Wet n Wild has been releasing these eye shadow palettes and they’ve been all the rage because of their great quality and pigmentation and their super low price. They’ve released a few of the 8 shadow palettes, 6 shadows, and some 4 shadows I believe.
I personally don’t actually buy a lot of drugstore eye makeup because they’ve never been great. I did have to get this one, and one another, because they got such good reviews.
Comfort Zone comes with two columns of 4 shadows that you’re supposed to use together to create an eyeshadow look. To go with the palette, I decided to use the 4 colors in the right column (instead of using other shadows from other brands) in the places you’re supposed to use them. 
Here’s what happened:
The rest of the face was kept pretty neutral.

I was definitely pleasantly surprised with how good the quality of these shadows were. They definitely were very soft and pigmented and easily blendable. There wasn’t very much fall out either.
The Browbone shade is a light buttery champagne color with a slight yellow undertone. It’s frosty in finish.
The Eyelid shade is a springy yellow green, also with a pretty shiny finish. It’s got more shimmer than frost though.
The Crease shade is a blackened brown with gold glitter particles infused into it. It’s brown base is slightly grayed out. Very pretty.
The Definer shade is for sure the standout color. It’s very much like Club eyeshadow by Mac – it’s a reddish brown with a very vibrant teal shimmer shot through it.

This palette retails for about (or less than) $4 and you can find it at all drugstores. I’m always seeing it now so it’s not that hard to find anymore. Definitely worth the price!

More photos and products used after the jump.

Products Used:
  • Too Faced Shadow Insurance
  • Mac Painterly Paint Pot
  • “Eyelid” on lid with Mac 239
  • “Definer” in crease with Mac 217
  • “Crease” in outer-v with Mac 217
  • “Browbone” as highlight on browbone and inner corner with Mac 224
  • Nars Orgasm Blush
  • Nars Laguna Bronzer
  • Cover Girl Champagne Eye Shadow on cheekbones
  • Revlon Creme Brulee lip butter

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