Remember how I told you I had yet another ColourPop order coming to me? Well, I finally got it and decided to break it up so that I could feature them properly by showing a certain grouping on my face. I feel that works really well, so are you ready for this?! (All products will be seen in entirety on the face at the bottom of the post.)
In this post, you will find:
– ColourPop Lumiere Lippie Pencil
– ColourPop Lippie Primer
– ColourPop Super Shock Cheek in Fox
– ColourPop Highlighter in Butterfly Beach
– ColourPop Super Shock Eyeshadow in Shop
– ColourPop Super Shock Eyeshadow in Sequin
When I bought ColourPop Lumiere Lippie Stix, I regretted not buying the matching pencil, so I decided to finally pick it up. Did it make a difference? Let’s take a look:
Lumiere Lippie Pencill alone:
Lumiere Lippie Stix over Lumiere Lippie Pencil:
Lumiere Lippie Stix alone:
Then, I also decided to also grab the Lippie Primer to see if it made a difference.
L-R: Without Primer, With Primer
For some reason, with primer, it kind of scrunched up my lips and made the lines more visible. The primer is NOT like ChapStick, it is clear and is stiff like a wider lip liner. If you prefer a little slip, then use ChapStick.
Next, we have Fox Super Shock Cheek, a gorgeous coral, the perfect flush to have this Spring/Summer. Just beautiful! This is easiest applied with finger, in my opinion, but you can use a stippled brush if need be.
Butterfly Beach Highlighter caught my eye immediately because I’ve been looking for an almost rose gold coppery highlighter, and this one is JUST wonderfully stunning!! The duochrome of it makes it just eyecatching and definitely makes you look lit from within. It is SO pigmented that if you dip your finger in it, you will get enough to cover your entire face. I used it on all the high points of my face in the pictures below.
When adding things to my cart from ColourPop lately, I have noticed I have been putting more eyeshadows than anything because they are just really pigmented and creamy! This go around, I grabbed Shop, a rusty coral and Sequin, an almost rose gold metallic. These two went together really well!
Again, I’d like to reiterate the fact that the Lippie Pencils do seem to dry my lips out, and for some reason, the Lippie Primer did not help at all, and made my lip lines more visible. Again, this could also be due to the fact that I did a numerous amount of lip swatches, and that, itself, can be drying for my lips, but the Primer did not have slip as ChapStick or other lip balms seem to have, and had more of a consistency of a thick lip liner. The blushes are wonderful. They are long-lasting and pigmented but have the ability to be blended to your liking, and I love the fact that you can do this with a finger or a stippling brush. The highlighter is also long-lasting and pigmented and you only needed a finger’s worth of product to cover all the high points you have on your face and it can also be blended through, as well. I used my finger to apply the highlighter because it has the same cream-powder hybrid formula as the Super Shock Cheeks and Eyeshadows. Again, I found the Super Shock Eyeshadows to be extremely beautiful and pigmented and used a simple E.L.F. crease and lid brush to apply and it lasted a long time without creasing. I find these to be my favorite products from ColourPop along with the blushes and highlighters, and will be working on building up my collection of them.
Purchased by me. All opinions are honest and my own.