The Comfort Zone palette has eight gorgeous neutral shades, which can be used alone or together. The packaging is nothing amazing but what it lacks in this area it makes up for in the eyeshadows themselves and is also most likely away to keep the costs down. On the back of the packaging there is a nice little guide giving a few ideas as to where to apply the shadows. I do quite like the fact that they have where to use each shadow stamped onto the shadow itself but this is just a guide and you can definitely experiment with them.
I find that they blend really well and that they all go perfectly with each other meaning you can create so many different looks with it. Due to the formula being quite soft I have found that there can sometimes be a little bit of fall out but this isn’t a huge deal for me as it can easily be cleaned away. The colours are all highly pigmented even without primer as you can see from the swatches.
With primer the shadows tend to last about 5-6 hours before they start to fade and crease a little. I really love this palette as its great for creating amazing shimmery day-time eyes but also for creating more dramatic evening looks. I don’t think the picture does justice as to how gorgeous and shimmery they are. For some reason the second last shade doesn’t seem to be as pigmented in the picture as it is in real life. I think this will definitely be coming on holiday with me when I go in August.
What do you think of the Wet n Wild Comfort Zone palette? And what other Wet n Wild products do you recommend?