Wet n Wild Comfort Zone Palette

Hi, everyone!

I’m so sorry I haven’t posted in a while. I had a crazy week and didn’t have much time to get photos together for a post. But now I do!

CZ tutorial

I was playing around with my Wet n Wild palette in Comfort Zone and decided to post a tutorial for this really simple neutral smokey-ish look. It’s super easy and only takes a couple minutes to do.

1. Take the “browbone” shade from the right side of the palette and pat it into the inner 2/3 of the lid.

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2. Take the “definer” shade from the right side and work it into the outer third, blending it in with your base color. Drag any excess through your crease.

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3. Dip your brush into the “definer” shade on the left side and the “crease” shade on the right side and buff it into the outer V area. Make it as soft or dramatic as you’d like!

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4. Using a smaller brush, smudge your shadows onto the bottom lid. I used the second color over most of the bottom lid and blended the light shade in near the inner corner and dark shades near the outer corner.

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Almost done! It should look something like this:

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5. Line it up! I used a pencil on the upper lashline for a softer look. You can also line your waterline if you’d like, but I chose not to.

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6. Curl your lashes and grab some mascara!

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Easy, right? I’ve been trying to use this palette without the rose-gold shade I love so much, and I like how this turned out. What looks have you done with this palette? Show me some photos!

Have a great weekend!

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