Colourpop Haul!!! (Part One)

Hello Beauty Babes!

Its haul time!


You guys know I love Colourpop products and picked up some new products.

So let’s get started!

First, is the Colourpop All I See Is Magic palette.


This palette comes with 15 shades 9 metallic and 6 matte shades in warm, cool, and neutral shades. I feel like this palette is great for the fall/winter especially with the deeper toned metallic shades.


I really love the formula of these shadows, especially the mattes. the shade I’m drawn towards a lot is the matte berry shade, “Tinsel Town”. you can use it for both more natural, and more dramatic looks.

The metallics also have an amazing formula. they’re very soft and buttery. the metallic gold shade in the bottom left corner (swatched on top) “Save It For Later” which I actually already own as a single and the top center metallic pink shade “11:11” are the ones that I like. Although, there isn’t really one I don’t like. I can pretty much find use for all these shades.


I’m gonna be very honest with you guys. I haven’t really gravitated towards this palette. I haven’t really been inspired to do a creative look using this. I’ve used it a few times for quick easy looks, but nothing that really made me want to take a selfie or get super creative you know? I’ll keep you guys posted. One of the reasons i haven’t had the chance to get into it is because I’ve been trying out other palettes I recently bought. So I’m not saying it’s bad, or that I wouldn’t recommend it. I’ll keep you all posted.

These shadows do swatch beautifully and the mattes blend out really well.

The All I See Is Magic palette costs $20 originally but right now is on sale for only $14 so if you like this palette, don’t wait!

Next, I picked up the You’re A Gem Lip Trio which comes with 2 Ultra Satin Lips, and 1 Ultra Glossy Lip.


Colourpop’s Ultra Satin Lip formula is one of my FAVORITE liquid lipstick formulas. It lasts on your lips without feeling crusty and dry. Yes it transfers, but that really doesn’t bother me.

I love the shades.

Misbehaving, which is a true purple plum shade is so gorgeous especially for winter. there isn’t too much red in it which I really like.

Catching Feels is a warm brick red that is neutral enough to be worn with a variety of looks, but has enough color to really make a statement! I feel like shades like these look awesome on a variety of skintones.

The Ultra Glossy lip in the shade Charming is a golden semi-sheer gloss with gold
& pink shimmer. It gives you that really sexy shimmery lip look that goes well with anything, even a bare face. The one takeback would be that it’s a bit gritty, so when you rub your lips you can feel the glitter, but it isn’t intolerable.

This set is originally $18, but it is currently on sale for $10.80 so if you do want it, head to the colourpop website!

Lastly, I picked up one of the newer products from Colourpop, their Supernova Shadows. This is the shade Moonlit, which is a purple with

This formula has been compared to the Stila liquid shadows, personally, I don’t think so, but so far I do like this. I don’t use it by itself, but I do use it on top of existing shadows and it kind of helps tie in the look. I haven’t noticed too much flaking, however the color is not as showstopping as I expected it to be. HOWEVER, this is a good quality product, especially for the price. It retails for $7, but is also on sale for $5.60 right now.

Alright you guys, This has been part 1 of my colourpop haul! Part 2 will have even MORE products, reviews, swatches, etc. so seriously, STAY TUNED!

Also, make sure to follow me on social media to keep up with me between posts.

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Stay Fierce & Stay Tuned for Part 2!

XOXO, Sage Slays


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