Hey Cuties! Today, I’m working on one of my drugstore’s favourite eyeshadow palette. I did a review a week ago where I raved about the Wet n Wild Comfort Zone Eyeshadow Palette and today I’m bringing in yet another palette from the same family, the Petal Pusher. This palette has more purplish-pink hues for cooler skin-toned compared to Comfort Zone palette.
After my experienced with Comfort Zone, I rushed to get another same palette to stock up in my stash. A few days ago, while shopping, I saw this Petal Pusher and it’s calling to me. So, obviously I got to get it. I’m also very curious to know if there is any difference between these two palettes.
Anyways, I posted on facebook and twitter if I should do a review and the answer is yes. So, here I am doing just that. A REVIEW! Yay!!!
I noticed that in Petal Pusher the formula is a little different compares to Comfort Zone. First thing first, the texture in the pan are much drier or solid especially the Browbone, Eyelid and Define on my left column while on the right column the Crease and Definer are more rough on touch.
Unfortunately the White browbone and Lavender eyelid weren’t able to transform the shades as best as the other shades in the palette. There are many tiny micro-glitters on both the Crease and Definer formula category. I love the Soft Pink browbone highlighter which is the most creamiest and softest of all. The pigmentation is simply incredible with a satin silky finish. Where else the other shades have more metallic finish except the white and lavender which looked more matte finish to me. I don’t know, it’s late now and my eyes may be playing tricks on me, or maybe different lighting angle 😦
Now get your shadow-brushes and be ready to blend, blend and blend!
Keep this line-up on standby for the next time you hit snooze, and prepare to be impressed.
The highly pigmented creamy formula of this product is one-stop makeup exemplified, for it can be applied in a matter of seconds, lasts incredibly well and the formula is such as requires minimal blending.
The above color swatches you could wear them for evening wear while the bottom shades will be more for daywear.
It’s an ideal piece to reach for if you’re in a rush or on-the-go especially the Comfort Zone Color Icon palette. I do like this Petal Pusher palette which has more cool-toned shades than the Comfort Zone and the shades are versatile where you can create a sultry or intense eye makeup look.
What are your one-stop makeup favourites?
Thank you for taking the time to read.