ColourPop “Pretty Much” Palette – Review, Swatches, Look

Thanks to holiday sales, I bought everything in sight…..including this palette from ColourPop (and another palette…and some Lippie Stix…..and a lipstick).

 colourpop pretty much palette review swatches

This is only the second eye product I’ve tried from ColourPop (My first being the ColourPop Yes Please palette). But for less than $10, I thought I’d pick it up.

The ColourPop Pretty Much Shadow Pigment Palette is a mini palette that comes in pink cardboard packaging.

 colourpop pretty much palette review swatches

The design looks like a closeup of iridescent gift wrap. If you look really closely and turn the palette towards the light, you’ll notice it is covered in little finger icons.

 colourpop pretty much palette review swatches

The cruelty-free palette contains six eyeshadows, each pan containing 1 g of product. There are three matte shadows and three metallic shadows.

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I put together this look using all six shadows. I applied NVM to my crease, Yo Bish to the inner third of my eyelid, OTP to the centre of my eyelid and Cool It to the outer V. Then I applied Neither Do I to the outer half of my lower lash line and Yo Bish to the inner half of my lower lash line.

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I expected Cool It and Neither Do I to be overly pigmented, so I went in with a light hand, but they were actually not too intense. The mattes applied smooth and could be built up to have a more impactful colour payoff and the shimmers applied lightly with a brush and could be applied with the fingertip for more punch.

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I enjoyed this palette because it reminded me of a more usable version the Dior Thrill palette. It has a more well-rounded colour story, is a lower price point and is easier to use. If you’re looking for a pink and gold pocket-sized palette, be sure to try ColourPop’s Pretty Much palette.

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