August 2021 Haul #2 – ColourPop

Hey doll hey!! How’s your day/night going? Great I hope. I’m feeling a bit better now so I was able to play with my makeup today 😊. I also received another one of my orders today so I thought I would haul it.

I purchased all these products on the ColourPop website.

*As always… All products listed I purchased myself, all links provided are purely for convenience purposes to help you find the product quickly and are in no way affiliate links. The swatches are done on clean bare skin with no primer and are done in 1 swipe, pictures to the left/top are taking without flash and the right/bottom with flash*

Now… on to the haul, swatches and first impressions for my ColourPop order…..

1. ColourPop Cherry Crush 9 Pan Palette ($14 for 0.3 oz / 9 g of total product on their website making it 0.033 oz / 1 g and $1.56 per shade) and the Mon Cherry Hand Held Mirror ($6 on their website). The palette is billed as an ultra-pigmented monochromatic range of cherry hues. Swipe on shimmering metallics and blendable mattes in rich reds, pink ruby, and true cherry shades! The mirror is billed as the perfect addition to your vanity, this mirror features a true red exterior plus a cherry logo for the ultimate retro look. 

First Impressions: I almost passed on this palette…. I didn’t think I would really like a monochromatic red palette…. but I saw a lady on TikTok do a look with it and that sold me on it. I expected to have a hard time swatching this palette because red pigments are hard to formulate, however every single shade swatched beautifully! The pigment is there, the blendability is there and the shadows are all super buttery.

The shades from left to right: sweet like (sparkling bright cherry with pink pin points – metallic), cerise (bright cherry red – matte), cherry stem (warm cherry brown – matte), tie a knot (pink cherry – metallic), very cherry (true cherry – metallic), juicy juicy (dark cherry – metallic), scarlet (pink ruby – matte), black cherry (crimson red – matte) and take a bite (black cherry – matte).

2. ColourPop Lippie Stix ($7 for 0.035 oz / 10 g of product each on their website) is billed as one swipe pigmentation in a full-coverage, matte or satin finish in a super comfortable formula loaded with skin-loving ingredients like shea butter and Vitamin E.

Not First Impressions: I have loved the Lippie Stix formula for years… The 4 shades I purchased are re-purchases of my 4 favorite shades… These are backups.

a.) This shade is called Fab it’s a mid toned peachy nude – matte.

b.) This shade is called Oh Behave it’s a rich chocolate cherry – satin.

c.) This shade is called Topanga it’s a dusty coral – satin.

d.) This shade is called Coyote Ugly it’s a rosy terracotta – satin.

3. ColourPop Ice Cream Bites Collection (full collection is $54, each palette is $9 for 0.21 oz / 5.9 g of total product on their website making it 0.053 oz / 1.475 g and $2.25 per shade.) The collection is billed as a yummy collection includes 6 eyeshadow palettes that will make you scream for ice cream. Features our first-ever Pressed Glitter palette to sprinkle some sparkle into your look, plus 4 palettes with a mix of metallic and matte pinks, yellows, purples, greens, tangerines, golds, and chocolate to top it all off. 

I chose to pass on the Gimme Sugar and the Sundae Funday palettes because I already have 3 purple monochromatic palettes and I didn’t think I’d like the yellow shade in the Sundae palette. However, I did see both palettes swatched and now I’m thinking I will in fact purchase them…

I purchased the palettes individually.

a.) This palette is called Extra Toppings and is billed as a  range of pretty pinks with an extra cherry shade on top!

First Impressions: I love that there are 3 distinct shades of pink in this palette that a paired perfectly. The metallics are seriously buttery and the mattes are finely milled and blend expertly.

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are:

toasted marshmallow (ivory with gold & pink pinpoints – metallic), top off (warm pink with a gold shift – metallic), xtra cherries (pale pink- matte) and chocolate drizzle (chocolate cherry – matte).

b.) This palette is called Triple Scoop and is billed as triple the colour with shades of rose gold, coral, and more!

First Impressions: I love a good coral with a deep brown. I can’t wait to play with this palette.

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: french vanilla (rose gold with pink pinpoints – metallic), orange sherbert (red coral with a gold shift – metallic), parlor crawl (red orange – matte) and gelato-matic (blackened brown – matte).

c.) This palette is called Waffle Cone and is billed as stay cool with this palette of mint and chocolate shades!

First Impressions: Despite the pretty corals in this collection this palette is by far my favorite. I am a huge sucker for a good teal or seafoam green with a deep brown and tan… this palette is me on a plate.

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: minty dream (true mint – metallic), chocolate swirl (warm brown – matte) , oh, fudge (deep chocolate – matte) and chippie (mint – matte).

d.) This palette is called Rainbow Sprinkles and is billed as their first ever pressed glitter palette.

First Impressions: I have been loving glitter… yes I know, I use to grumble about glitter… but hear me out… this is what I love about makeup… you can start out hating a formula, a color, a product and the longer you experiment the more likely your thoughts about them change. For it… that’s glitter. I can’t seam to get enough… This glitter formula is perfection… it’s on a clear cream base so the fallout is very minimal and the shift of color is so yummy.

