Beauty | ColourPop! review and haul

Oh Boy! I basically fell of the face of the earth over the last week. I came down with the flu and it had me bed ridden and moaning “woe was me” for days on end { my husband is such a trooper, he spoiled me the whole time }. But something that cheered me up right amidst my feverish dreams was a make up delivery from ColourPop cosmetics!

I first placed an order with the new indie brand back in September. I was instantly in love! The colour selection is off the hook and the price cannot be beat, all the ultra mattes are only $6. They undercut every other indie brand by at least 50% so it’s a no brainer to do a little bit of experimenting with them. Even with the failing Canadian dollar, it’s not too hard to convince yourself to splurge a little.

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My first order with ColourPop! was for five ultra matte lippies which I never really shared here, so I’ll show off two of them today along side my new stuff. I got a deep red called “avenue”, a mute nude “trap”, a bright yet deep blue called “jellies” as well as two purples, a bright warm purple called “zipper” and a darker cooler purple called “be-dazzled”.

This time around I ordered four ultra matte lipsticks as well as a eye shadow to sample. I restocked my red avenue, as it is by far my favourite red. I recommend this as a great alternative to Lime Crime red velvet, it’s much closer to the rose petal shade I expected when I first tried out Lime Crime over two years ago. It’s also a third of the price and ColourPop! doesn’t have any of the negative stigma surrounding the brand like Lime Crime does.

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I also bought a dark grey/beige, or greige if you’re a fan of blending words, which I kinda am called “kapow”, a slightly pinker version of kapow called “teeny tiny”, which I didn’t think was going to be quite as dark as kapow, but I still really like it. And to finish off the lipsticks I ordered from ColourPop! is a wicked melted chocolate brown called “limbo” that is uber perfect for any and all attempts at a 90’s grunge look.

The eye shadow I bought is a dark brown/burgundy with metallic flecks of fuchsia and copper, depending on the light called “stereo”. It is GORGEOUS! The texture surprised me a little, as it’s a little spongy. So it’s not a normal pressed powder, I almost have more luck applying it with my finger than a brush. But it’s highly pigmented. I’m kinda bummed my camera isn’t picking up on the colour very well, but here it is anyway.

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My next order will include a restock of trap as I’m lower on than I thought, I also want to try out tulle and some of their highlighters and creme gel eyeliners!

Have you tried ColourPop! Cosmetics yet? Or Do you think you might try them?

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      It’s WAY better in person, I was bummed that the camera really didn’t pick up on how beautiful the shadow is. It almost looks muddy in the photo.

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      Yes, our Canadian dollar is in the toilet, only .69 cents to $1 US dollar. It’s awful!! But that’s one reason why I’m still crushing on ColourPop so hard, it’s still a steal!

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      oooh, it’s pretty! I just did up a dream basket of ALL the goodies I want and I just racked up a bill of $141 US, but I guess part of that is shipping. Still, I’m gonna save up and treat myself to a MASSIVE haul someday, hopefully soon, but probably not until my b-day in April.

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