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Somehow I manage to never talk about makeup here on my blog. Which is insane since I talk about it all the time in real life and on Instagram and Twitter. One thing I’m always talking about is my love for Colourpop and their liquid lipsticks.
My mom bought me my first liquid lipstick from Colourpop two Christmas’s ago, and the rest is history. I know own about 15 of them. But besides their lipstick, I had tried very few of their other products, so when they dropped the No Filter collection I knew I had to snatch it up and do a review. And of course, I couldn’t help but buy a few other things to review as well. So here we go!
No Filter Foundation
So fun fact about me: I can’t stand regular foundation. I’ve been wearing almost exclusively BB or CC cream for about six years now. I’ve tried out other foundations like Milk’s Liquid Blur and Lancome’s but I just always find them to be too cakey no matter what I do and super drying.
But y’all, Colourpop’s No Filter foundation isn’t cakey and really doesn’t affect my dry skin much at all! I was so surprised but hey I won’t complain!
The formula is very runny, which is a little strange and annoying since I squirt it on the back of my hand to dip my beauty blender into. But other than that I really don’t have any complaints.
It was super easy to get a color match from the website, too. You can filter the shades by what skin tone you are and undertone. I think the undertone thing is the most important thing since I can’t tell by myself what undertones a foundation shade would be good for. I got the shade Light 50, which is a little bit too orange for me right now, but that’s because I haven’t been to the beach yet this summer.
Rating: 4/5 stars
No Filter Concealer
Not going to lie I didn’t have high hopes for this concealer. I’ve never found a concealer that covers my dark circles and my blemishes and doesn’t crease insanely bad on my under eyes. And I’ve tried the two beauty guru staples: Tarte Shape Tape and the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind one. Well, this one doesn’t completely cover my dark circles (honestly I don’t think I’ll find one that ever will) but it sure does a heck of a job a covering blemishes and barely creases!!!
I’ve always been super self-conscious about my undereye creases, but now I don’t have to be with this concealer.
I got the shade light 16. It might be a little too light for me, but I like getting lighter shades so that it brightens up my face. Beauty hack!
Rating: 4/5 stars
Super Shock Highlighters
I already own one of Colourpop’s super shock highlighters, and it’s the only highlighter I ever wear. I thought it would be fun to get some different shades so I picked up a golden one and a blue one.
I haven’t used the blue one yet, but I’m super excited to try it out. I used a blue highlighter my aunt gave me a couple weeks ago and loved it, so I’m hoping this Coloupop one will be even better since Colourpop is the best.
The gold highlight doesn’t really show up really well on my skin since it’s so close to my skin color already, but still looks good when it hits the light. I might use it as an eyeshadow sometime.
Thimble rating: 3/5 stars
Lippe Stix Primer
As I mentioned before, I’m obsessed with Colourpop’s liquid lipsticks. But sadly, sometimes the matte formulas can be a bit drying on my lips. To try and solve that I picked up this lipstick primer.
It honestly feels a lot like chapstick and I feel like that might be all it is? But I always put chapstick on before I put lipstick on and my lipstick definitely stayed on longer when I prepped with this primer than when I prepped with normal chapstick.
So I’m too sure how I feel about this, or if it’s worth it, but I am totally still going to use it.
Rating: 3/5 stars
Eye Essentials Brushes
Did I need more eyeshadow brushes? Not really. But my excuse was that I needed a new angled brush for my gel brow pot I just got and another flat eyeshadow brush since I only have one.
These brushes aren’t as good as my Morphe ones, but they are still good quality and really worth the price.
Rating: 3/5 stars
My Little Pony Palette
Highkey only bought this palette because it had pink eyeshadows and I’ve been dying to do a pink smokey eye like I used to in high school, but like way better. I did one last Wednesday, which you would know if you follow my Instagram stories. I also have a highlight on my profile where I share all my makeup looks!
The eyeshadows weren’t as creamy as I would have expected. They were actually way more powdery than I thought they would be, but the color payoff isn’t bad at all. I’ve only used the two pink shades so far, but I’m excited to try out the blues and oranges.
Rating: 3/5 stars
So, that’s my Colourpop haul and review! One of the best things about Colourpop is that they are so affordable! Like all of these only cost me $64. Which is less than $10 per item, and even less if you count each brush as a separate item.
If you haven’t tried out any of Colourpop’s products yet, I hope you want to now! And you can get $5 off your order if you make a purchase through this link!
Have you ever tried any of Colourpop’s makeup?