Wet n Wild Sunset Junction Color Icon Blush&Glow Trio Review+Swatches

Wet n Wild Sunset Junction Color Icon Blush&Glow Trio
 Wet n Wild's Color Icon Blush&Glow Trios are an all in one blush, bronzer, and highlight palette exclusive to the limited edition Summer 2015 Silver Lake Collection. Three color combos are available, I picked up the lightest one, Sunset Junction. These affordable face palettes contain a whopping 12 grams (.42 oz) of product and sell for just $4 - an amazing value! Wet n Wild is cruelty free. The Blush&Glow Trios are made in China.

Wet n Wild Sunset Junction Color Icon Blush&Glow Trio
 Wet n Wild's Blush&Glow Trios come in a large, circular, white palette with a clear flip top lid. The Wet n Wild logo and product name are printed on the lid in silver lettering that'll rub away quite quickly (mines half gone!). The shade name and full ingredient list can be found on the back of the compact.
Wet n Wild Sunset Junction Color Icon Blush&Glow Trio Close Up
The Blush&Glow Trios are split into three equally sized triangles of product. Luckily, each wedge is large enough to fit full sized face brushes into, so you'll only picking up the product you're aiming for. The line between all three products is quite crisp, but of course they'll become much more blurred over time. While I think products like this look really pretty, I kinda prefer everything to be in it's own separate pan. 
Wet n Wild Sunset Junction Color Icon Blush&Glow Trio Swatch
Can I just say that I'm completely impressed by Wet n Wild's Sunset Junction Blush&Glow Trio! Initially, I felt a few regrets, but the more I worked with Sunset Junction the more I liked it! All three products have a fantastically smooth, almost creamy texture that makes them incredibly easy to apply and blend, all without kicking up any extra powder! Each product in this trio has medium pigmentation that can be sheered out or built up as desired. The only downside I can see with Wet n Wild's Sunset Junction Trio is longevity - the highlighter and blush are faded after six hours, the bronzer after seven. Wear time isn't terrible, its just not idea either. 
Wet n Wild Sunset Junction Color Icon Blush&Glow Trio Swatches
 Sunset Junction Highlighter is a pigment packed beige that's just loaded with fine silver and pink shimmer. Applied with a heavy hand, this pressed illuminator packs a heavily frosted punch. On the other hand, if dusted on with a fan brush, the Sunset Junction highlighter provides a soft, ethereal glow that catches light in such a lovely way

 Sunset Junction Blush is a soft, warm carnation pink with a satin finish. This blusher creates such a healthy, rosy, natural looking flush - its the kind of blush someone with fair to medium skin can't go wrong with! Soft pink blushes like this go with pretty much any look.

 Sunset Junction Bronzer is a light brown shade with orange tones and a satin finish. This bronzer is a little warmer and more orange based than I prefer for my pale skin, so I find it a little hard to work with. I use it quite sparingly across my forehead, nose, and cheekbones to add just a hint of a sunny color to my skin. The Sunset Junction Bronzer is far to warm to contour with, at least on skin tones similar to mine.
Wet n Wild Sunset Junction Color Icon Blush&Glow Trio Applied
All and all, Wet n Wild's Sunset Junction Blush&Glow Trio is pretty good! Packaging is fun, functional, and fairly sturdy. All three products have excellent, user friendly formulas. I really do love the blush and highlighter. The bronzer isn't my thing, personally, but that doesn't mean it isn't good! I really like the Sunset Junction Blush&Glow Trio, and I encourage you to pick it up before its gone! 

Mica, Nylon 12, Zinc Stearate, Talc, Ethyl Macadamiate, Dimethicone, Polybutene, Lauryl Lysine, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Ethyhexylglycerin, Hexylene Glycol, o-Cymen-5-ol, Tocopherol, Methicone. May Contain: Iron Oxides, Red 40, Red 7, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Titanium Dioxide, Ultramarines