Tell ’em Wednesday a collaboration with Curly Spring Blossom



Hey Beauties!

We beauty bloggers are very opinionated and ask us anything about BB cream, dry shampoo or even how to get your eyebrows like Cara Delevingne you get a list of 101 tips on how to it, what to buy and what to avoid. That’s why I’m pairing with my good blogger friend Ingrid from Curlyspringblossom to do our first Blogger’s Collaboration. So, be sure to give her a visit after your done visiting here. I’ll put her link below. I trust her opinion for a collaborative post. Therefore we have decided to do this together on a weekly basis – meaning every Wednesday at 10.00am we will post our Tell ’em Wednesday! In this post and the following week, we will be sharing with you our drugstore beauty products with a price tag of $5 to $10. So, let’s roll 😀

wet n wild eyeshadow

Wet n Wild Comfort Zone Eyeshadow Palette ($4.78) is an earth toned palette that consists of eight eyeshadows.

Okay, I’ve heard raves about this Wet n Wild eyeshadow palette on youtube and from many beauty bloggers and I was over the moon when I saw it at my local Walmart. Yipee!! So, I picked this palette and went home happy with my Wet n Wild Eyeshadow palette in tow.

Among the three palettes available at the counter, I picked Comfort Zone in 738 simply because I love the shades in warm neutral and earthly tone the most – out of the other two palettes there. Sorry guys, I just need one for now. But I promise to come back for more once I try it. Below are the three palettes I saw at Walmart. The palette on the left is Petal Pusher (mostly purple) and bottom one is Poster Child (bright and vibrant). Each palette net wt: 0.30 oz.

wet n wild palettes

There are two columns in this palette. Please bear with me, for I’ll been saying the word palette, palette for like a thousand times in this post:P

Column one

Browbone : Warm beige

Eyelid: Rosy copper

Crease: Medium-dark golden brown

Definer: Dark burgundy with subtle red-undertones

Column two

Browbone : Dirty Grey Pewter

Eyelid: Parsley Green with a golden sheen

Crease: Charcoal brown with a pearly sheen

Definer: Red brown with a teal duochrome and frosted finish

color swatch sassy

The color payoff is simply out of this world. It’s extremely pigmented and with its creamy soft texture. It’s so amazing that I can’t stop loving this palette. Oh my Comfort Zone! Except for the green and chocolate brown shades that gives a sheer finish. Otherwise, they’re smooth, soft and blendable.

wet n wild eyelook

I didn’t encounter any fallout residue or fading the whole time I was wearing it. I’m super happy with this purchase and will definitely go back for more. I will confidently recommend this to my family and friends. For only $4.78 a palette, nothing beats its quality and value. So, if you haven’t pick this Wet n Wild Color icons eyeshadow palette, I highly recommend it.


Now, what do you think of this palette? Will you be picking one palette or all of ’em? Love to hear your comments. Now, head over to curlyspringblossom and check out what she has for you.

As always, thank you so much for taking the time to read. Until next Tell ’em Wednesday, stay beautiful!

Sharon xoxo ❤

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Hi Everyone, I'm Sharon! I'm obsessed with makeup and addicted to shopping. I love testing and reviewing beauty products and decided to translate my passion into writing blog posts to be shared with you guys. Enjoy reading! xoxo

7 thoughts on “Tell ’em Wednesday a collaboration with Curly Spring Blossom”

  1. Great post dear Sharon! I think that even if I heard a lot of very good reviews about these palettes, the packaging always been a total turn off for me 😦 … You just convinced me to give it a try 🙂 xo’s

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