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Colour Me Purple with Wet N Wild Petal Pusher

So continuing on with my purple phase came the purchase of the Wet N Wild 8 colour palette called Petal Pusher. I have tried WnW products before and somewhere along the line they dropped off my radar. But they’re back! With a bang! I have to admit that I really have seen how this brand has grown and matured. They are producing beauty that is affordable.
While I love the array of purple shades in this palette I have to admit that there is fallout galore especially with the glittery ones but that hasn’t really bothered me so much since this palette is so cute. The small size makes it ideal of travelling but the plastic packaging maybe a cause for breakage. So far so good for me though. I also love the concept of writing where each shadows go on the actual shadows since it makes it easy for a newbie (like myself) to know where to put them. Of course you can do as you please.
The back of the palette also comes with instructions on how to use the different colours to achieve different looks. Again helpful info for a newbie.
Swatch time!
Left side of palette
Right side of palette

What really made me fall in love with this palette is that it helped me produce a winning look. I used all the colours from the left hand side. Just to note purple is supposed to be a shade that looks great on everyone. Well it worked for me! So do you have love for the colour purple?
Petal Pusher purchased at Magical Makeup in Trincity Mall.
XOXO
Naomi

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