If you’re new to ColourPop Super Shock Shadows, tune in now, and tune out the noise on pricier eyeshadow brands.
ColourPop Super Shock Shadows unlike any shadow I’ve tried. These shadows have a semi-wet, mousse-like, buttery texture. This unique formula creates the perfect storm for gorgeous pigment payoff + long staying power.
Besides the insane color/finish selection, you simply can’t beat ColourPop’s pricing: $5 a POP! Plus, ColourPop gives quick descriptions on each shade AND swatches most shades on light, medium & dark skin tones. I <3 that. I own 4 ColourPop Super Shock shadows: Stereo, So Quiche, I Heart This, and Game Face [MOST AMAZE COPPER].
Truth: my first post this year was meant to be a rundown of my favorite beauty discoveries from 2015. I carefully selected 10 exceptional, Holy Grail-status products, arranged them on my coffee table, and took a dozen snapshots. But, I couldn’t help but fall under a spell while gazing at 3 gorgeously pigmented ColourPop Super Shock shadows.
Quick note, these shadows are best applied with your fingers, at first, then blended out with a synthetic brush. There’s something about the wet texture + dry brush bristles makes it difficult to fully deposit color. That said, there’s always MAC Fix+ to help you along the way!
If you’ve tried ColourPop, PLEASE tell me which shades you’ve purchased. I’m itching to add another few to my collection! Also, what I’d love to know from you, reader: as long as a shadow has gorgeous color payoff, does shadow texture mean much to you? Tell me in the comments!