The new WnW 8 pan palettes are now available at Walgreen's and Wal-Mart. They retail for $4.99 each. There are 3 palettes available: Comfort Zone, Petal Pusher, and Blue Had Me At Hello. I did not purchase Blue Had Me At Hello. These palettes are not limited edition and can be found in the normal WnW display.
This palette is light, feminine, and evokes floral images and spring feelings. There is a mix of matte, shimmery, and glittery shades that allow you to create many different looks.
The first two shades are matte. They are beautiful, but weak in pigmentation. The shimmery purple is lovely. The glittery purple is very similar to the shimmery one, but slightly more blue-toned.
The first pink shade is probably my favorite in this palette. It is practically luminous and lovely as a highlight or in the inner corner of the eye. The cranberry shade has a definite purple base when swatched. The darker shades are very nice and extremely pigmented, but just a bit too dark for my personal preferences.
This palette contains more neutral colors. The selection of colors seems very earthy and mossy and can even remind me of military greens and khakis. Many of these shades have an almost metallic finish, creating a colorful glow.
These colors are soft and pigmented and can easily create a smooth neutral look. The second shade is very different on the eye than in the pan- much more copper than champagne. The fourth color makes an excellent liner.
The first color is a mossy green that is very different from anything I own. It seems very versatile and I predict that I will use this often come spring. The second color is a lovely grassy green that is very pigmented and beautiful, but almost too soft. The third color was gorgeous as a liner, and the fourth color is a great dupe for Club by MAC.
Overall, I am very happy with these palettes. If you are interested in them, head out to Walgreen's or Wal-Mart and pick them up. They are flying off the shelves! Hats off, yet again, to Wet'nWild for another quality product.
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