Brand of the Week: Colourpop

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This week’s highlighted brand is one that I’ve recently fallen in love with. Keep reading to see why I think Colourpop is so great. 

I know, I know. I’ve been talking about Colourpop a ton lately, but for a very good reason. Between the brand’s affordability and high quality products, I’m completely infatuated with them right now. Below are some of my favorites and a couple of things I’m looking to try from the brand.

The Eyeshadow Palettes, $16 each for the 12 pan palettes

I have three out of the four palettes they’ve released, and I love them all. The shadows are pigmented and I find them easy to work with. I really like that they can all be used in conjunction with each other to create a ton of different looks. At first glance, you wouldn’t think so, but the more I play around with them, I can definitely find inspiration for looks I might not have considered otherwise. I definitely recommend trying at least one of them out. My favorite is the Yes Please (currently sold out once again smh), followed by the My Little Pony collab (currently in stock). The MLP palette has definitely helped me experiment with more colorful looks. I can’t wait to see what other palettes they come out with!

The Ultra Glossy Lips, $6 each

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Shade shown: Dreamcastle from the MLP x Colourpop collab

The Colourpop Ultra Glossy Lipglosses are so much more pigmented than I anticipated. The gloss that immediately comes to mind with similar pigmentation and coverage are the Anastasia Beverly Hills glosses. They formula is great on these, as they aren’t too gloopy and sticky, but not super thin either, so they have a great amount of wear time. I already have three waiting for me in my cart to buy lol.

I’m so into the things that I’ve purchased from Colourpop so much that I’m definitely looking to try a few other products from them that I’m curious about. Here’s a short list of what I’m planning to get over the next few weeks.

The Brushes, pricing varies depending on the brush (also available in a set for $50)

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image via colourpop.com

I’m a serious makeup brush hoarder. Not just because I love brushes, but because I’m terrible about washing mine, so I feel compelled to have a ton so I can delay cleaning them at all costs. I know, that’s terrible, but it’s fact lol. I’ve heard such great things about the Colourpop brushes that my curiosity has definitely been sparked. I’m debating on getting the bundle shown above, or just buying a few to try them out. I’ll let y’all know what I end up doing.

The No Filter Concealer, $6

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Shade shown is Deep Golden 60. image via colourpop.com

First of all, you can’t beat $6 for a concealer. That’s what initially pulled me in. Then, once I saw some reviews and heard how great it is, I knew I had to give it a go. The shade shown above is the shade I’ll likely buy. With 15 shades to choose from, there’s likely to be one that suits you.

There are a few other things I’m considering purchasing, so I’ll keep you posted on what I end up getting. All in all, Colourpop is quickly becoming one of my top brands to purchase. They have so many different things to choose from, and they’re constantly adding new stuff.

Leave me a comment below and let me know what your favorite Colourpop products are and what you recommend to others looking to try the brand.

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