Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Product 411 -- ColourPop I Think I Love You Pressed Powder Shadow Palette

A couple of months ago, I did one of these Product 411 posts about ColourPop's first pressed powder shadow palettes, Yes, Please! and She, because there was really no point in doing a full review, considering that the shadow formula in the palettes was pretty much identical to ColourPop's single Pressed Powder Shadows.

Which is pretty cool since so many brands seem to fill palettes with inferior quality shadows.

ColourPop keeps their formula consistent, and while the pans are smaller in the palettes than for the singles, you're still getting a great value with 12 shades for just $16.

So when ColourPop released the I Think I Love You Pressed Powder Shadow Palette , I picked it up without hesitation.

And the good news is the quality is just as good with this one -- if not even a little better, actually -- and the colors are just perfect for fall and a wide variety of skin tones, so it's a palette that I imagine a lot of people will be interested in.

Again, I won't be doing a full review, but I'll pass along the key details in case you're on the fences.

The palette comes in cardboard packaging like the others from ColourPop. This one is decked out in a pretty rose gold finish with white confetti shapes dotted across it.

ColourPop I Think I Love You Pressed Powder Shadow Palette

The shades in the palette are: Bitter Better, a metallic soft gold; Bel Air, a matte cool taupe; Fancy Face, a metallic bright red copper; Girls Bite, a metallic golden bronze; Howdy, a metallic red bronze; Rowdy, a matte warm ivory; My Treat, a metallic champagne ivory; Level Up, a metallic bright penny copper; Screw It, a metallic soft rose gold; Let's Do It, a matte true black; Rule Breaker, a metallic bright yellow gold; and My Type, a matte deep saddle brown.

ColourPop I Think I Love You Pressed Powder Shadow Palette

This just might be my favorite of the ColourPop palettes so far (well, at the very least, it's tied with She). The colors are very rich, but still mostly natural. They still have enough warmth to make them perfect for fall, though, and while I love them on my fair skin, I think they'd be lovely on deeper skin tones too.

From l. to r.: Bitter Better, Bel Air, Fancy Face, Girls Bite

From l. to r.: Howdy, Rowdy, My Treat, Level Up

From l. to r.: Screw It, Let's Do It, Rule Breaker, My Type

And for $16, I think it's kind of a no-brainer if you're in the market for a new palette.

You can purchase it on the ColourPop website.

Have you tried the ColourPop I Think I Love You Pressed Powder Shadow Palette? Which ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow Palette is your favorite?

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