Review: Wet N Wild Color Icon palette - Comfort Zone

4 years ago

Hey Guys!

So yesterday I had a review on the Petal Pusher palette from Wet N Wild. I did 2 posts for the palettes so I could put more pictures of the palettes, hopefully people can see by that the quality of the shadows.

The Petal Pusher palette has a couple of shadows that are not as pigmented as the rest. This palette, the Comfort Zone, does not. All of the eyeshadows are wonderfully pigmented, no exceptions. It`s just amazing! The colors are all neutrals, and there`s a great range from light highlighting colors to lid colors, to a gorgeous green, to darker crease and outter corner colors. All so beautiful!

Now, this, as the other Wet N Wild palettes I have, are only faulted to be a bit too powdery and, as a consequence to that, having a little of fall out. However, that only is a problem with darker colors, and you just need to be a little more careful when applying those. I own a lot of higher end shadows that are like that too (hello Too Faced) so taking in consideration that this costs less than US$6,00, you can`t even complain about that.

For the colors that say "browbone", I really only use the shadow at the left side for that, the right side one I prefer all over the lid. I wouldn`t use that as a highlighter, but It could work for darker skintones. The crease color at the left side, i also like for all over the lid, cause I like my crease to have a darker color than that. But that is my personal preference of course.
My favorite colors of all of them are the green "Eyelid" at the right side and the "Crease" color at the left side. Wow, that is one gorgeous unique color!

And what I love about this is that it`s a very complete neutral palette, with a pop of color. It`s really amazing! I know I`ve been giving a lot of A+++ lately, so this will get an A++++. Fantastic palette! Who needs to spend 50 bucks at Naked palette anyways??

* photos by me*

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