ColourPop Tie Dye Collection Swatches


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kjh Avatar

We missed them, or they’re listed as OOS, because they haven’t arrived yet? S and U do that a lot. Maybe if they’re really sold out, they will restock. That happens, too. My interest as well.

Lauren Avatar

Ugh, Colourpop… we do not need any more pressed glitters! I was really digging the In A Trance palette and quite like Aura and Out. Both include colors I enjoy and don’t own many, if any, of at this time. I have pressed glitters in their other palettes which are fine and I can find uses for, but it’s one of those things I just don’t need. I will probably get In A Trance and switch out the glitter for my Howlin single. Aura has two strikes – a plain white (I have plenty of multiple variations) and the pressed glitter so as much as the greens and yellows appeal to me I don’t think I’ll pick this up unless the other shades review above and beyond other formulas of the same colors. I like the pastel liners and since I enjoy the CP formula I’m sure I’ll pick up Peach Fuzz.

Maggie Avatar

This pastel collection is quite cute and fluffy–the purplish palette reminds me of unicorns. It feels more like a spring collection rather than summer–perhaps it was originally intended as such. I’ve had my eye on light to mid-tone pinks and peaches and Miss Bliss might be the answer to that! I also like the eyeliners!

Christina Avatar

How fun are these? I’m super light complexioned and can wear pastels really well. Normally palettes are usually dark/deep on me, so I’m definitely interested in these. I’m just hoping they don’t look neon on me. LOL!

Alice Avatar

Miss Bliss really caught my eyes at first, but there are 3 shades that look exactly the same… The collect is sooooo cute overall though. I personally don’t mind pressed glitter but all 3 in the collection also look the same.

Brian Avatar

I dislike pressed glitters in palettes on principle alone because I do like and use glitter from time to time, I just don’t think it belongs in an eyeshadow palette. Having said that I actually like the look of all 3 of these glitters and that annoys me lol.

Sonia Avatar

Really wish brands in general would refrain from using culturally appropriative and disrespectful names like ‘chakra to me’, and the other e/s that’s also named chakra by colourpop. It seems unfair that my culture and religion only become “cool” when whites appropriate it. Otherwise we are bullied, excluded, and/or ridiculed whenever we fully try to express ourselves through our culture and religion.

Agona Avatar

Wow, I think these might be the first CP plastic-cased 9-pans I pass on. 1) I can’t do pastels on my complexion/skin tone and 2) I need a dark-toned shade for contrast in the outer corner and 3) I swore no more pressed glitters after I bought the Uh-Huh Honey, Orange You Glad, and Baby Got Peach palettes.

Genevieve Avatar

What I would like to do is pick all my favourite shades from each of the palettes and put them into one…. there are only a handful, since I am not a wearer of pastels.
Apart fromt the PET glitter numbers (one in each palette), the swatches look pretty good.

Adriana Blair Avatar

I really love the look of these but I have to be honest with myself that I wouldn’t get enough use out of these colors!

Lianne Avatar

Such pretty palettes! And then I scrolled down to the swatches, and … I don’t know, I’m just not sure any of those would work for me. Kind of getting a feeling I’ll be revisiting this page often to reconsider. They are awfully appealing in the pan!

sunio Avatar

not sure if i want the palettes, for some reason their plastic nine pans i never seem to actually use. might grab the liners and glitter

DVa Avatar

I feel like I could mimic lot of these shades with my KVD Pastel Goth Palette. I hang onto it although I rarely use it, because you can really get some great watercolor effects from it, and I love the white in that palette too.
Plus the glittery ones in these palettes–nope, so done with those.
On the other hand, CP are always reasonably priced and I could overlook the glitter.

Heather Avatar

I’ve long been tempted by CP’s monochrome pastel palettes, but wanted them to condense a broader assortment of pastel shades into just one or two palettes (since I don’t need, like, eight different shades of pastel green or peach or lavender—one warmer and one cooler of each is fine, you know?). Guess I got what I wanted! These will be my first CP 9-pans—hoping they’re good.

Anyone know how easily the plastic palette shadows depot? I’d sort of like to rearrange them (and get the pressed glitter shades out!!

Lauren Avatar

If you search “Colourpop 9-Pan Palettes are magnetic” you can find photos and tips for depotting. The way the plastic ones have been made in the past (and probably still are) is that it is plastic with rows of magnets. If you use a super strong magnet – sometimes you can find them as depotting magnets or you can just find a strong magnet pretty much anywhere – and hold it underneath the pan then the shadow should pop out. It is really easy with the way Colourpop makes their palettes.

Sarah Avatar

Yes! Exactly what Lauren said. That’s something I LOVE about ColourPop palettes — since they’re magnetic, you can so easily pop out shades/glitters that you don’t like, and I do that all the time. You just need a refrigerator magnet basically that you hold near the edge of the pan. I also sometimes rearrange mine in a way that makes more sense to my eye. I feel like ColourPop palettes can sometimes look totally haphazard. Not these as much, but many seem weirdly arranged. They are easy to rearrange and swap shades!!

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