Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries Review


Hi everyone,

Today I’ll be reviewing Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush in the shade The Princess Daiquiries. I am not really a blush person because I never had the courage to apply pink colour on my cheeks and walk like it’s no one’s business. But after watching everyone applying it flawlessly I thought of giving it a try. Let’s read on to know more about this blush.

Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries Review

Price: $4.99
Product Description:
Ride the shade wave to radiance! Blendable, lightweight powders in a soft gradient of ombre hues. Silky-smooth formula blends seamlessly for buildable color. Use as a blush or even as a shadow for a fun pop of color.
Claims:
Silky-smooth formula blends seamless for a buildable color. Can be used as a blush or shadow for a fun pop of color.

Packaging:
This blush comes in a compact square packaging with a transparent lid, which makes it easy to identify. The brand and range names are mentioned on the lid and every other information is mentioned at the back. I would say it is easier to travel with this but I haven’t really traveled with this yet.

My Experience with Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries:

As the name suggests it is an ombre blush – which has two complementary colours in one pan. The variant The Princess Daiquiries offers light pink and coral blush shades. It looks very refreshing in the pan, but when I swatch, it appears more on the chalkier side.

Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries Open

On my wrist, it looks whitish, which is certainly not my kind of blush. I also tried Bobby Brown blush after purchasing this one and that one has a pretty pink colour. It is not at all chalky like this one.

Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries Back

I would say pigmentation is also not very over the top and product fallout is too much. It spreads everywhere with just one swirl. Overall, I am not really happy with this purchase and definitely would not repurchase.

Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries Swatch

Pros of Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries:

• Sturdy packaging
• Colours look pretty in pan

Cons of Wet n Wild Color Icon Ombre Blush The Princess Daiquiries:

• Chalky
• Product fallout
• Poor pigmentation

IMBB Rating: 1/5

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