ColourPop Blush & Highlighter Stix for Summer 2019

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ColourPop Blush & Highlighter Stix for Summer 2019
ColourPop Blush & Highlighter Stix for Summer 2019
ColourPop Blush & Highlighter Stix for Summer 2019
ColourPop Blush & Highlighter Stix for Summer 2019
ColourPop Blush & Highlighter Stix for Summer 2019
ColourPop Blush & Highlighter Stix for Summer 2019

Release Date + Collection Info

DAB, BLEND, GLOW. Introducing our Blush/Highlight Stix! Super light-weight & easy to apply! 18 blush stix + 8 highlight stix! Hydrating + luminous natural look on the skin.

5/30, 10AM PST

Products Available

Blush Stix, $8.00

  • More is More Vivid pinky peach
  • Sidewayz Vibrant red peach
  • Totes Coral
  • Hooked Rosy terracotta with gold pearl
  • Invite Only Warm rosy terracotta
  • Splash Midtone warm pink
  • Pretty Thing Raspberry
  • 25/8 Warm rose pink
  • Roosevelt Warm mahogany
  • Cool It Dusty pinky mauve
  • Flamenco Vibrant pink
  • Dash Zero Muted Peach
  • Mic Drop Pinky Coral
  • Mini Me Melon Pink
  • Mercy Me Pale pinky peach
  • Under Pressure True Peach
  • Aloha Rosy terracotta
  • Wallaby Warm pink with warm violet duo chrome

Lite Stix (Highlighters), $8.00

  • Flying High Opalescent lavender with pink sparkles
  • Hope St. Peachy with a flip pink with hot pink sparkle
  • Bullz Eye Neutral gold with silver sparkle
  • Acting Up Bronzy peach
  • UOENO Icy rose gold
  • Boss Goldeny bronze
  • Urth Icy pink
  • Star Brite Icy champagne

Bundles, $22.00

  • Call Me Big Poppy Aloha, Bullz Eye, Under Pressure
  • Peony for Your Thoughts Flamenco, Urth, Mini Me
  • Rose to the Top Roosevelt, Acting Up, Invite Only
  • Moonlight & Magnolias 25/8, Star Brite, Hooked
  • I Orchid You Not Pretty Thing, Flying High, Cool It


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SaffyTaffy Avatar

Noooo Elissa Murray ~please~ don’t put creamy products over foundation. Why risk it? Put it under and you’ll look like you’re naturally blushing, plus there’s no chance of pulling up the foundation.

Karen Avatar

I think success in using a cream blush, or any cream product, under a foundation will rely on the coverage level of the foundation. If I am using a tinted moisturizer or a sheer to light medium base product then I think the effect is very nice. Any more coverage than that though and the color products just don’t show through enough on me.
Either way, I love cream products and hope these review well.

Katherine T. Avatar

Ooh, lots of colors here! I would like to have one in my purse, for touch ups. And these would be great in winter, for dry cheeks

SaffyTaffy Avatar

Oh cool, I’m delighted that Flamenco is actually, like, flamingo-colored. Usually things named flamenco are either a warm Spanish red or full-on orange and I’ve always wanted it to go in the other direction.
I wonder if these have more product than the Fenty SkinStix, or if they’re rolled all the way up in the photo.
And I wonder if they’re like the fun new Milk Glow Oils- kind of slippy and translucent.

Lea Avatar

If these get a good review I’d be really tempted to try the muted light pink and muted light mauve shades (why can’t they label the picture??).

Alecto Avatar

I likely already have too many Bite and Fenty cream sticks to bother with any of these, but I’m very curious how they apply and wear. This kind of product isn’t saturated in the market yet (IMO) so I’m pleased to see CP jumping in. The one in the middle row to the right looks a lot like Fenty’s Chili Mango (which I own).

Lauren Avatar

This might be just what I need to dive in to using cream blush and highlighter… which I’ve stayed away from so far because I am happy with powders. But, if these are good they definitely look convenient and I’m curious to see the difference in looks that I can achieve.

GUSnail Avatar

I can’t wait to see how these perform! I love cream products and especially sticks! I was just looking this morning for a good coral/peach stick blush. All the ones I own are on the pink/rosy side. I’ll wait to see how these do.

Deborah S. Avatar

Here’s hoping the review well. I would love to pick up a couple of the very lightest highlighter’s. I just can’t give up on the highlighters although few really work for me. Between my super pale skin, my hyperpigmentation and texture on the tops of my cheeks and my age, 65, it is hard to find a good highlighter and so most of the time I just don’t apply it and I go with a glowy blush topper or glowy blush. I would like to try a couple of the fairest ones, though. I will await reviews.

Rabbit Avatar

I had a gut feeling CP were about to launch highlighter sticks; they’re my favourite way to wear highlighter. NYX made a couple that were gorgeous but now discontinued (NYX seems to be slowly disappearing from Australia anyway.) I ended up ordering the Peony, Orchid and Magnolia bundles and I look forward to seeing how they perform.

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