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ColourPop Haul

A few months ago I was finally able to get my hands on the Yes Please eyeshadow palette by ColourPop!! Let's just say my cart ended up with a few other things, in all fairness they had a sale and I had a coupon so it all worked out lol.
This is my first ColourPop haul and trying out their makeup. After all the raving on IG and YouTube reviews, I was curious about the brand.
I got two palettes the Yes, Please!  Low-Key, and three liquid lipsticks. Below I'll talk more about each product, and a mini review. (Disclaimer: this review is NOT sponsored by ColourPop, I bought this with my own money, all opinions are mine. I'm sharing because "Sharing is Caring.")
Yes, Please! 
Pretty packaging. ❤
Yes, Please palette has been one of the most wanted eyeshadow palettes. They sell out within 20 min in stock so you have to be super fast to score one. This palette contains twelve eyeshadows! I personally was on the hunt for summery tones, corals, gold, yellows, oranges, and creamy tones. After comparing other palettes, I decided on this one. The palette is inspired by the golden hour. These are pressed powders, highly pigmented. They apply evenly,  feels silky and velvety. It comes in two finishes matte and metallic.

(Eyeshadow Details) 
  • Full-Zip: matte warm ivory
  • Big Cocktails: matte orange
  • Champs: matte pale peachy nude
  • Bling: metallic rust
  • Louie: metallic duochrome red with a gold flip
  • Butter Cake: metallic pale yellow gold
  • Spoiled: matte brick red
  • Gno: matte burnt orange
  • Mischief: matte warm yellow
  • Note to Self: matte warm caramel
  • Chauffeur: metallic duochrome bright orange with a gold flip
  • French Kiss: matte deep red brown

The second eyeshadow palette I purchased was the Low-Key. This is a four eyeshadow palette, the shades are warm filled with orange and red shades. They are all matte finishes.

(Eyeshadow Details)
  • Take It Slow: metallic warm champagne
  • I Owe You: matte mid-tone orange
  • Running Late: matte creamy orange
  • Criss Cross: matte brick orange
Last but not least I ordered three liquid lipsticks, they had a sale buy two get the third FREE! I couldn't pass up this offer so I got The Rabbit, Solow, and Saddle Up.  All three have different finishes; ultra satin-matte, ultra gloss, and ultra matte. With the rush of carting the Yes, Please palette I didn't realized that Saddle Up was a gloss finish. Otherwise I would have not gotten because I expected it to be an ultra matte with a coral pigment, bummer!!
The Rabbit: It has a high pigmentation and satin-matte finish in liquid lipstick form to keep your lips soft and comfy all day. The color can be described as a bright fuchsia with a subtle blue sheen. This formula has the same high percentage of pigment as an Ultra Matte Lip but contains emollient ingredients for added moisture. Keeping you lips looking fresh and comfortable. However this lipstick is not completely kiss-proof and does transfer.

Saddle up: This is a high shine gloss with just a hint of color in a moisturizing and non-sticky formula. The color can be described as a sheer bright coral. This gloss is smooth and conditions the lips, leaving them looking fuller and healthier.

Solow: The boldest formula of their liquid lipsticks, in only one swipe you'll get intense color that dries down into a super matte finish. Best of all it is transfer-proof!!! The color can be described as a flamingo pink.
Overall, I'm pretty happy about my ColourPop mini haul! They have become one of my favorite makeup brands. Best of all I was able to get my hands on the Yes, Please palette after trying last time. If you are wanting one for yourself, make sure to sign up to their newsletter to get a coupon and stay up to date on their sales and stocks. What are your favorite eye shadow palettes, or matte liquid lipsticks? 



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