Tuesday, September 25, 2012

WnW Fantasy Makers Stars & Snipes palette swatches

I picked up this Wet n' Wild Fantasy Makers palette the other day for $3.49.  You can find these in the Fantasy Makers Halloween display at the usual places.

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these two are outside, no flash
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inside no flash
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Shade 1 is a multi sparkle white powder (I applied it with a damp wet/dry brush & it clumped)
Shade 2 is a creamy mid grey with shimmer
Shade 3 is a shimmery red cream
Shade 4 is a shimmery bloodstain red cream
Shade 5 is a solid black cream
Shade 6 is a multi sparkle black cream

Shadows 2 through 6 are a creamy formula, 1 is a powder.  The palette came with the usual sponge applicator brush, but I used a wet/dry shadow brush to do the swatches.  It would be nice if WnW included a couple of extra sponge applicators though, since many casual makeup users don't own brushes or even spare applicators.   It'd be a pain to wash off the applicator to apply the next shade, unless you didn't care about mixing the colors.  But hey, for $3.49 I guess I can't really complain.  


A good palette for Halloween themed makeup, or anytime really at such an inexpensive price.  I can easily see baby bats stocking up on this palette for year round use!

Thanks for looking, and hope you've found the swatches helpful.

2 comments:

  1. Six looks amazing!!! Do you know if these are lasting enough to use on their own or will they crease without setting?

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    1. I haven't worn them yet, but I would use a primer underneath as I would with any other shadow. Because the shadows are a creamier texture, you could also pat a mineral / powder shadow on top for extra sparkle.

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