Wet 'n' Wild - Comfort Zone Palette

This blogger favourite has been on my wishlist for what seems like forever. Up until I had the opportunity to go to New York in February, where I literally squealed with delight when I’d finally got my hands on it. Wet 'n' Wild is a very inexpensive drug store brand that's not easy to get your hands on unless you live in America, which is flipping ridiculous, sort it out W&W!

Isn't it a beauty?
This pallet contains 8 beautiful, highly pigmented buttery shades that can be mixed and matched to create endless eye looks. It's a palette made for those who don't feel comfortable enough to move away from their beloved neutrals, but the pinky undertones and the flash of khaki green enables you to include a pop of colour in your routine without being OTT.

Starting with the left side of the palette.

Brow bone, Eyelid, Crease, Definer

Right side.

Brow bone, Eyelid, Crease, Definer.
I'm almost certain the definer shade on the right side of the palette is a dupe for MAC's blue brown pigment.

Additionally, on the reverse side of the palette it's numbered each of the shades and shown you what looks you can create by using those different numbers. Perfect for those just starting out with make-up, or if you’re someone trying to experiment with different looks but don’t know where to start.

This is such a perfect little palette and a complete bargain as from what I can remember, it was definitely under $5. So if you're lucky enough to be able to get your hands on it, I would 100% recommend you do so!

All I can say is that Wet 'N' Wild seriously need to bring their products to the UK ASAP!

Hope everyone has a lovely day,

Liv xo


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