Quo Beauty 2020 Collection – Pricing and Swatches

If you live in Canada, you may have seen a completely new collection from Quo Beauty at your local Shoppers Drug Mart or Real Canadian Superstore.

quo beauty swatches 2020 collection

Quo Beauty has made over their entire collection, so today I’m sharing pictures, pricing and swatches.

First up is the Featherweight Cream Blush ($14). I’ve seen a lot of chatter online about these because they could be dupes of the Glossier Cloud Paints.

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Quo’s blushes from the last launch a few years ago were some of my favourite (I had to snatch up all three!), so I’m jazzed that the new collection includes the Matte Blush ($14) which feels similar to the previous collection. They also have a Bronzing Powder ($14) and a Skin Perfector Powder Highlighter ($16).

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The Sheer Lip Paint ($12) is for those looking for a soft flush of colour and the HD Diamond Gloss ($14) is for people who want a bright sparkle.

quo beauty swatches sheer lip paint hd diamond gloss

The Liquid Precision Marker ($12) comes in a variety of colours and is quite pigmented (it also didn’t smudge after I swatched it). I’ll need to stop by Shoppers or Superstore and grab them in the other colours. They also have a line of Cosmic Cream Shadows ($16) for people who prefer cream formulas instead of powder.

quo beauty swatches liquid liner cosmic cream shadow

The Mini Lipsticks ($10) are cute little lipsticks that are about a third of a standard-sized lipstick (a standard lipstick is usually 3.5g and the Quo Beauty Mini Lipstick contains 1.6g of product).

quo beauty swatches mini lipstick

Another fun addition to the collection is the Pump Up the Volume Mascara ($10) because they come in a variety of colours beyond the typical black and brown (hello, teal!)

quo beauty teal mascara

Finally, we have some spa and bath items. There is a Gel Eye Mask ($10), a Salt Bomb ($7.99) for the bath and a Blending Sponge ($8).

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  1. January 6, 2021 / 5:06 pm

    Eep! I was looking for a review on those cute little lipsticks, and here you are!! Love all the swatches. Let me know how these and those liquid cheek products wear, would love to see a look using them. Chat soon xoxox

    Madeline, http://classicallycontemporary.com/

    • Shawna
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      January 9, 2021 / 5:49 pm

      Full review post on the mini lipsticks is now live 😉

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