Review | Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette

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Wet N wild Comfort Zone palette is one of the most raved among many beauty bloggers and you tubers. Wet N wild is known for its affordability and excellent pigmentation when it comes to your eye-shadow palettes. I haven’t used any other palettes from Wet N wild except for this Comfort Zone Palette and hands down this is my favorite palette ever. The price of this palette is a total steal.

Wet N Wild Comfort Zone Palette

This palette has 8 warm toned shades and labelled as guidelines (Brow bone, eyelid, crease, definer) but off course you don’t have to follow them.  The shades are mostly metallic, satin and shimmer. There are no matte shades in this but that’s totally okay for me. The left side of the palette has mostly golden toned eye-shadows and right side has mostly dark shades. All the shades are extremely pigmented, soft and buttery. A little goes long way so need to be careful while loading the shades on your brushes. It applies very smoothly and blends very easily. None of the shades are dry or chalky even though few darker shades have fallout. Overall, I love this palette because of this excellent quality of shades, pigmentation and affordability and has universally flattering  shades to create different looks. The swatches below are just one swipe and no primer.

Left Side:

swatches Of WnW

Browbone is a warm beige with peachy undertones with a soft frosted finish. It’s great for highlighting your browbones and also inner corners of your eyes.

Eyelid is a rosy orange copper like color with soft satin metallic finish and this shade works very well on eyelid.

Crease is warm gold brown color and it a perfect shade for crease although I prefer matte shades on my crease. I like to use this on my outer corner of the eyes to create some definition and depth.

Definer is true chocolate brown with shimmer and is slightly darker than the crease shade. It’s a great shade to create a brown smokey eye and also great to use on your lower lash line.

Right Side:

Swatches of WnW 2

Browbone is light pale champagne with gray undertones and it works well on browbone as well as inner corners. Also I like to use this on my entire eyelid for a simple look.

Eyelid is a beautiful light springy yellow green with soft metallic finish.  This shade works well if you want to go with a neutral green smokey eye.

Crease is a beautiful dark green brown with lots of shimmer. Although it’s labelled as a crease shade I really love using this on my entire eyelid or the outer corners of my eyes. Love this shade to create an intense smokey eye look.

Definer is a blue-green duochrome with soft frosted finish. This is the most unique shade in the palette.

Comfort Zone


  • Inexpensive
  • Travel friendly
  • Smooth buttery finish
  • Highly pigmented
  • Easy to blend


  • No matte shades
  • Fallouts

Price: $4.99

Rating: 4.7/5

Have you ever used this palette? Which is your favorite drugstore eyeshadow palette?? Thanks for reading 🙂

Wet N Wild Lipstick Bare It All

The old adage is true, you never know unless you try. This goes for this lipstick! I was very hesitant to get this shade as I thought this pure nude beige like shade would not suit my brown skin but then it was so inexpensive that I ended up getting this shade.

My Reviews:

It’s a matte lipstick and the formula is thick and creamy. It is a perfect neutral beige-not too light or dark. It has enough color to not make like that I wore concealer on my lips or look muddy. The lipstick glides smoothly after I prep my lips (either exfoliate or apply some lip balm). If applied with the balm the lipstick looks like a satin matte finish.  The setback of this lipstick is that if I apply without prepping my lips it’s too dry to work and does not glide smoothly.  I have read that different colors in the Megalast collection feel different. Some are more chalky, but not this one. Color pay-off is good. It will cover your lips in one swipe only but it will give you an  uneven look to the lips so you need apply one more coat to smooth it out .Staying power is ok. Without meal, it stayed up to its claim of 4 hours. With meal, it starts fading in center but slightly visible.


Also, this color is dupe for MAC’s Velvet Teddy.  ! I didn’t believe the hype for this shade until I tried it. This lip color ca be paired with strong eye look or full glam look or with just a simple natural no makeup- makeup look.

The packaging is nothing special. It comes in a black color case with transparent cap for color to show through. Cap is very loose and flimsy but who can complain at this price.


  • Inexpensive
  • Matte finish
  • Doesn’t leave a stain on lips
  • Good pigmentation


  • Flimsy packaging
  • Can’t be put on dry lips

Rating: 3.5/5

Price: $1.99