Disclaimer: I purchased the Wet n Wild Comfort Zone Palette used in this review with my own money.
My favorite makeup item to buy, use, and collect is eyeshadow palettes. With most costing at least $40 a pop this is quite an expensive hobby!
That is why I love discovering drugstore gems like the Wet n Wild Comfort Zone palette.
Wet n Wild says:Eight dynamic, perfectly color-coordinated shades with high pigment and pearl for ultra-impact color. Shades can be used together or individually to create an endless variety of looks.
Baking Beauty says: This palette provides a great range of color and superb quality at a very affordable price!
All of these shades are perfectly pigmented. None left me wanting more.
All shades are also buttery smooth and easy to blend.
Ease of use:⅗
These do have a fair bit of fallout no matter how little you put on your brush. Also, a shadow primer is a must( I used Tarte’s Clean Slate)
When properly primed this lasted for around 7 hours on my lids before it started to fade.
The clear top gets and shows dust easily.
Can’t beat this quality for under 5 bucks!
Eye oF the day:
Also wearing:Anastasia Brow Powder Duo in Medium Ash
L’oreal Gel Liner
Available at: Your local drugstore or Drugstore.com