Thursday, May 1, 2014

Wet N Wild Fergie CenterStage Summer 2014 Collection

Howdy Everyone!!

I have some more of the new Wet N Wild products. This time its from the Fergie CenterStage Collection. 

I went to one of my local Walgreen's and spotted the new display but it was pretty picked over. 

I only got a few things. 

The first thing I picked up was this highlighter. 
$6.99 With a Kabuki Brush.
The brush is ok not the best of quality.
Its opened because I couldn't help my self from swatching it.  

To Reflect Shimmer Palette in Photo Bomb

So beautiful.



Oh my I just want to put this all over. Its just beyond gorgeous. 
It doesn't have huge glitter particles but tiny brilliant shimmers. This gives you the most beautiful, lustrous, luminous gold glow. The texture of the product is so soft and almost cream like. You also only need a little bit. The pigmentation is out of this world. This looks and wears like something you would think cost more than $6.99 and you get a kabuki brush and the product itself is huge. What a steal. I am in pure absolute love with this powder.


I also bought some eyeshadow palettes.
$4.99 each

Purple Drank
I don't know about the name.


Swatches without primer.

  • 1- Champagne beige color.
  • 2- Glittery taupe shade. 
  • 3- Plum color with gold shimmer.
  • 4- Violet shade with a satin finish. 
  • 5- Dark purple with blue and light purple glitter.


Mixing Metals 

This is my favorite palette of the two. I mean come on just look at it!!

Swatches with out primer.

  • 1- Pewter shade with chunky silver glitter.
  • 2- Bronze color with metallic finish.
  • 3- Golden olive shade with frost finish.
  • 4- Light golden green color with frost finish.
  • 5- Dark, Dark green with green and gold glitter.

Both palettes are stunning. I wish I had more than two eyes to wear all the colors at once. Also the pigmentation is incredible. Some of the other Fergie palettes pigmentation is a bit blah but not these. WOW!! Even the texture of the shadows is awesome. Very soft and blendable. Some do have some fallout but I'm ok with it. 
So all in all the pieces that I picked up are very impressive and worth the try. Let me know what y'all try out!

Thank for reading and until next time!!

2 comments:

  1. Oooh, the highlighter looks lovely! And I'm really liking the palette in mixing metals - such pretty shades!

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    1. I am so in love with this highlighter. Its beyond gorgeous!! The Mixing Metals palette is my favorite of the two. I love a good shimmery shade!!!

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