The quad on the top is Smokey Cinnamon
The quad on the bottom is Olive Martini
On the left:Olive Martini and right: Smokey Cinnamon
Smokey Cinnamon swatched with no primer
Olive Martini swatched with no primer
My final verdict on these babies-LOVE THEM! They are priced at an amazing $9.49 which for four colors is not awful. These quads are fantastic for the upcoming fall season. The beautiful browns and crandberry colors will be perfect for the upcoming months. I was a tad bit disappointed with the highlight color(biggest pan) in the Smokey Cinnamon quad. The pigmentation just wasn't great. You are pretty much just left with the sparkle. It could be a great shade to layer over the two darker shades in the palette for some shine but I personally wouldn't use such a shimmery highlight for under my brows! However, I love everything about the Olive Martini quad. The middle shade of the smaller pans is absolutley gorgeous with a duo chrome finish. When swatched depending on the way I shifted my arm it appeared either deep dark green or a dark rich brown!
Now for the Wet n Wild Blushes. The two that I purchased were Pearlescent Pink and Berry Shimmer. I have heard many many great things about these shadows and with a selling price of only $2.99 I do not know why I never indulged.
The blush on the left is Berry Shimmer and on the right Pearlescent Pink
Swatched on the top:Pearlescent Pink and bottom:Berry Shimmer
Final Verdict: AMAZING! When picking a blush I always tend to chose a shade with shimmer that way if the blush doesnt have the greatest color pay off than at least I have a possible highlight but I can say with these that the color pay off is not even an issue in the slightest. Both shades are very pigmented and will need a light hand when applying. They both contained shimmer however, it was not overwhelming. You could see a slight sheen but it didnt look like I mixed my blush with glitter which some shimmering blushes sometimes due. With as greatly pigmented as these blushes were I can tell that they will last a long time which is fantastic for the price. The texture is nice and smooth as well not overly powdery which you tend to get with some drugstore brand blushes. I would say that if you are just starting to experiment with makeup or perhaps are looking for the perfect drugstore blush to own that Wet n Wild Coloricon blushes are the way to go!