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Wet N Wild Color Icon Collection - 738 Comfort Zone $4.49
My goodness, I am completely head over heels right now. Alright. Starting with the left column; and the reason I wanted this in the first place.
This is the more skin tone-friendly side of the palette.
Browbone: This is a very nice shade to highlight with. While it leans towards a creamy yellow in my photos, this blends to a beautiful nude shimmer.
Eyelid: Looking at this in the pan, I thought this would be like the pink in Walking On Eggshells. This blends out to a crisp copper.
Crease: Again, the look of the pan deceives the true color of this shadow. Instead of a brown with gold shimmer, it blends to gold with shimmer.
Definer: In photos, this will show up almost black with gold specks here and there. In actuality, this is a chocolate with brown and sick burgundy shimmer.
I would describe this as the party side of the palette.
Browbone: I'm not sure if I would use this shade on the brow bone if you have a lighter skin tone, but I could see this working as a mid-lid highlight.
Eyelid: This green reminds me of the '90s and I can't pinpoint why, but it is gorgeous. I would describe this as an enchanted forest moss.
Crease: I almost love this one. It's packed full of silver, gold & chocolate glitter. I just wish the actual black base of the shadow was better formulated.
Definer: This eyeshadow will be in my history books forever and always. It will be the only reason I ever repurchase this palette if need be. The base is a satin rusted rose and the iridescent teal in this is just psychotic in the most wonderful way. I want this all over my body all day, every day.
All in all, this is just a fun shimmer-full palette that is beyond my wildest dreams of drugstore makeup. If I am ever able to get anything across to you, it is to never judge a palette by it's shelf visual. Obviously, you have now seen swatches of these colors, but I would have never picked this up just by looking at the palette on the store shelf. Not to mention the fact that it was on a shelf an inch above the floor laying down. It's times like these that I am glad I have a Pinterest addiction.