Wet n Wild Fergie Desert Festival: 1 Palette, 6 Looks…
I love this eye shadow quint from Wet n’ Wild… the orange shades are so pretty. I think the color scheme is beautiful for both summer and fall. I can’t wait to wear some deep, warm smokey eyes with deep chocolate or plumb lips. :)
If you want a full review, you can check out my blog post here: Wet n Wild Fergie Eye Shadow Palette Desert Festival Review
I love the unexpected pop of a bright color in the crease with neutral shades on the rest of the eyes and face. On my lips, I am wearing an Essence Stay with me Long-lasting Gloss in “Deep Rose”. It’s quite a nice gloss formula, by the way, and very inexpensive.
- I applied the light, shimmery beige all over my lids.
- Then, I blended the dark, matte orange shade into my crease and along my lower lash line.
- I used the dark, sparkly brown to line my upper lash line and smudged a small amount along the outer part of my lower lash line.
This look is nice and simple, but still fun with the bright orange as eye liner. This eye shadow look is pretty minimal, which makes it great for a hot day. I kept my lips and cheeks neutral. I wore Revlon Kissable Balm Stain in “Precious” and on my cheeks, I wore Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in “Exposed”.
- First, I applied the light cream shade all over my eye lids and up into the crease.
- Then, I applied a Maybelline color tattoo in “Fierce & Tangy” as eyeliner as a base (If you’re interested, click for a quick review and a swatch: Maybelline Color Tattoos Review & Swatches). This isn’t totally necessary, but it did help with the color intensity as well as the lasting power.
I went for a dark smokey eye and used orange to blend out the edges to warm up the look. To keep the look warm, I also went with peach cheeks and lips: The Balm “Frat Boy” blush, Stila Lip Stain in “Passion Fruit Crush”, and Stila Lip gloss in “Kitten”.
- First, I applied the deep, sparkly brown all over my lid. I also applied this along my lower lash line.
- Next, I used the light, shimmery orange to blend the boarder of the dark brown and warm up my crease area.
- I used the light, cream shade as a highlight along my brow bone and my inner corner.
I wanted to use the orange to create a fun, bright eye look. I think it’s pretty for both summer and fall. A great transition makeup look between the two seasons. For blush, I applied the elf HD blush in “showstopper”. On my lips, I’m wearing Essence Stay all Day gloss in “Hottest Pink”.
- I applied the bright, matte orange all over my eyelids and along my lower lash line first.
- Next, I used the light, shimmery orange as a transition shade in my crease, to blend out the darker orange.
- Last, I used the shimmery cream color as a highlight along my brow bone and in my inner corner.
For this look, I wanted to create a chocolaty orange smokey eye. I added a bright orange lip for a pop of fun: Wet n Wild Mega Last lipstick in “24 Carrot Gold” and wore a peachy/orange blush: NYX “Cinnamon”.
- First, I applied the light, shimmery orange all over my eyelid. I also applied it under my lower lash line.
- Then, I added the matte brown in my outer corner to add definition and deepen the look.
- Last, I add the light cream color on my brow bone and inner corner to highlight.
I wanted to create a neutral, wearable eye shadow combination for my last look. I wore Tarte Amazonian Clay blush in “Exposed” on my cheeks, and Revlon Lip Butter in “Pink Truffle” on my lips to keep the look neutral and wearable. You could pair this with a bolder lip color if you’d like.
- I applied the cream, shimmer shadow all over my lids and in my inner corner first.
- Second, I took the matte chocolate color and applied it in my outer corner and a little into my crease for definition.
- Lastly, I applied the light orange shimmer shade along my lower lash line for a wearable pop of color.
I had so much fun experimenting and creating different looks with this palette. Which one is your favorite? Do you own this palette??