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: sugar ice (opal with rainbow glitter), yaaas please (pale gold with a gold and copper duo chrome shift), candy coated (pale pink with rainbow pinpoints) and malt melt (pale lavender with rainbow pinpoints).

4. ColourPop Sweet Life Collection ( Full collection is $54, $9 for 0.21 oz / 5.9 g of total product on their website making it 0.053 oz / 1.475 g and $2.25 per shade). I purchased them as individual palettes.. I also mistakenly repurchased Creamsicle which I already had as part of my makeup collection so I gifted it to my niece. The collection is billed as exactly what you need for a quick go-to look. This set includes 6 brand new palette quads in 6 different color stories that flatter every skintone.

First Impressions: I already owned the Creamsicle palette so I knew the formula going in… but the pigmentation is divine!

a.) This palette is called Citrus Fizz and it’s billed as pop open the bubbly for this golden palette! Featuring warm golds and matte peach to create the perfect everyday look.

The shades from left to right and up and down are: squeezed (golden ivory – metallic), zestful (warm gold with pinpoints of copper glitter – metallic), so tart (soft yellow peach – matte) and peel away (warm saddle brown – matte).

b.) This palette is called Mocktail a mix of gold, coral, and rust shades in a range of finishes, you’ll create your perfect look with this richly saturated palette. Add depth with buttery mattes and add sparkle with the perfect metallics.

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: iced (true gold – metallic), shaken (vibrant golden coral with pinpoints of gold & copper glitter – metallic), chaser (rusty orange – matte) and highball (reddish brown – matte).

c.) This palette is called Cream Soda and is billed as 4 shades to create the perfect soft glam look, add depth to your crease and sparkle to your eyes. This sweet compact palette is everything you need for your every day look. 

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: float (warm champagne – metallic), malted (warm rose gold with pinpoints of gold & pink glitter – metallic), milkshake (true peach – matte) and soda shop (warm beige – matte).

d.) This palette is called Sorbet and is billed as a perfectly curated 4-pan palette delivers a pigmented punch of color for your signature look. Icy pinks and cool mauves make green and brown eyes pop.

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: glazey (icy pastel pink – metallic), scooped (mid-tone metallic pink with pinpoints of silver & pink glitter – metallic), extra syrup (dusty mauve – matte) and drizzled (warm burgundy – matte).

e.) This palette is called Creamsicle and is billed as  your go-to look with 4 curated shades to add dimension in your crease, highlight your inner corner, and smoke out your lashline. 

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: frostee (warm peach – metallic), big treat (pinky coral with pinpoints of copper, gold & pink glitter – metallic), dreamfull (warm coral – matte) and on a stick (rich coral terracotta – matte).

f.) This palette is called Sparkler and is billed as make sparks fly with this rich bronze palette!

The shades from left to right and top to bottom are: extra bubbly (rich golden bronze with pinpoints of copper & gold glitter – metallic), sweet on (chocolate – metallic), seltzer (chocolate brown – matte) and cool cola (rich blackened brown – matte).

5. ColourPop You’re Golden 30 Pan Palette ($1.16 oz / 33 g of total product on their website making it 0.039 oz / 1.1 g and $1.13 per shade) is billed as your own private island in a palette creates the ultimate shimmering summer look, get the golden hour glow with the ultimate summer palette! 

First Impressions: This is such a stunning palette. I have 3 other 30 pan palettes from ColourPop, the formula in each is scrumptious. This palette had me a hello.

The first 12 shades from left to right are: pch (warm ivory – matte), jet set (icy ivory – metallic), rum season (true aqua – metallic), one way (soft gold – metallic), salty (warm taupe metallic), hidden gem (soft peachy brown – matte), covet (mid-tone warm brown – matte), secret spot (warm peachy nude – matte), on ice (golden taupe – metallic), remote (bright coral – matte), cruise (taupe – matte) and illusion (true taupe – metallic).

The next 12 shades from left to right are: weekend (rich bronze – metallic), sandy (coral with a gold shift – metallic), lounger (warm saddle brown – matte), bayshore (bright metallic marigold – metallic), suns out (icy aqua – metallic), private beach (plummy brown – matte), must stay (warm nude with gold pinpoints – sequin matte), saunter (terracotta – matte), the palisades (icy chocolate – metallic), balmy (rich copper – metallic), primetime (chocolate brown – matte) and daydreamer (dirty bronze – metallic).

The last 6 shades from left to right are: cover up (deep chocolate – matte), slumber (bright terracotta – matte), warmer daze (warm cocoa – matte), bask (warm rich brown with gold pinpoints – sequin matte), sporty (deep teal – matte) and fling (blackened brown with gold pinpoints – sequin matte).

And with that, this haul is done…. I hope you enjoy the rest of your day/night and that you are in great spirits and health.

👄 Remember, Save a spoon for a bit of lipstick 👄

❌⭕❌⭕, Nita