Wet N Wild Petal Pusher Palette

I purchased the Wet n Wild Petal Pusher Palette from Wal-Mart for $5. You're getting 8 extremely pigmented eyeshadows for less...


I purchased the Wet n Wild Petal Pusher Palette from Wal-Mart for $5.

You're getting 8 extremely pigmented eyeshadows for less than $1 each, how exciting is that?

This palette is insanely pigmented. I'm beyond impressed with it. It's as pigmented, soft, and as easily blendable as Urban Decay eye shadows.

The only downside to them, is that because they are so soft, they have a lot of fall out, so be prepared for clean up!
This really isn't a big deal at all if you're like me and you do your foundation AFTER your eye makeup anyhow.

A few of these also have quite a bit of glitter, it doesn't show up so much on your eyelid, but it does fall down on your cheeks when applying.

These show up great with and without primer.
With my Urban Decay Primer Potion, these stayed in place for over 10+ hours, and 6 hours of that was spent working in a tanning salon that stays around 85+ degrees, and another hour or so was spent outside, in the sun.

Here are some pictures for you!
All of these are top to bottom, left to right.
So, the whole right side, top to bottom, then the whole left side, top to bottom.
In Natural Light, With Primer.

With Flash, Using Primer.

With Flash, No Primer

No Flash, No Primer

WnW

As you can tell, these are all really pigmented, even without primer.
The flash really washes them out though.

It's hard to tell, but the top shade on the left is a white duo chrome, that flashes a bright lilac.
The Lavendar color underneath is actually lighter than the top color in direct light, and I'd consider it a dupe for the Nyx Pearl Loose Pigment in Lilac.
The "crease" color is a matte dark purple.
The Definer color is also kind of a duo-chrome. I'm not sure I'd actually consider it one, but the glitter makes it appear that way.
It's a purple color with blue and silver glitter, so in direct light, it flashes more blue than purple.

The top right is an iridescent pinky-lilac.
The eyelid color is a burgundy-ish purple with gold shimmer.
The Crease color is a black-y purple with a lot of shimmer. I've heard it's a dupe for MAC - Beauty Marked, but I don't own in, so I can't tell you for sure.
The Definer color is a black with silver glitter.
It's very, very similar to Urban Decay - Oil Slick, just slightly less pigmented.

I definitely recommend you try the Wet N Wild Petal Pusher Palette.
I intend to pick up more of their palettes when I get a chance!

I really think that this is a must buy for fall.

For a look I did using this palette, go here

Thanks for reading!
xx

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