Today I’m sharing my swatches and thoughts for the new Wet ‘n Wild 8 pan palettes. There are a couple of things I forgot to mention in my video- All of these new palettes have a few re-promotes from previous palettes, which is a good thing if you missed out, or really like a color, but it’s kinda annoying when companies repromote the same colors over an over (MAC, I’m looking at you- *cough*Deep Truth*cough*) It might just be my imagination, but some of the new ones seem slightly different (the mushroom-gold in the Nigh Elf palette is warmer than the Comfort Zone version). The good thing is that most of the repeats come from the hard-to-find- Holiday palettes! YAY! Also I forgot to mention that I used the palettes- I used Comfort Zone and Petal Pusher to do the look I was wearing in the review (tutorial coming very soon). They do seem to have a bit of fall out, and some colors (like the Olive green in CZ) are best applied wet to get the full potential!
These were all swatched dry, with a brush on the back of my hand, with a little bit of foundation as a base. I also included some comparison swatches from their previous palettes 🙂
Ok time for pictures!
Blue Had Me At Hello Palette
And now some Comparison swatches to previous palettes:
As you can see, the Vanity palette’s butter-colored highlighter is a bit smoother and cooler, And Night Elf’s Mushroom color is a touch warmer than the one in Comfort Zone.
So what do you think? Are you excited to pick this up, or are you passing on these? Which palette are you the most interested in and why?
Where to buy: For now are only available at Walgreens and Walmart (At least that’s what I’ve Heard). Also I’ve heard that there are permanent, but I don’t know if I’d risk waiting for a sale- they’re going like hot-cakes!
How Much? $4.99- Super Cheap -Loves it!
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All Products shown are cruelty-free (not tested on animals) to be best of my knowledge. I strive to buy only-cruelty free, but I don’t judge those who cannot. I know that not everyone can has the ability put their money where their heart is, but I do my best to only show cruelty-free options, and to let you know if something I use is not cruelty free.