Colour Pop Yes Please Palette | Swatches & Review

Colour Pop, Product Reviews, Swatches

Colour Pop Yes Please Palette | $16

“The original fixed 12 pan palette is all about that golden hour glow – the hottest shades inspired by our fave time of the day.”

“Full-Zip: matte warm ivory. Big Cocktails: matte orange. Champs: matte pale peachy nude. Bling: metallic rust”

“Louie: metallic duochrome red with a gold flip. Butter Cake: metallic pale yellow gold. Spoiled: matte brick red. Gno: matte burnt orange”


“Mischief: matte warm yellow. Note to Self: matte warm caramel. Chauffeur: metallic duochrome bright orange with a gold flip. French Kiss: matte deep red brown”

If you read my review and saw my swatches for the Natasha Denona Sunset Palette then you already know that I think this is a dupe for sure. Is the quality the same? Hell no haha but it isn’t horrible either. I happen to really like Colour Pop shadows. And for this price, this is a no brainer for those who can’t fathom dropping a crazy amount of cash on an eyeshadow palette. I’m still trying to figure out how I dropped $130 on that palette without fainting.

This Colour Pop palette is essential if you love warm tones. Honestly, for $16 I think this is a steal. The shadows are pigmented (but I recommend using a primer to really make the colors pop), buildable, and easy to blend. The quality is no where near as amazing as the Natasha Denona palette or as easy to work with but they really aren’t bad either. Some shades were a little bit patchy, as you can see, when I swatched on my arm but on the lid, with a primer, they applied smoothly.

The packaging on this palette reflects the price (cheap cardboard) and it gets dirty really fast but for $16 I don’t think I’m allowed to complain unless I want to pay more .. which I don’t haha. This palette is super popular right now and surprisingly in stock. I would definitely recommend this palette to all my warm tone loving makeup lovers.

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