This is a review for Wet n Wild’s Color Icon “Comfort Zone” eye shadow palette. This palette is available for $4.99 at drugstores and WalMart.
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.
This palette comes in a plastic compact with a clear, flip-up top that snaps shut. The palette is lightweight and good for traveling with.
These shadows are across-the-board soft, well-pigmented, and apply smoothly. I am blown away by how soft to the touch these shadows are. They have wonderful pigmentation and are great to apply. The star of this palette is definitely the duo-chrome color on the lower right side. The color is a dupe for MAC’s Club eye shadow (and is actually probably a better version of the color).
These colors are not only phenomenal individually, but also work well with the other colors in the palette.
The biggest negative about this palette has nothing to do with the shadows themselves. The double-ended brush that comes with this palette has a sponge applicator on one end and a slanted brush on the other. The sponge applicator is like most others, but the brush is very low quality and I can’t see it being used for any type of application effectively.
Ease of Use: 10/10
These shadows all go on smoothly and evenly. You get a beautiful application.
You cannot get a better deal than this. You get 8 shadows for $5–less than $1 for each color! You are absolutely getting more than you pay for.
Try if: you always buy high-end products and want to venture into drugstore brands
Buy if: you’re on a budget and want great green and brown eye shadows