nutty and Brulee and love all three! Nutty is a knock off for Mac Satin Taupe and Brulee is a total dupe as well but can't remember the name of the shade in MAC.
Crazy pigmented, but too fragile!
I have used this eyeshadow only a couple of times, and I LOVE IT! It so blendable, even though its super pigmented! I love the hunter green and the slightly gold shimmer to it. The only thing that sucks is that it is so fragile. I have only tossed it once into my makeup box, and their is a whole corner piece of eyeshadow missing:( All in all I like this eyeshadow for its affordability, pigmentation, and blendability. The soft fragile texture? Not so much.