There are three brand new ColourPop palettes, and the ColourPop High Tide Eyeshadow Palette is just one of the three palette additions to the extensive ColourPop Pressed Powder Palette collection.
“The ColourPop High Tide Eyeshadow Palette is a monochromatic aqua pressed powder palette. Featuring a range of pastel aquas to deep & sultry aquas for the ultimate mermaid look. Finish: Mattes & Metallics.“
The ColourPop High Tide Eyeshadow Palette is $14, and it is a nine pan palette within cardboard packaging. This palette is a teal themed palette, and it’s a shame they didn’t launch it part of their monochromatic palette collection, as they don’t have a teal palette within the range.
All of the monochromatic palettes have plastic packaging with mirrors, and you don’t get a mirror inside this palette, but the packaging is beautiful. The cover of the palette has a teal sea urchin design which complements the name of the palette perfectly.
The ColourPop High Tide Eyeshadow Palette includes the following shades;
- Just a Splash (soft pastel aqua with silver pin points)
- Currents (mid-tone sea foam green)
- Free Floatin’ (silvery metallic aqua)
- Urchin (rich matte teal)
- Must Sea (vibrant aqua with golden highlights)
- Flora (smoky matte teal)
- Mussel Beach (metallic smoky teal with green duo chrome finish)
- New Wave (bright matte teal)
- Lunar (blackened teal)
I think the ColourPop High Tide Eyeshadow Palette is a great addition to the range as they don’t have a straight up teal palette, and there’s some really pretty shades like Mussel Beach and Must Sea, and I like the sea theme for the palette. If you fancy checking out the new palette, it’s available right here.
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