For the past 3-4 weeks, I went to pretty much all of the CVS locations around the Bay Area (over 50 for sure) looking for the Limited Edition Wet n' Wild palettes. All the ones I went to either had empty displays, or did not have the display at all. My last trip, I was able to find one of the palettes, which is Drinking A Glass of Shine (and it was the last palette on the whole display!). I was super excited to finally find it.
Browbone: Matte white. It was very powdery and chalky.
Eyelid: Matte green. It reminds me of Urban Decay's Chronic without the yellow sparkles. This was very smooth, probably the smoothest of the palette and had major fallout, but it was quite pigmented.
Crease: Matte bright blue. Chalky and powdery.
Definer: Matte purple. This was probably the worst color in the palette. It was very hard. The pigmentation of this sucked.
Browbone: Matte creamy beige. This was very smooth and pigmented. Perfect for highlighting.
Eyelid: Matte peachy-orange. This was very smooth and pigmented. This color had the best color payoff in my opinion, and is my favorite shade in this whole palette.
Crease: Matte brown: Pigmented
Definer: Matte black with slight shimmer. Kind of chalky, but workable.
The palette I wanted the most was Sparkle 'Til Morning, but I have not found it yet. Am I going to try to find it? Nope, probably not anymore because I'm at the point to where these aren't even worth it anymore. It is not because this palette isn't the "best" palette I have tried, but it is because I would rather spend my money on something more expensive and have an easier time accessing it. Going through all the stores, my boyfriend had to fill up gas twice, which was about $50 in GAS money. I am disappointed for not finding Sparkle 'Til Morning, but I guess I will just indulge myself in the Cinderella Storylook Palette.
What do you think about these palettes?