When I read nothing but positive reviews about the Wet n Wild Fergie Centerstage Collection Milano Eyeshadow Palette, I of course made it my mission to track down this bargain beauty favorite.
Being that it can be a challenge to track down Wet n Wild products, I searched high and low in many Walgreen stores in my proximity. It was only after I made it to a highly reliable Walgreens 60 miles alway that I found a display full of these neutral, shimmery palettes.
Some are saying this $8 palette is comparable to the Urban Decay Naked palettes, but more favorably. I own the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette and have to agree that the Wet n Wild version is definitely easier to work with. While the 10 eyeshadows in the Wet n Wild palette are equally pigmented and easy to work with, I’ve always found Urban Decay shadow a bit more challenging. They’re pigmented and blendable, but maybe a little too blendable, if that makes sense.
The Wet n Wild Fergie Centerstage Collection Milano Eyeshadow Palette contains a nice mix of shimmery and matte colors.
The palette includes a dual-ended brush, which isn’t the best, but also not that shabby. One end is flat for patting the shadow on your lids, and the other is for blending.
This is netural shimmery eyeshadow love right here. I’m really impressed with this quality. I can’t say the same for other Wet n Wild Fergie eyeshadow palettes I’ve used in the past, but Milano hits the mark! If it’s a problem for you, be aware that this palette contains Dimethicone.
Because this palette is so awesome, I picked up another to giveaway to one very lucky reader! To enter, fill out the Gleam widget below. All ages can enter, and the giveaway is open to the USA. This giveaway ends Friday, May 8, 2015 at 11:59 PM, PST.
My Final Thoughts: For $8 you can’t beat the high quality of the Wet n Wild Fergie Centerstage Collection Milano Eyeshadow Palette. It’s a bit of a challenge to locate, but worth the chase.
Availability: Walgreens stores
Here’s a look at another recent Wet n Wild eyeshadow palette, Vegan Culture from the Silverlake Collection.