ColourPop | Yes, Please Palette

Photo from ColourPop.com

After waiting for months to get my hands on this beautiful palette, I finally have this baby in hand to swatch and review for you! 

As I'm sure you know, this very popular palette was the first to come out on the ColourPop website
It's $16 and you get 12 x 0.85g pans. 



I had been dying for a warm palette that I could get some good use out of for these last few days/weeks of summer. I hadn't seen many swatches on people that were my color, so I was so excited to see how this played out on my skin.


ColourPop describes the shades as:
  • Full-Zip: matte warm ivory
  • Big Cocktails: matte orange
  • Champs: matte pale peachy nude
  • Bling: metallic rust
  • Louie: metallic duochrome red with a gold flip
  • Butter Cake: metallic pale yellow gold
  • Spoiled: matte brick red
  • Gno: matte burnt orange
  • Mischief: matte warm yellow
  • Note to Self: matte warm caramel
  • Chauffeur: metallic duochrome bright orange with a gold flip
  • French Kiss: matte deep red brown


Swatches

All of these swatches are finger swatches on my arm in morning daylight (shot before work, cause I'm a ~working girl~ in New York) 


Row 1: As you can see here, the first row is all lighter colors. Bling especially looks lighter on than in the pan. Full Zip was a little patchy for me, but the other three were smooth and very pigmented as you can see it covered parts of my tattoo pretty well. 


Row 2: This row pushes my boundaries -- the firey orang-red that is Spoiled calls out to me but I'm always afraid to use it. Here the simmers were sooooo smooth and went on so perfect, and the mattes were pigmented, but beware Spoiled stained my finger! 


Row 3: What a beautiful yellow Mischief is 😍😍😍 All of these shades are right up my alley and they pull together for a great work look. Again the mattes are super pigmented and the one shimmer went on so smooth and buttery. 


Overall, I adore this palette, and I find they blended so well on my lid, and lasted through a full day at work for me. These aren't like a Lorac Pro shadow, but for $16 they're pretty darn great. What do you guys think of all these firey, warm, sun palettes coming out this past summer?


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