Before I get into my little review, I’d like to express my thanks to you for all of the kind words and lovely messages about saying goodbye to my sweet little Snoopy (otherwise known as the SnooperStar). ❤ ❤ ❤
Ok, back to my review: These three ColourPop Super Shock Eye Shadows were also a part of my very first ColourPop order, I blogged about the Lippie Stix here. I was lucky enough to receive their limited edition shadow “Birthday Girl” as a gift with purchase as part of their birthday celebration.
Birthday Girl – since this one is not listed on the website, I will describe it as a bronzey gold shade, very glittery, but very wearable.
Empire – Fiercely rich emerald green, just like the city! My experience: The description is dead-on, it is a gorgeous emerald green, the exact shade that I was hoping for. ❤ ❤ ❤
Dare – Shockingly bright neon purple with hot pink and violet glitter. This shiz should be on lockdown ‘cuz it practically guarantees a wild night you totally do not remember. My experience: This one. OMG, this one! Such a bright purple. ❤ ❤ ❤
My photos do not do justice to the depth of colour that these three Super Shock Eye Shadow / Pigments have!
I’m still getting the hang of applying them since I’ve only ever used pressed powder shadows or loose pigments. The texture is so weirdly sponge-like. I get better colour payoff when I apply using my fingers so far. Empire was cracked when I opened my package, I was sad at first, but some google-fu helped me figure out how to re-press it so I wouldn’t risk it falling apart every time I opened it.
Overall verdict – great pigmentation, AMAZING price, long wearing (not sure if it is due to the shadow or the combination of eye primer plus shadow), slight learning curve in application. I will definitely buy more if the exchange rate ever improves!
You can buy ColourPop on their website. They are adding more countries that they ship to all the time.
Thanks for reading, and have a beautiful day! ❤ ❤ ❤
Disclosure: I purchased this! (except for the gift with purchase)