Wet n Wild Contour Palette Review

After seeing the banana powder trend popping up I knew I just had to try it! However, I didn’t want to drop $20 for the smaller size of the Ben Nye Banana Powder and hate it, so the $4 Wet n Wild option seemed like a good one to try. I have yellow toned skin, so I feel this product works better for me than someone with pink or red undertones, but for $4 why not try it out?

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Wet n Wild Megaglo Contouring Palette in Caramel Toffee $4

Pros:

  • The banana powder does provide light coverage for those no makeup days.
  • If you put it under your foundation, it gives a glowy finish (my friends actually noticed) and provides more coverage under my medium coverage foundation.
  • There are so many ways to wear it (those mentioned above) and of course you can use it as a highlight.
  • There is a guide on how to highlight and contour on the back.
  • Big pans make it easy to get a large size bronzer brush in the product.
  • Great price point.
  • Cruelty free

Cons:

  • It breaks very easily! I dropped it once and cracked the packaging and all the banana powder shattered…
  • The bronzer is a tad dark for my pale skin, but I found if I put it under my foundation, I get away with it.

Overall, I would recommend this product! Let me know if you try it out!

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