Unfortunately I can't congratulate them for turning out another awesome 8 pan palette.
More after the jump!
Poster Child is replacing Blue Had Me at Hello, and while I don't really find myself in the market for a ridiculously blue palette, I honestly wish that they would have kept it instead. Blue Had Me at Hello is by no means Comfort Zone level quality, but it is leagues above this new palette. I'll just let the swatches speak for themselves here...
Poor pigmentation aside, this palette also falls flat of the normal Wet n Wild legendary quality because of the stiff texture that pretty much all of the shades posses. They're pretty hard and difficult to deal with, but I guess the silver lining in this scenario is that there is minimal fallout.
Personally, I find the majority of the colors to be a bit tacky and garish, but the pinks might be promising for the occasional bright look. If you really want to get a nice kick of color though, you'll want to use both either a primer or a white base (or both) depending on the amount of vividness that you want.
Size: 0.3 oz, 8.5 g
Availability: Wet n Wild retailers
- Poor pigmentation
- Cheap packaging
- Hard texture
Cruelty free: Yup!
Overall rating: just... no.
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Disclaimer: This product was purchased with my own funds for personal use and review purposes. There are no affiliate links in this post and all views and opinions expressed are my own.