Thanks for opening up! Haha! (I guess I am becoming too comfortable since I am now busting out the puns...) Anyway, aren't they beautiful? I also like the change up from the black packaging to the white. The floral graphic on the front is pretty and makes it seem a little more expensive. I know a lot of people depot the WnW shadows, but I find the packaging to be really lightweight and easy to travel with since it's so minimal.
Going in the Wild
Going in the Wild is a mix of spring colours and everyday neutrals. The left side has a purple eye look while the right has a green eye look. Both sides incorporate neutrals. I am very excited about the mint green shadow. I don't have anything like that in my collection, and it's the "it" colour for spring. The right side definer is unique for me too. All the neutrals are great as well and will definitely be used.
Overall, 'Going in the Wild' is a great way to add some of those new spring shades (lilac, mint) to your collection in a way that gives you ideas on how to wear them and doesn't break the bank. I highly recommend searching your local drugstores for this palette!
Now for the dupes! Of course, when I saw this palette I initially thought I already have Urban Decay's Naked 1 and Naked 2, do I really need any more nude shadows?
Especially considering that right side of Nude Awakening looks exactly like the end of Naked 1.
Like identical. Which is actually perfect since, as you can see, Toasted was a favourite.
Not judging the shadow by how it looks in the pan, I swatched the WnW and the UD shadows for side-by-side comparisons. Pretty close matches, right? Definitely close enough to fill the void of hitting pan on any of my shadows.
Another big recommendation from me with Nude Awakening! Even if you have Naked 1, it can never hurt to have a five dollar back-up. Also, if you have been on the fence about spending $50 on the UD Naked palette, I highly suggest picking this WnW one up.
Overall, I am again impressed by these Wet 'n Wild palettes. I wasn't always into the hype, being disappointed in the pigmentation of 'Petal Pusher.' However after purchasing the 'Knock on Wood' trio and the 'Comfort Zone' palette, I am sold on their amazing quality for their ridiculously affordable pricing! I hope this helps you decide if you want to search for these limited edition spring palettes!
Are you going to search for these palettes? What's on your make-up wish list this spring?