ColourPop Coconut Collection Swatches

ColourPop Coconut Collection Swatches
ColourPop Coconut Collection Swatches

ColourPop Coconut Collection launches on November 13th and features an eyeshadow palette, two bronzers, three Super Shock Shadows, and four tinted lip pencils. Check out swatches ahead of the launch!


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Alana Avatar

I think this collection would have been perfectly rounded out with a more cool toned bronzer. I also feel like this is poorly timed and should have been released in the summer? I don’t typically think about coconuts when it’s below freezing outside haha. I do love those tinted lip pencils though, I really enjoy that formula!

Heather Avatar

Isn’t Colourpop out of California? If so we are having an unusually warm winter so far, (been in the upper 70s here) so maybe it inspired coconuts! LOL

Alexis Avatar

I love this. I have been wanting the ND Biba palette but have resisted because of the price. I’m wondering if purchasing this collection will subdue that urge to get the Biba palette. I wonder how it would compare. Or, worse yet, what if I get this and still want Biba?? Decisions, decisions…

Vicky Avatar

I have the Biba palette, and it’s one of ND’s best, in my opinion (I have more of them than I care to admit!). I can only look at these images, but I would say that it appears to me that Biba leans warmer/yellower and Coconuts is cooler/pinker.

Tsabhira Avatar

Wow – the instagram shots I saw of this collection made it seem like a cool-toned taupe collection with nearly white packaging. Clearly that was not the case – this is just YET ANOTHER warm neutrals set. I had even set my alarm to buy this, thinking it was taupe. Now it’s a total pass. Can’t wear these.

Agree that it’s nice they didn’t stuff it with unsafe glitters, I like the summer themes at wintertime, and I’m not actually mad at the constant outpouring of collections (I like having lots to choose from). But everything this fall has been warm reds and warm browns – not even good choices, really.

Seraphine Avatar

I hadn’t seen the Instagram shots, but I agree that it would have been nice to see a truly cool-toned taupe collection. I have so many warm neutrals already, but not a lot of cools. It seems like CP has been churning out one warm neutral palette after another lately. (Except for Smoke Show, which was awesome!)

She Avatar

Yay! I like this. I’ll be getting it if they have a sale for Black Friday/Cyber Monday. I have lots of warm browns but not cool browns like these. Best of all? No glitter!!

kjh Avatar

Oy, enough, already. If I got every CP 2019, I’d have at least a product a day, until the end of my life. And i mean that literally. I get striking while the iron is hot, but the young people they are trying to woo don’t have the dough that their existing customer base does. And lots of us are getting tired of the cyclone and the repetition. We see a lot of dupe lists with 3-4 CP dupes, and that’s absurd. This one is a pretty nice neutral palette, good for noobies, bang for the buck. For people who cannot get enough SFW shades, this should fill the bill. But I echo the Muppet who said, Borrrring!

bridget Avatar

thank you for stating that about the dupe list! the last round of single eyeshadows had 5 CP dupes per shadow! that’s absurd.
not to mention we are destroying this planet like that, one eyeshadow at a time

Banana Avatar

These colors are incredibly basic, but still really aesthetically pleasing to me for some reason. I think it’s because they are muted, more neutral leaning versions of the typical warms that have been done to death. And outside of a few of the lippies, there’s more yellow than red undertone in the collection, which I certainly can appreciate.

Adriana Avatar

I’m in the same boat as you. I just pulled up Temptalia’s swatches of both…there seem to be a couple similar shades but no exact dupes. Overall Brown Sugar looks richer/warmer/deeper overall and Going Coconuts is more neutral and muted. Not sure if they are different enough to warrant buying this one though! I’m definitely torn.

Kira Avatar

I usually depot everything, so it’s just easier for me to work with the cardboard and no plastic fumes (I put plastic palettes in the oven for a bit). I don’t think it’s a binary – everything we do has some impact on the environment, for me it’s an added plus even if something has a slightly lower impact (I try to lower my impact in other ways like travel, composting, and diet :). I definitely appreciate and leave intact packaging I find really gorgeous, like Pat McGrath! Cardboard can also also get messed up if it gets wet.

Brenda Avatar

Enough already, I have Colourpop burnout! They have gotten out of control with their releases, it’s like they release a new collection every time a new beauty brand is announced. Some of the shades are pretty but I have dupes of the dupes within my collection. The last thing the beauty industry needed was another neutral palette.

Alethea Avatar

Colourpop eyeshadows are my favorite formula. I have been expecting a true neutral palette from the brand, neither leaning too warm or too cool. So I am very excited with this one. But that’s me, I love boring neutral shades and I just wanted them from my favorite brand.

Alice Avatar

A coconut collection in winter is really odd, but I see the direction they are going for the 9 pans.

I am really looking for a good neutral palette for travel, and this totally fits the bill. I was also looking at the birdie 9 pans for Ulta but those don’t have mirrors. I also prefer plastic frames over paper cause they can actually be cleaned.

Does this palette actually smell like coconut?

Maggie Avatar

Awaiting reviews on the palette and coconut beach bronzer. I think one of the medium matte browns could have been exchanged out for a much cooler brown or even a green toned brown. Young coconut shells are green after all. This looks like a great addition to Colour pop.

Missy13 Avatar

Whoa is this really a truly neutral beige/taupe palette? If so then I’ll be getting it for sure. Keeping my fingers crossed. I’m so sick and tired of warm neutral palettes. I was really hoping Tati’s palette would be neutral but after getting it I was disappointed that it was mostly warm. It has a few shades that are near dupes of ColourPop’s Double Entendre palette (yet another warm neutral palette in my collection)

Dandy Avatar

Well, the eyeshadows certainly look nice, even if this is certainly well-trodden ground. (And it’s nice to have something thematically lined up with southern hemisphere summer… there’s only so many icy looks one can get excited about when the sun’s finally starting to come out, ha.)
That said, I really wish that more of ColourPop’s products would hang around long enough for me to gather together a shopping cart I feel is worth paying all the shipping for… it seems like every time I see something in their permanent line that appeals to me enough for that, they immediately discontinue it, and let’s not even mention the limited editions! Argh.

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