ColourPop Boogie Nights Super Shock Shadows Swatches and Review

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This year, I’ve made a resolution to wear my sparkly eyeshadows out even during the daytime. If the mood strikes, I say go with it… so these nine ColourPop Super Shock Shadows were a must! They are all super sparkly and SUPER WEARABLE! Let’s get to it!

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The ColourPop Boogie Nights Super Shock Shadows include the following: KITCHEN (4)
– ColourPop Famous
– ColourPop Glitterati
– ColourPop Leopard
– ColourPop Moonshine
– ColourPop Cheap Date
– ColourPop Dance Party Pressed Pigment
– ColourPop DGAF
– ColourPop Disco Ball
– ColourPop Rhinestone

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If you’re like me, you like to see a close-up of the eyeshadow to get a better idea. So, here you go:

Famous:

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Glitterati:

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Rhinestone:

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Moonshine:

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Leopard Pressed Pigment (This does stain. Avoid use in immediate eye area. Use coconut oil to remove any stains!):

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Disco Ball:

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Dance Party:

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Cheap Date:

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Now, I did one look with these, but there will be an arm swatch of them all at the end of the post. I applied Moonshine on the lid and then Rhinestone in the crease.

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Edit 1/24/16: Here’s a look using Famous on the lid and Moonshine in the crease.

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Edit 1/26/16: Dance Party on the lids and Leopard Pressed Pigment in crease. TIP in case you missed it above. Please do not use in immediate eye area. This did stain my crease after wearing it for a few hours, and the skin area was stained red, BUT I had no itching or burning. I did seek help from fellow beauty bloggers, and their tip was to use coconut oil, and this DID help, so keep that in mind!)

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ColourPop Super Shock Shadows are my favorite because what you see is what you get with these. No primer needed. They are SO creamy, pigmented and I absolutely adore the texture, which is a fluffy cream to powder texture. The swatches you see are with ONE swipe of a finger. Now, tell me that’s not pigmented?! Also, the best brushes to use are synthetic bristles. My favorite eye brushes to use with the ColourPop Super Shock Shadows are the E.L.F. brushes. They are $1, and they works fantastically together.

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L-R: Moonshine, Famous, Cheap Date, Dance Party, Rhinestone, and a partial look at DGAF

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L-R: Partial look at Cheap Date, Dance Party, Rhinestone, Disco Ball, DGAF, and partial look at Leopard

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L-R: Partial look at Dance Party and Rhinestone, Disco Ball, DGAF, Leopard, and Glitterati

Also, if you follow me on Instagram, you saw this arm swatch and video to showcase the sparkle.

What do you think about these shades? Which ones are your favorites? Me? I won’t lie. I love them all.

Website: colourpop.com
Facebook: ColourPop Cosmetics

Purchased by me. All opinions are honest and my own.

 

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14 Comments

  1. The shades look gorgeous.

  2. I love the ColourPop shadows – all of them! But Rhinestone is really speaking to me

  3. Your eye look is beautiful. I love the look of Moonshine, Cheap Date and Famous.
    What’s the difference between the ones that are called pressed pigments and the others?

    • Thank you! ? And honestly, I really don’t know. It was the same texture and pigmentation too… maybe it has something to do with where you can wear it and cannot? I will check and get back to you on that! 🙂

  4. Those shades are amazing! I really love Leopard though, it’s so striking.

  5. OMG, these are all unbelievably gorgeous!

  6. These look gorgeous. I have a lot of their shadows, but I’m not a huge fan of the formula. I still use them on occasion though because the colors are so lovely

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