Review, Swatch & Tutorial: Flights of Fancy - Wet n' Wild Summer 2018 Limited Edition Collection*

The Summer Collection from Wet n Wild is curated and inspired by the feathers of the Allen's and Costa hummingbirds. This collection is vibrant and colorful, perfect for summer. A portion of the proceeds are donated to the Los Angeles Audubon Society, which is a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect birds and their habitats. These funds will benefit a habitat restoration project for the Allen's Hummingbird, an endangered California native. 

This collection includes the items listed above, which are:
- 3 Color Icon Eyeshadow Quads: Stop Ruffling My Feathers, Flock Party, Hasta La Costa Baby
- 3 MegaLiner Liquid Eyeliners: You are my Wingman, Winged n' Wild, Gilded Wings
- 4 Color Icon Lip Glosses: Fly Gal, Featherless, Pout of Paradise, Shut the Pluck Up
- 3 Color Icon Baked Blushes: Don't Flutter Yourself, Hummingbird Hype and Dare to Soar
- Perfect Pout Lip Scrub - Watermelon
- Photo Focus Primer Water

The below look is created with my favorite palette of the three, Hasta La Costa Baby, which is the purple and teal one. 

Below are swatches of the liquid liners, blushes and glosses. From top down of :
- The liners, we have: Gilded Wings, Winged n' Wild, You Are My Wingman. 
- The blushes: Don't Flutter Yourself, Hummingbird Hype and Dare To Soar
- The lipglosses: Featherless, Fly Gal, Shut the Pluck Up and Love Bird Affair

All of the products are beautifully pigmented, and I really have nothing negative to say about it - as you can see from the lip swatches below with one swipe you get a very generous delivery of color. 

The shadow palettes below, we have from left to right: Hasta La Costa Baby, Stop Ruffling my Feathers and Flock Party

The shadows are gorgeous and hard to believe are drugstore formulations. The mattes are creamy and finely milled and the metallics as you can see from the picture above packs a punch, especially when layered on top of a cream base. On the lid I preferred putting it on a cream base, but my arm swatches were done with no base or primer at all. 

The only one product I would have to comment on is the spray - it is a bit aggressive if its too close to the face, so you have to spray it from a bit farther than usual to get the mist vs. droplets. 

Products below are what was used to create my featured look in this blog post. 

Here's a quick video of how I used the products to create the look:

Until next time, XO - M.

*products were sent to me for review, all opinions are my own.

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