As you know by now, I am a huge fan of Colourpop! I've talked about them on the blog before and continue to order from them as they introduce new items my makeup junkie heart feels the need to acquire. It has been a busy last half of the year, so I have now amassed quite the collection of items to show you. The Fall 2015 collection was a nod to the 90s, while the Boogie Nights Holiday 2015 collection was more reminiscent of the 70s. The Creme Gel Liners became a new product for the company in potted and liner form. I have been extremely pleased with every purchase that I have made from the brand and always encourage my friends to check them out. The products are extremely affordable ($5 to $8), but are quality products that stay on and look great all day.
If you want to check out my previous posts:
- Initial post with eyeshadows, lipsticks, and lip liners
- A huge swatchfest of my entire collection at the time
- Swatches of the lip sheers and a couple new blushes
- I am not affiliated with or sponsored in any way by Colourpop. I am just a huge fan of the brand and think more people should know about them. -
As with all the collections, I didn't purchase all the products available, just the ones that stood out to me. I have been happy with all my purchases though. The shadows and blushes have major staying power. They stay put all day long. The lippie stix have a really long wear time once they dry down. They last for hours but have to be reapplied once you eat. There are tons of swatches on social media and blogs, so just Google search for anything you don't see here (or if you need to see it on a different skin tone). Some of the items lumped into the collections are non-collection items I happened to order at the same time, just FYI.
Below is a comparison swatch of Contempo against my other nude-ish shades from the brand. Contempo and Topanga are my most worn from this list.
Holiday 2015 - Boogie Nights Collection
Creme Gel Liners
Colourpop's Creme Gel Liners come in a pot, making it easy for you to apply the liner with a brush. They also come in this liner form. The liners make it super easy to apply and have a fine tip for expertly lining your eye. Smudging them a bit is easy to do, but you have to be quick. They dry very fast and have excellent pigmentation! Once they are on, they stay put all day. I haven't had any issues with smearing or fading. My most used color is Overboard, a metallic bronze. Dirty Talk, a beautiful gold, is one I use a lot to highlight the inner corner of my eye. It is so pretty! I'm trying to go through all of them to test out what my absolute favorite is. One thing to point out about the liner form is that the formula is softer so you have to be a bit gentle with application. I also would advise against traveling with them, as the softer formula makes them easily jumbled too much and broken - unless you pack them really well.
What products and colors are you most interested in? Have you tried Colourpop yet? Do you have a favorite product by the brand?