Colourpop I Think I Love You Palette Review:

My eyeshadow palette obsession is growing out of proportion glamour babes, and Colourpop’s I Think I Love You Palette ($16 for 0.36 oz) isn’t making my addiction any better. I want to collect them (CP Palettes) all!

What’s the first step when having an addiction? Admit that you have a problem. So far so good. Lol.
The 12 pan vegan friendly pressed shadow palette contains 8 Metallics and 4 matte shades ranging in the bronze/gold family.

Bitter Better- is a soft metallic gold

Bel Air- is a matte cool taupe

Fancy Face- is a metallic bright red copper

Girls Bite is a metallic golden bronze

Howdy is a metallic bronze

Rowdy is a matte warm ivory

My Treat is a metallic champagne ivory

Level up is a metallic bright copper penny. My favorite.

Screw it is a metallic soft rose gold

Let’s do it is a matte true black


Rule Breaker is a metallic bright yellow gold

My type is a matte deep saddle brown

There’s no questioning as to how I feel about this palette. I.LOVE.IT. Not like or I think I like, its full fledged love. Like a cheesy scene from a movie. Arrow is shot through the heart as glitter, hearts, and a rainbow fall and dance over my head.

The formulation of CP Pressed Shadows are fantastic! They have a smooth, creamy texture, are lightweight, comfortable to wear, easy to apply, blendable, buildable, super pigmented, and every shade in this palette work extremely well together creating zero debris. It’s a very versatile palette when wanting to dress your eye look up or down.

I am a huge fan of bronze eyeshadows. The rich brown metallic hues make my blue gray eyes pop and add a touch of warmth to my complexion. CP I think I Love You Palette was definitely made for me. Literally. Lol.

Wear time was over 10 hours. I wore this to work (8 hour day) followed by a dinner engagement and the shades remained intact. There was no creasing, running, or any eye irritation. My eyes looked beautiful the entire night. I am so happy with this palette. It’s perfect for the fall and winter season, and just about anyone who loves to play with eyeshadow. I highly recommend.

Colourpop’s I Think I Love You Palette is the quintessential secret Santa gift for under $20! Dasher (reindeer humor) over to colourpop.com and put this one in your sack.

Stay beautiful! Xo.

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Colourpop Gimme More! Highlighter Palette Restock!

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Good Morning glamour babes!

Just giving you a quick heads up that the Colourpop Gimme More Highlighter Palette ($18.00) is restocking today at 10am PST! I told you, you had my word.

Do you think you’ll get one?!

Keep your reminders set if you do. I have a feeling this one will disappear rather quickly.

Stay beautiful! xo.

Product Description and photos via Colourpop Cosmetics.

“High-shine radiance delivered in a buttery soft powder highlighter that effortlessly blends into the skin for that lit-from-within effect.”

Extra: pale gold
Upgrade: baby pink
Bottomless: tangerine with a gold flip
Full Service: pink with a gold flip
Bigger and Better: champagne
Total Package: metallic rose gold

Pressed Powder Highlighter Highly reflective highlighter that gives your skin high-shine with a radiant glow. It contains buttery-soft powders that feel creamy, apply super smoothly, and blend evenly on the skin. High colour intensity from the pearls leaves a luminous, satiny feel.

Finish: Pearlized

Shade: Golds, Pinks, Oranges/Corals, Champagnes

Net Weight: 6 x 3.6g (0.13oz)

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Colourpop Gimme More! Highlighter Palette Review:

What can I say other than Colourpop Cosmetics Gimme More Highlighter Palette ($18.00 for 0.78oz) is B-O-M-B glamour babes. In fact, all of their highlighters are. They have yet to disappoint me. Hopefully I didn’t jinx that just now, lol.

There are six gorgeous highlighter shades that effortlessly blend into the skin creating a glow from within effect.

Extra is a pearlized pale gold, and has a much softer texture than the rest.

Upgrade is a pearlized baby pink.

Bottomless is a metallic tangerine with gold flip.

Full Service is a metallic pink with a gold flip.


Bigger and Better is a frosted champagne.

Total Package is a metallic rose gold.

The fomula is buttery smooth, highly pigmented, comfortable to wear, easy to apply, blendable, buildable, long lasting, and flatters on all skin tones.

I love this palette simply because its perfect to use for everyday wear, and the shades are versatile as you can convert them into eyeshadows too. I don’t mind giving my eyes a little something extra to make them stand out. Bling is my middle name! Lol.

Don’t worry, the shades in this palette aren’t over the top shimmery. There is a bit of high shine though. The sparkles are micro fine, and depending on where the light hits the face, you can catch glimpses of the soft shimmer. It’s very pretty, not gaudy at all.

Wear time is about 8 to 9 hours with some slight fading towards the end.

Unfortunately, Colourpop’s Gimme More! Highlighter Palette is sold out. I’m praying they send a mass email restock notification soon. I wanted to share my thoughts as a nod of approval in case there was the slightest chance of uncertainty as to whether or not you should order this palette.

You have my blessing boys and girls. Go forth and purchase this palette! I will let it be known once it restocks. I give you my word.

Stay beautiful! Xo.

Colourpop No Filter Concealer Review:

I just tried Colourpop Cosmetics No Filter Concealer, and I’m over the moon for this $6.00 concealer glamour babes.

Not only is it stupid affordable, like most of their products are. You actually can buy a few shades to shape a flawless contour and the cost would still be under $20. Colourpop created plenty of colors to compliment any skin tone. There are 15 shades, ranging from fair to deep dark skin. I was quite impressed by the shade selection. I don’t think anyone will have an issue finding a shade that works ideally for their complexion. I didn’t. You can even take a quiz to find the your perfect match.

The quiz spoke truth. My perfect match was Light Neutral 15. A light neutral base with peach undertones.

The formula of this concealer is creamy, lightweight, comfortable to wear, easy to apply, easy to blend, buildable, does not crease, streak, or feel cakey, provides full coverage, and sets in matte finish. Soft blurring pigments give skin a no filter needed, flawless effect. I use it as a foundation because the coverage is amazing! And I don’t break out at all. It covers everything-Redness, acne scars, dark circles, whatever imperfection you got goin on, it’s gone. I did not use one photo filter during my selfie session and this is what I got out of Colourpop’s No Filter Concealer. I am one satisfied customer!

It’s pretty concentrated too so you don’t need to use a whole lot. The flat doe shaped foot wand acts like a little spatula, and distributes the right amount of concealer onto the skin, whether its a big or small area.

True, this does not crease into any fine lines or wrinkles, but if you happen to have ones that are a bit more pronounced like I do on my forehead. An oval foundation or concealer brush will take care of the concealer from slipping into the cracks in a jiffy. All ya gotta do is Blend, blend, blend. I do not recommend Colourpop’s No Filter Concealer for dry skin types. The matte finish accentuates dry patches and flakes. I have a few dry spots on my face at the moment from the weather getting cooler, and using this concealer made them more noticeable. Nothing to get upset over. I’ll be as good as new once my skin adapts to the fall weather.

The wear time is excellent. Skin stays matte all day, which is fantastic for oily skin types. I do love a strong concealer that can keep my t-zone in check. This one clearly fits the bill.

I may have to pick up a few more shades so I can concoct the quintessential contour scheme for my skin tone.

This should be fun! No sarcasm intended.

Stay beautiful, xo.