ColourPop Cosmetics – I Think I Love You Palette Review

Hello my pumpkins!

Today I am going to be reviewing one of ColourPop’s new eyeshadow palettes: I Think I Love You. ColourPop is one of my favorite makeup brands for diverse reasons, so I was so excited to receive this palette!!

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[I am sorry for the over-exposed photos, but the shutter speed of my camera is literally going crazy, I need to fix it asap] 

PACKAGING

This palette retails for 16$, it is made out of cardboard, it has a magnetic closure and its color is rose gold.

The packaging is pretty simple [surely to keep the price down]; the whole palette is one color [inside and outside], on the front cover there’s the name of the palette [Such a cute name honestly] and there are confettis and on the back, there are the names of the shadows [which are also so adorable and fun]. I really love this packaging because first, I love how the cardboard is like a mirror, you can see your reflection but distorted and second, I like how compact it is: it is small and easy to transport everywhere with you.

When you open the palette, you can see there is no mirror [also to keep the price down, I am guessing] but the eyeshadows are neatly presented.

For the price point, I think Colourpop did an amazing job at designing this product.

FORMULA

First of all, in this palette you get twelve beautiful warm-toned eyeshadows and each weights 0.85g. The palette consists of 8 shimmery shades and 4 mattes shades, I think the color of these shades are the basic eyeshadow colors that everyone should own, I mean the deep brown, the black , the gold shimmer are all basic shades that you need to have in your makeup collection. I like how all the colors are put together and with this palette you can create diverse looks, from a day-time makeup look to a nighttime makeup look.

The one color I have been looking forward to is the bright yellow shimmery shade ‘rule breaker’, it is so unique and original!

Now let’s talk about the formula of these eyeshadows:

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Both matte and shimmery shades are unbelievably pigmented, they blend very easily and smoothly, they don’t look patchy whatsoever [even the darkest matte shade]  and they are long-lasting. So for 16$, the formula is bomb!

However, the eyeshadows are quite powdery so make sure to tap out the excess before applying.

CONCLUSION

 I think the ‘I Think I Love You’ palette is a must-have in your makeup collection because it offers the basic eyeshadow shades that everyone should own, because the formula is on point and because it’s travel, wallet and animal friendly. If you own similar shades, than I propose you buy ColourPop’s other eyeshadow palettes, they have 4 different palettes [including this one] and ‘Yes, Please!’ has similar shades to the Naked Heat Palette!

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11 Comments

  1. October 20, 2017 / 8:40 am

    Ooo pretty. I could see my myself using all of those shades. It’s so disheartening when you buy a palette and you just know there’s a few shades your never going to touch. This is perfect 👌😍

  2. October 20, 2017 / 3:30 pm

    Good review, ColourPop been gradually gaining lot of momentum in the market. I remember my ex owner using their no filter Concealer in middle east summer she has no issues using it. by the way I loved the pics despite the shutter issue, they seemed so rustic . Great work Mz Joy.!!

  3. October 22, 2017 / 7:38 am

    Love the palette, it’s so pretty! xx

  4. October 22, 2017 / 10:07 am

    This palette looks beautiful! Definitely has some interesting colours you can play around during autumn! I bought one thing from colourpop before but I think I’ll need to check out some of their most recent stuff now! 😉 Lovely post

    • October 22, 2017 / 1:26 pm

      Yess they have great stuff, usually. Thank you ☺️❤️

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