I've wanted to try the Comfort Zone palette from Wet n Wild for quite a while now, but everytime I come across it I think to myself, "Maybe I'll wait until next time..". There were a lot of 'next times' and I still hadn't gotten it, so I was really excited when Megan ended up getting it for me as a gift! Isn't she a sweet best friend?
The Color Icon Eyeshadow Collection palettes contain eight shadows, which are all labelled with 'Browbone', 'Eyelid', 'Crease', and 'Definer'. This can come in handy for a quick and easy eye look, and there's also some ideas on the back of the palette.
The packaging seems a bit cheap but the plastic is really sturdy, and I actually can't get it to open without popping a knife or something into it which is pretty inconvenient! The difficulty I have opening this palette is the only problem I have with the packaging.
Here are the swatches! You've got some beautiful neutral shades, a nice olive, and an awesome duochrome! Seriously, look at it!
The quality of these shadows is superb. The texture is so buttery and smooth, and the pigmentation is phenomenal. They're just excellent in every way! The only shades that weren't quite up to par with the rest were the Browbone shade and the Definer shade from the left side of the palette (the first and last swatch in the first photo). They were a wee bit drier and I went over them two or three times, while the other shadows were a single swipe each.
Overall, I would defintely recommend this palette! I already recommend Wet n Wild's shadows, but this palette is a bang for your buck - you get eight beautiful shades and wonderful quality for cheap! I need to thank you again for getting this for me, Megan!!