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Written on Monday, February 5, 2018
Pros: affordable, compact and lightweight, cruelty free, easy to apply, magnetic refill pans, unusual colors, versatile shades
Cons: the package is fingerprint magnet

⭐️ ⭐️ Hello everybody!!! ⭐️ ⭐️

Let’s continue reviewing my ColourPop eyeshadow palettes! 😻

I’ve already reviewed the All I See is Magic eyeshadow palette.

But today I’ll review the sassiest palette from my entire collection. It’s the best-selling product everywhere, as it’s the brightest, warmest and boldest. And here it is - Yes, Please...

⭐️ ⭐️ Made in the USA ⭐️ ⭐️

Price: $16.

On the official site they offer a great assortment of different makeups. The delivery is free for orders over $50.

⭐️ ⭐️ Weight ⭐️ ⭐️

12 х 0,85gr. The refill pans seem very small, though the price is so affordable. It’s better to buy one good quality eyeshadow palette, then buy a pile of packages from a dollar store.

⭐️ ⭐️ Packaging and smell ⭐️ ⭐️

The products are housed into a very bright yellow box that opens upwards.

On the back you’ll find the names of the refills as there are no names on the palette itself.

The palette closes tightly with a magnet closure. It’s made of thick cardboard while the refill pans are metal: you can either take them out or change their order, in a word - do whatever you want. The palette is rather small in size and easily sits in my palm. It's very easy to hold and take with you while travelling. The colors are versatile and will really help you to do smokey eyes as well as daily makeup and even cat flicks. Again, whatever you want. The palette is a magnet for fingerprints and makeup leftovers. I guess that’s because it’s the lightest of all ColourPop palettes and is of white color.

The palette smells: the smell is difficult to make out, though I guess it stinks of some plastic or like old boots, in a word, the smell isn’t pleasant. BUT! This is how the package smells, not the refill pans. However, in the reviews I haven’t seen them complaining about the smell, maybe it depends on the lot… Or maybe there’s something wrong only with my palettes. Anyway, not such a critical disadvantage.

The palette doesn’t have any mirror inside, or brushes or sponges. For me it’s great. I don’t use the included tools, as a rule they are of bad quality even in the most expensive palettes.

Yet I do keep a sponge that retailed with another palette and I use it to apply some pigments. But in the palette they are usually useless.

⭐️ ⭐️ What’s inside? ⭐️ ⭐️

12 amazeballs eyeshadows which are mattes, metallics and two gorgeous duochromes wearable and very unusual.

There’s a light matte shade, as well as soft brown for the crease, dark brown for definition. Oh, looks promising…

⭐️ ⭐️ Staying power and application ⭐️ ⭐️

I always use an eyeshadow primer but also I can use a concealer instead of it. These eyeshadows are very well-pigmented. They are easy to blend but some colors are a little bit dusty though only in the palette. For such pigmented products, dusting is a rather usual occasion. During the day the eyeshadows don’t travel or fade. They really perform well on the eyes, if I use a good eyeshadow primer. If you don’t use a primer, any eyeshadows will fade and say you goodbye quickly, especially if you have oily lids.

⭐️ ⭐️ Swatches. ⭐️ ⭐️

The palette looks warm, autumn-like and sunny. It’s really sassy. Today we have just the same warm and sunny day outside, so it’s very pleasant to write a review now.


⭐️ ⭐️ First row ⭐️ ⭐️

Full-Zip - gentle warm ivory shade. It’s beautiful as a base color, as well as a transition color or to apply if you see too much pigmentation. I like applying it with fluffy brushes.

Big Cocktails - great matte orange. It’s highly pigmented and blends out easily. It’s so bright, lively and really autumn-like.

Champs - dusty peach nude.

Bling - bold rusty, expensive looking metallic. It’ll be fab as an accent on the eyes, as well as if worn solo.

⭐️ ⭐️ Second row ⭐️ ⭐️

Louie - metallic duochrome red with gold flick, especially visible in the sunlight.

Butter Cake - metallic gold. It has such a nice silky texture that it seems that the color blends out itself.

Spoiled - matte brick-red.

Gno - matte dirt orange. In keeping with the best traditions of the Venus 2 palette by Lime Crime...

⭐️ ⭐️ Third row ⭐️ ⭐️

Mischief -matte yellow. It’s the first time that I worked with such a color

Note to Self - matte milk chocolate color, so great for the crease.

Chauffeur - one more unusual duochrome that flicks from golden to peach-shade.

French Kiss - super pigmented matte chocolate, warm brown color with true red undertone and precise blending

⭐️ Makeups ⭐️

Full-Zip + Louie + Note to Self

Full-Zip + Butter Cake + Louie Full-Zip +Butter Cake + Chauffeur Peachy-gold duochrome Full-Zip +French Kiss + Note to Self + Bling + ABH to the inner corners

Full-Zip + Spoiled - flick, lower lid French Kiss, Note to Self in the crease.

⭐️ ⭐️ Overall ⭐️ ⭐️

The eyeshadows are superb in quality! They are highly pigmented, super easy to blend out and super soft and easy to work with! In the palette all the colors are very beautiful, they are all necessary accompanied with the so gorgeous duochromes and base colors. With this palette you can come up with so many makeups, only your fantasy is your limit! I love it and I’ll repurchase once I use it up. I hope it won’t happen soon indeed... о_О

Thanks for watching!!! 😘

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Type: Palette
Brand: ColourPop
Category: Make-Up
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