The latest ColourPop collection has launched today, and it’s the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection, which looks like the most beautiful fall / inspired collection, with products for the eyes, lips and cheeks.
This collection was first revealed on social media, after it popped up in the ULTA magazine, and today, it’s officially launched, and keep on reading to find out more…
ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection
The first images shared of the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection were quite dark, and many people commented on social media how the collection looked identical to the ColourPop Cabana Club Collection, but now we can see the collection in its entirety, I don’t think it’s similar at all.
Kicking the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection off, with the main product in the collection; the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Pressed Powder Palette $18, featuring twelve powder shadows and 14.20g / 0.5oz of product.
“Take a cosmic field trip with this palette blooming with vivid pops of colour in a mix of matte and metallic finishes in the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Eyeshadow Palette.“
- Field Trip (matte pale peach with silver sparkle)
- Cosmos (matte cool-toned soft taupe)
- Lunar Disco (matte warm beige)
- Heyday (metallic warm gold)
- Da Bloom (metallic yellow orange)
- Perennial (metallic raspberry)
- Hello Happy (metallic mossy green)
- Verbana (metallic mauve with a silver blue duo chrome effect)
- Brick House (matte rust)
- Daffodil (matte rich fuchsia)
- Utopia (matte warm chocolate brown)
- Dig Deep (matte blackened eggplant)
The ColourPop Sonic Bloom Palette looks stunning, with a moody bloom vibe on the cover, and inside the palette there’s six mattes, one satin and five shimmers, and the duochrome finish of shades like Verbena, which reminds me of their (amazing) Glass Bull eyeshadow, look beautiful.
Next, in the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection, are four shades of the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Cheek Dew Serum Blushers. I’ve reviewed the formula of these blushers before, but it’s a very dewy and glossy blush, for a buildable finish.
“The ColourPop Sonic Blooms Cheek Dew are lightweight, mistake-proof liquid blushes that blends into skin like a dream with customizable coverage to create the perfect flush of dewy, healthy-looking color.“
This new collection also includes six brand new shades of the relatively new ColourPop Fresh Kiss Glossy Lip Tint. Wow, these tints stain. I’ve not tried any myself, as I don’t like super longwearing lip colours, but the swatches of influencers once the product has been removed is crazy.
If you like a lip colour which is going to last all day (and night), this formula is definitely worth a try. The six shades within the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection are;
- Berry Ripe – cool toned berry
- Big Apple – true red
- Cherry Up – warm rose
- Flowerlust – mid-tone pink
- Sugar Snap – warm nude
- Tutti Fruitti – deep red burgundy
Then finally, the last products within the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection are four shades of the ColourPop Colour Stix Eyeshadow Crayons. These are cream shadow sticks, and are pigmented for high impact color in one swipe and a long wearing, water-resistant formula that lasts all day. Included in the collection, are the following four shades;
- Happy Days – metallic rose with pinpoints of blue and silver
- Bitter Sweet – matte warm berry
- Coffee Shop – matte warm brown
- Warm Up – metallic golden champagne
I can’t wait to get my hands on the palette, and all four of the shadow sticks shade. I might be tempted by their cream blushers, but it’s the palette and shadow sticks I’m most excited to try, once the collection drops on the ColourPop website in the coming weeks.
I’ll be sure to update this post as soon as that happens. Until now, you can find the ColourPop Sonic Bloom Collection right here.
All images belong to ColourPop.
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