The next Pop Art Craze Palette by Wet n Wild that will be spotlighted is Hard Being the It Girl.
This palette is probably the closest to a neutral palette out of the whole collection. There is one eyeshadow that completely stops it from being a neutral palette and that would be the dark blue. The dark blue eyeshadow labeled as Crease is the "pop" color of the palette.
Being that blue is my least favorite eyeshadow color of all time I couldn't justify wearing it in the crease when the rest of the shadows were neutral. Don't ask me why but I am not a huge fan of blues especially dark blues. But don't get discouraged I still incorporated the dark blue into my look.
This palette is similar to the Muse and Carouse palette as all shades appear to be matte. The BrowBone shade is a light pink while the Eyelid shade is a light beige. Both shades are light and do show up but are not as pigmented as the blue. They would probably have more of a color payoff with paired with a matching base.
My approach yesterday was to use the shadows as specified in the palette. Today's approach was a little different in that none of the eyeshadows were placed in the recommended spot.
Here is how today's look was created:
Wet n Wild Hard Being the It Girl Palette
Crease - Light Beige (Eyelid color)
Lid - Light Pink (Browbone color)
Eyeliner on top of the Lid and Under the Eye - Revlon Sapphire Flash (Dark Blue)
Eyeshadow placed oh Sapphire Flash Eyeliner - Dark Blue (Crease Color)
e.l.f. Pressed Mineral Eyeshadow in Bridal Party - Brow Bone & Inner Corner
Blush - e.l.f. Blush in Peachy Keen
Mascara - Covergirl Lash Blast Volume
Thoughts on the Hard Being the It Girl Palette?