Wetn’Wild Spring Palette: “Going in the Wild” Review & Swatches 4


This palette is so perfect for spring! The lavender shade and neutral browns are great, along with that trendy sea-foam green.

P1030839 I found this palette at Fred Meyer, and you might still be able to find it at Walgreens. This is limited edition, so if you see it, buy it while you have the chance. P1030843

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P1030846The colors swatch fairly well, except for that beautiful lavender. Unfortunately, that one is the least pigmented of the palette. I still make it work with a good base. I pat the color on with a stiff brush or my finger to get the best pigmentation. I wonder how that blackened purple would look with a black base?

P1030850 P1030852This side is definitely more pigmented than the other… and I’m loving that green!

Overall, this is not one of the best Wetn’Wild palettes out there, but I would definitely say that it is worth it’s $4.99 price tag. I am happy that I got it.

 


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