Review of Wet 'n' Wild 8-pan Palette "Comfort Zone" by melliecay
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This is hands down my favorite drugstore palette for everyday eye shadow. I pack this in my traveling bag every time because of the versatility of this palette. The eye shadows have a great range and are suitable from day to evening wear. I'll start with the left side of the palette. The brow bone is a beige shimmery/frosty shadow. It reminds me a lot of shroom. I actually swatched them together and they look SO similar! This eyelid shade is a rose gold like color, also super pigmented and finely milled. I've found that it's really comparable to Toasted in my Urban Decay palette. The crease is a beautiful medium brown with shimmer. I find this to actually be a great color for my eyelid on my NC40-42 skin when I want a smoky eye look. And the last color on the left, the definer, is a dark pigmented brown w/ gold specks of glitter. I usually use this color for my outer V. The right side is full of olive, neutral, greens. The browbone on the left is a taupe like color with a hint of green. I find that it's too dark for even my NC 40-42 to use for a browbone color, however, I think it's just absolutely beautiful on my lids. The eyelid color is an almost golden like light green. It reminds me of Mac Juxt, but I think that the Wet 'n' Wild one is actually more pigmented. The crease is a very dark, very pigmented, almost black, green. It works really well as a definer for my outer V. And the last color, the definer, is actually what this palette is famous for. It is a duochrome shadow that is a complete dupe of Mac's Club eye shadow.