ColourPop Uh-Huh Honey Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

01/07

Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
Colour Pop Uh-Huh Honey 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette

ColourPop Uh-Huh Honey Eyeshadow Palette launched earlier this week, and it’s their take on a monochromatic yellow palette. It includes a mix of matte and shimmer shades along with a pressed glitter (which is “not intended for use in the immediate eye area”). Here are swatches!

ColourPop Uh-Huh Honey Eyeshadow Palette

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I’m surprised by just how close a couple of these are to each other. Still, I can’t stand pink tones on my eyelids, and I feel like I’ve been suffering through a few years of “warm tones = pink,” so hooray for this yellow alternative! It speaks to me. For this price, I don’t mind the repeats.

Is it only that one glitter shade that’s marked as not eye safe?

It is listed right on the back of the palette (photographed above) – Palooza is the only one with an asterisk + warning!

With good reason, too! Watching Shae use Palooza, and soon afterwards, her one eye looked very red and irritated, I knew it couldn’t be eye safe at all. After her tutorial, where she does live eye swatches, as she went to use it again, I cringed and was yelling at the screen to please don’t do it!

The glitter is larger, so it is also going to work like a physical exfoliator so some redness wouldn’t surprise me depending on removal method – they’re best removed with a very soaked cotton pad and then rinsed off with water (water actually helps move it along the easiest!).

I am so drawn to this, even though I’ve never worn yellow eyeshadow and some of the shades seem kind of same-y. The shimmers look beautiful, but I’m disappointed by the Buzzkill swatch, which would have made this purchase a lock for me. Hmmm.

After watching ThatGirlShae’s review and swatches, I do like this. But, I do believe it needed at least one pale yellow shade to use as a browbone shade and one deeper yellow-brown than just Buzz Kill for it to be a true all-in-one palette.

Agreed! I love the idea of this, and a bunch of the shades are really up my alley, but the thing a lot of these monochrome palettes suffer from is lack of contrast.

I agree with you, Nancy. The non-eye safe glitter spot would have been better served by a darker brown. Either Stinger or Sweet Spot could have easily been replaced with a pale, lemony yellow. This is a palette that will often need to be augmented with some shadows we already own.

I was nervous about ordering yellows right away. These look really good. Stinger and Sweet Spot look rather similar, but if this reviews well, I’ll still get it. It looks like what the abysmal Too Faced PB & Honey Palette should have been.

People often use them on their cheeks, decolletage, and hair for festivals or clubbing, or just for fun. Glittery eyebrows are also a thing, and far enough away from the eye that doing that would probably safe.

Yellow is very flattering for blue eyes but between the two yellows in Viseart Petit Pro 5 and a long ago discontinued single from Laura Mercier called Buttercup, I am set.

What’s with the not eye safe glitter?! Oh, ColourPop. Why do you hurt us so? lol. In this case, that glitter would work really well as a body glitter so that’s what I’d use it for. The rest of the palette is stunning. I only have a few yellow eye shadows so I’m really tempted to get this.

I’ve really been looking forward to this one! I’m only slightly disappointed that there’s no yellow ocher (it’s a warm darker mustardy yellow, maybe a hint of green, often the color of really clay-y mud. It’s an amazingly versatile paint color and I almost never see it in cosmetics – possibly Mochi by Melt or Dijon by ND, but since I own neither, I can’t really say), but I’m mostly happy that they didn’t wimp out and make it all tasteful golds. I might be alone in really liking the glitter and being glad that buzz kill is the only brown, but the one I’d replace with ocher is queen bee. It just feels off to me.

This palette makes me happy, even though I can’t picture wearing only yellow around the eye. Still, almost tempting just to get it and leave it on my dresser so it makes me smile each day. For the glitter, I wonder if it’s to be used on the side of the eye like…I think maybe it was Burberry…did a couple of years ago. It wasn’t put on the eye, instead they put glitter and sequins on the side of the eye and going down onto the cheekbone or out toward the temple. It would be a cool look for Summer. 🙂

There is absolutely no need at all for a brand to put out a shade that is recommended as not eye safe.
As to the palette, like with the blue monochrome, I think more than a few shades are similar to each other and you would have to reach into other palettes to add to the look.

That glitter one is so pretty. It’s too bad it’s causing certain people issues. Yellow is my favorite color so it’s hard to pass this one up.

Omg such a cool palette! I love that colourpop goes to a different level to release interesting items. Unfortunately they have bismuth in their shimmers and I can’t use their eye palettes, but I hope they release some of these mattes in singles! I agree there should’ve been one very pale lemony color and someone else’s suggestion for a dijon mustardy clay color would’ve beeen aweeeesome!

I love and wear yellow (and gold) and was really looking forward to CP doing a yellow palette. In fact, if I had to pick my 5 favorite all time eye shadows, making that list would be a By Terry long ago discontinued shade that is a pale dirty yellow with a little shimmer– so gorgeous. So the problem for me is that I have a number of yellows as singles (from Sisley, Jouer, Shu Uemura, Colour Pop, Viseart), and in certain palettes, like Ace Beaute’s Classical Palette which has a yellow theme, as well as a stunning Cle de Peau quad, but they are not all pulled together. Given the similarity between the shades in the Honey palette, and the reality that nearly all of them lean orange, this isn’t giving me that go-to one palette option, nor is it providing 2-3 indispensable colors beyond those I have. For me, it’s like a one color palette and not that wearable. I’m going to cross my fingers for other brands to do copycats that are better. I’m betting on Sydney Grace and Coloured Raine to do it better.

I’m not a yellow eyeshadow kind of person, but if I was this palette would find its way in to my collection.

Although…….Stinger, Sweet Spot, and Oh Beehave are really, *really* similar.

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