|Wet n Wild Silent Treatment - no flash|
Can I just say that the picture of it on Crush Cosmetics is way off and doesn't show how gorgeous it actually is. It wasn't until I saw swatches of it on Tiffany's blog that I sat up and paid notice to Silent Treatment.
|Wet n Wild Silent Treatment - with flash|
It comes with 3 complementary shades marked with where they should be worn, but of course you don't have to follow their guidelines and can wear them however you like.
- Browbone - soft peachy cream (not as pigmented as the other two shades)
- Crease - dark eggplant/brown with gold specks (extremely pigmented, only a tiny little bit is needed, fairly matte when swatched)
- Eyelid - a cool toned taupe (this is my absolute favourite shade now, it's so buttery and smooth, and very pigmented)
|Swatches in various lights|
My favourite way to wear it is with the Eyelid shade all over the lid, the dark Crease colour worn in the outer V and smudged into the lash line (I find it too dark as a crease colour), and the Browbone shade on the... yep, you guessed it, browbone!
This is such an easy to wear palette, it will definitely be on high rotation for me. I find that it really brightens the eye area and doesn't compete with a bolder lip such as this SLA lipstick in #17
I've heard the Eyelid shade be compared to the infamous Satin Taupe by MAC, so I thought I'd show you a comparison.
As you can see Satin Taupe is darker than the Wet n Wild eyelid shade, though both are gorgeous. I absolutely do not regret purchasing this palette as not only is it cheap, the quality is just amazing.
Have you tried any of the Wet n Wild eyeshadows before? What are some of your favourites?