Super Shock Shadow
I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend. I’ve been having an excellent time trying some new Colourpop products. Two of these are actually from their Fall Edit, which I was very excited to get my hands on so quickly.
This rose gold colour is from their Ultra Metallic Lip range. I have read some mixed reviews when it comes to the Ultra Metallic Lip range, due to a weak pigmentation. When first opening the product and examining the texture I was concerned that it would be too thick. However, the colour and texture of this product is perfect. The rose gold colour is distributed quite evenly when applying with the applicator. After eating and drinking some of the colour had worn away, but not significantly. It does have a slightly sticky feel that would usually indicate possible transfer. One of the wonderful things I have found with Colour Pop lip colours over time is that they don’t transfer. Man Eater is no exception to this. I would recommend exfoliating before to achieve a nice, smooth look. The colour can also be drying so using a moisturising lip balm and exfoliating after will help to minimize this effect. Overall, I love this product and can’t wait to wear it through the holiday season.
Muse is from Colourpop's Super Shock Shadow range in a pearlized finish. I found there was a much richer colour when applying the shadow with my fingers. After this, I used a fluffy brush to blend it through my crease. The colour is buildable, which is great if you really want a strong tone. I found you need to blend Muse quite quickly otherwise it becomes really hard to do. However, if you don't blend it quick enough, just apply again to the area in which you wish to blend and it still creates a gorgeous smokey look.