The packaging is very basic which is expected for the price. I would say it wouldn't travel as well as something like an Urban Decay palette because of this.
This is a great beginners palette because it shows you wear to apply each colour to create different looks. As well as this each shade is labelled with wear it is best to apply them.
The thing that I love about Wet N Wild shadows is how the consistency is so comparable to high end ones. They're very creamy but do have a little fall out sometimes but you get used to this after a few uses.
The shadows are very well pigmented, even the lighter shades which is sometimes not the case with drugstore products. With the darker shades you need hardly any product for them to show up on the eyes but they also blend out very easily.
One of my favourite shades in the palette has to be the one on the bottom right. It is a lovely duo-chrome brown/green that is similar to MAC's Club eyeshadow. It is perfect for making a smokey eye look a little more interesting. I find these shadows last really well on my eyes especially with a primer underneath.
|Swatches without primer.|
I have however found a link to a seller in Ebay here which works out as it costing around £7.00 which is still a very good deal. Here's the link.
Have you tried Wet N Wild shadows before?