This is one of my most reached for eyeshadow pallets right now. I never use the left side and find myself only using the right and not the top highlight oclors at all.
The right lid, the crease (awesome dupe for beautymarked by mac) and the definer color makes quite a pretty eye.
would rebuy. awesome addition.
This is my very first WnW palette and I must say I am very impressed. I love the colours and how soft the shadows are. I liked this one so much I ran back to Walgreens to pick up the othe two. The other are nice too. Watch out Urban Decay you've got some competition.
I loved the comfort zone palette. But this one is just not that great in comparison. It's still a good deal and this palette is not teribble it's just not as good as the comfort zone one. Some of the colors in this palette (especially the first one) lacks pigmentation...
But for about $5 still a good product
Maybe I've been spoiled by other wnw eye shadows, but this palette left much to be desired. Maybe 3 or 4 shades were pigmented enough to show up on my skin (around NC37). They were all the darker ones and I have enough crease colors in my other wnw palettes. If the lighter colors gave off any color, I definitely would have kept it, but I returned it. Maybe I got a bad one but it wasn't worth it after getting the Lust palette and having both light and dark shades be super pigmented.
I don't understand why this particular palette has a lower rating than the other two. The colours aren't as bright, but I like it. It makes my hazel eyes pop without looking OTT. They're great every day colours for when I feel like something other than the usual browns and neutrals. For the price you really can't go wrong either.
This is a nice purple/pinky palette for someone who doesn't wear a lot of purple but wants to have it for new looks or to play with. I didnt feel it was as pigmented as the others but I also didnt feel it was as shimmery as the other 2, even though all the colors have shimmer.
I probably wouldn't buy it again because I just don't think there is a enough there to make it a "must-have"-decent colors with decent payoff but not HG.
A lot of people are obsessed with these palettes, but I was not so impressed with this one (my only one) that I would become a shameless devotee of this line. This palette is alright, but I've used better. The light colors can be sheer, even over UDPP. The highlight color in the top left is useless. The one on the top right is much more pigmented, but is a little frosty for my liking. The darker colors are better, but have a tendency to get muddled up together so you can't tell which is which. I actually swatched the two dark purples on the lower left, and while they look different in the pan, they are the same on my fingers! I did a look today using 4 or 5 of the colors and it was nice. I LIKE this palette, but I'm keeping it real. Its a $5 palette from the drugstore. I'm not going to hype this up. It is probably one of the better DS shadow collections, but it is no Urban Decay.
I bought all 3 palettes and I fell in love with the pulps in here but...they're barely pigmented...I was let down. The other 2 are nice but this one is too sheer...more like highlitghing colors
Out of the new three 8-pan pallets from Wet n Wild this is my least favorite. The colors are nice and good pigmentation but they just don't compare to the other two as far as color originality and quality. These seem a bit more chalky than the other two. For the price it's worth a try if you really like the purple, pink mauve colors but I would skip it if you already have a bunch of these colors.
I also have Comfort Zone, which I love, and I purchased this one as well. Like I said in my Comfort Zone review, I only recently began getting into WNW products after the recent hype about their shadows on beauty blogs and such. I knew that the 8 pan palettes were hard to find, so I snatched these both when I saw them at Walgreens. I mean, seriously? $4.99? Amazing.
I LOVE these colors as well. One of the shades is an exact dupe for MAC's beauty marked, and I think is easier to work with and has more of the purpley undertones to it (a common complain with beauty marked is that it shows up as just black unless you foil it).
SUPER pigmented colors. I found that at first, I was over applying because I though, "Hey, cheap shadows, so you much have to pack on the color." Nope. I was wrong. Be sure to tap of the access and gradually build these colors. Especially the darker ones. They're very saturated in color.
I also found them easy to blend, so that was a plus as well!
The packaging is cheap, but I'm assuming that's how they keep their products so affordable. I do wish they would improve their packaging though. I'm scared to travel with these for fear that they'll shatter underneath the cheap plastic cover.
BUT, overall, LOVE this product. I've been buying more and more WNW products, and I'm continually impressed.