I recently purchased a few new ColourPop products to test out from the fall season. Read about them below, and check out ColourPop for even more amazing products!
I’m not a huge fan of blush, but wanted to try Bardot ($8.00) (a rusty copper red) after its release this fall. I’m still hesitant to wear it, but I like it better than traditionally pink or orange blushes.
I heard a lot of hype around Churro ($8.00), one of ColourPop’s most popular highlighters. Since purchasing it a few weeks ago, it has slowly integrating into my everyday products. It’s darker and more golden than the highlighter I usually wear (Mary-Lou Manizer from the balm cosmetics), but wears really well in place of blush.
If you know me, you know I love ColourPop eyeshadows. While I mainly purchased Zingara ($18.00) (a foursome of Paradox, Elixir, Seeker, and Jinxie) to try Paradox, I really love the set. Paradox is my favorite, and pairs really well with Seeker, Jinxie, and Drift ($5.00) (an individual shadow I purchased) to create the perfect red-eye look.
I ordered the Bangin’ Brunette ($5.00) eyebrow pencil to try. The color is a perfect match to my natural hair color, and the pencil is thin enough to draw perfect lines. However, I think I will invest in the brow pot when the pencil is empty for easier use.
Friday ($6.00) is the black lipstick I’ve always dreamed of. Similar to other ColourPop lipsticks, it applies very easily, but is also difficult to take off at the end of the day. While it flaked a little, it was less dry than I expected.
I ordered Mama ($6.00) to test how well I liked wearing a burnt orange lipstick. While I personally am not a fan of the color against my skin tone, the formula is still consistent with other ColourPop lipsticks I use. I recommend this color for anyone with a tan or dark skin tone.
Lastly, I received Dropout ($6.00) for free after ordering more than $10 worth of products, which isn’t very hard to do on ColourPop. I usually prefer matte colors to glossy ones, but I still occasionally wear Dropout when I don’t feel like wearing a heavy matte lipstick.
What we put on our faces.