Excuse the crappy photo!
L to R: WnW Fast Dry Twining Vines, lip gloss, eyeshadow trio and blush.
Wet n Wild Twining Vines is a shimmery lime-green foil with green and gold shimmers. Very spring!
Wet n Wild Glossy Gloss Mow the Glass, your standard light pink lip gloss. Really sticky and rather thick. Slight odd fruity taste.
Wet n Wild Coloricon eyeshadow trio in Flora. A lime green shimmer, a darker green and a matte tangerine orange eyeshadow.
Wet n Wild Coloricon blusher in Mellow Wine. Very pink and very pigmented. Applying too much can look as though you've been drinking!
Here I swatched the makeup on my arm (no primer):
I was hoping the eyeshadow would be more pigmented. Well, what do you expect from drugstore eyeshadow? I tried it out on my eye with primer and an undercoat of white liner and it was still sheer. I have somewhat tropical eyes. I might still play with other eye looks and the blush was a bonus because I always use lipstick as blush. So this gift set was not a total bust.
Overall, I'd recommend this set as a gift for a tween girl that you're not acquainted with but are obligated to give a gift for whatever event. (Y'know what I mean, right?) Otherwise, you should probably pass on this deal.
The other set was called Fauna and it had purple and blue toned shadows and a teal polish. There's only one person that can pull off those color combos but I tend to avoid it at all costs!