Friday, January 24, 2014

Green EotD with Wet 'n' Wild Comfort Zone

This colors in this eye of the day look reminded me of shamrocks once I was finished with it.  I'll have to remember to recreate it for St. Patrick's Day.

Eyes: Wet 'n' Wild Comfort Zone palette
                         -- "eyelid" color (shimmery moss green) on the moving lid and lower lashline
                         -- "crease" color (dark brown-y sparkling green) in the crease and outer v
                         -- "definer" color (dark brown with green flash) along the upper lashline
        Wet 'n' Wild Color Icon single in Brulee (matte cream) under the brow and to blend crease
        Urban Decay eyeshadow in Loaded (dark blue-tinged green) tiny bit in outer v
        Fresh Supernova Mascara

From left: Wet 'n' Wild Comfort Zone palette "eyelid", "crease", "definer" colors; Urban Decay Loaded eyeshadow, Wet 'n' Wild Color Icon single in Brulee

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Comfort Zone is a great palette.  The shadows have a lovely formula, and it is quite versatile because it has 6 beautiful neutrals (I think the "browbone" color and "crease" color on the right side are neutrals) that work incredibly well for everyday, but you can also mix in some shimmery green for something a little different it so desired.  Plus it's around $5 USD!



  1. Stunning look! I got Comfort Zone for Christmas and can't wait to play around with the green shades in the palette. Great inspiration! xo


  2. Thanks, Jen! Have fun trying out new looks!

  3. Very nice look and great combination of shades!

  4. I just bought MAC's club and I wish I hadn't! Evidently it's a dupe for the definer shade...and the WNW shadow looks more pigmented!! haha

    Gorgeous eye look! I looove green shadows :)