Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette Review

Over the past couple of months I’ve discovered that budget-friendly beauty brand Wet n Wild has quite a few gems in their product line, including their MegaLast Lipsticks, which I absolutely love.

I’m a sucker and always have to run through the makeup aisles whenever I go to the store so I picked up the Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette for about $5 recently during a late night grocery run. 😀

Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette

OVERALL REVIEW: 8

Packaging: Clear plastic lid. Reasonably sturdy for the price and snaps securely. 7/10

Longevity: Slight creasing with some darker shades after a full day. 7/10

Application: Well pigmented and easy peasy to blend! 9/10

Texture: Very smooth and soft. 9/10

The Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette comes with 8 gorgeous shades that transfer well between day and night time looks. Every shade in this palette has a shimmery finish and while I can definitely appreciate some shimmer, I wish there was at least one matte shade to tone down the glow a little. Each shade in this palette is labeled as “browbone, crease, etc.” and while you can certainly put each shade wherever you wish, people who are new to makeup might appreciate having a clear direction mapped out!

These eyeshadows are all well pigmented, smooth and a breeze to blend! A couple of the shades surprised me a little, though. The pink eyelid shade definitely came across warmer when I swatched it and wore it than it looked in the pan. The reddish definer shade loses a lot of that redness and looks very similar to black on your eyes. Oh, and the right side definer shade is a great, budget-friendly dupe for the almighty MAC’s Blue Brown Pigment!

I noticed a little bit of creasing with a couple of the darker shades after a full days wear but it was pretty minimal.

Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette Swatches
Left side swatches

 

Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette Swatches
Right side swatches

 

All in all, this is a really lovely palette for the price point! Eight gorgeous shades to create day or night time looks, a MAC Blue Brown dupe and the shadows are super blendable! What more could you want?

Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette Look

For this look, I used every shade from the left side of the palette as well as the “crease” shade on the right. I tied this eyeshadow look together with some liner on the top and bottom, a pair of lashes and Anastasia Brow Powder Duo and Clear Brow Gel. I’m also wearing Bite Beauty’s Cava on my lips with a little of MAC’s Stone lip liner.

Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette Look

Have you tried this palette yet? Tell me about your favorite Wet N Wild products! I’ve got some things coming to you guys in the near future including a review of the LASplash liquid lipsticks and a couple of tutorials for prom looks!

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8 thoughts on “Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette Review

  1. oooooo what lashes are those?? I love this look u made with comfort zone. I have owned this palette for a few years and can never seem to get it to behave for me..

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