Sooooo this post was supposed to be for next week and accidentally published yesterday. This is what happens when you have 13 hour work days. (ProTip: I found out L’Oreal’s Infallible Eyeshadow lasts at least 14 hours, which is both impressive and terrifying.) Anyway, I decided I might as well let this post be free, and just write a new one for next week. So without further ado:
Welcome to a new and randomly occurring feature, called Dupe or No Dupe!
In this series, we’re going to breakdown some internet rumors and myths regarding dupes!
On today’s show: Urban Decay’s Naked Palette VS. WetnWild’s Walking on Eggshells!
I totally did not intend to write this post.
You see, I promised myself I wouldn’t buy any of the new Wet n’ Wild Limited Edition Color Icon Trios because I’m more of a neutrals gal
and because I have 6094 eyeshadows.
But then my friend wanted to know about Sun-Set to See, and what kind of friend would I be to deny her?
And because you can’t write a post about just one eye shadow trio, I had to get another one.
So, here we are. Oops?
No Scalpers Allowed and Sun-Set to See
The Wet N Wild Color Icon Eyeshadows are big in the internet world. And although I think some makeup trends are more hyped up than they’re really worth, (SPOILER: I’m working on that post right now), I actually do really like these eyeshadows.