ColourPop Virtual Reality Super Shock Cheek ($8.00 for 0.15 oz.) is a deeper coral that leaned slightly more orange paired with a matte finish. I’ve always found the matte finish Super Shocks to be a little less intuitive to use compared to the shimmery ones, and this shade was no exception.
- Medium, buildable coverage
- Firmer, denser texture, less slip
- Could have been easier to pick up/blend out
- Long-wearing (10 hours)
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).
- Dior Coral Flight (462) (LE, $46.00) is more shimmery, lighter (95% similar).
- ColourPop RomCom (P, $12.00) is darker (95% similar).
- ColourPop Growth Flirt (P, $8.00) is darker (95% similar).
- Milk Makeup Infinity (P, $20.00) is cooler (95% similar).
- NARS Crave (P, $30.00) is cooler (95% similar).
- Tom Ford Beauty Explicit Flush (Right) (PiP, ) is lighter (95% similar).
- Melt Cosmetics Radon (PiP, ) is more shimmery (95% similar).
- Tom Ford Beauty Sundrunk (Right) (PiP, ) is cooler (95% similar).
- ColourPop Palatial (LE, $12.00) is darker (95% similar).
- Tom Ford Beauty Nude Glow (Center) (LE, ) is lighter (95% similar).
$8.00/0.15 oz. - $53.33 Per Ounce
The formula is supposed to have "buildable" coverage and can be applied with fingertips (which will yield "higher coverage") or a brush (for sheerer coverage). It's a cream-based product that has a subtle, "wet" feel to it but never has the thickness of a true cream-based blush. It goes on with the smoothness of a cream formulation but diffuses and blends (without lifting up one's base) more like a powder product. The product sets to a powder finish, so the product won't slide around during the day. On me, the wear tends to be between eight and 10 hours. Most shades have medium, buildable pigmentation with some being semi-opaque to opaque on occasion. They are typically blendable, easy to use, and long-wearing.
Browse all of our ColourPop Super Shock Cheek swatches.