ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020

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ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020
ColourPop Wild Nothing Collection for Summer 2020

Release Date + About the Launch

Nothing but a dream ๐ŸŒตโ˜๏ธโ˜€๏ธ INTRODUCING THE WILD NOTHING COLLECTION! 100% vegan collection!

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Products in the Launch

Wild Nothing Palette, $18.00 (Limited Edition)

She’s young, wild, and free, this palette is nothing but a dream. Featuring the perfect matte, metallic, and Super Shock Shadows, this palette is ready to be your everyday go-to.

  • Crystal Cove Matte warm ivory with pinpoints of silver and gold pearl
  • Salton White gold with pinpoints of gold and silver pearl
  • Coastline Metallic icy tangerine
  • Top Down Matte peach
  • Morningside Matte muted peach
  • Seashells Metallic icy moss with pinpoints of silver pearl
  • Alcove Metallic icy orange with pinpoints of silver and pink pearl
  • Spirited Warm taupe with pinpoints of silver and gold pearl
  • Vagabond Matte warm saddle brown
  • Hot Springs Soft matte berry with pinpoints of silver and gold pearl
  • Come Together Mid-tone matte brown
  • No Bounds Blackened matte brown

Pressed Powder Blush, $10.00 (Limited Edition)

  • On the Horizon Soft warm pink with pinpoints of gold and silver pearl
  • Crossroads Muted terracotta with pinpoints of gold and silver pearl
  • Wayfarer Soft warm peach with pinpoints of gold and silver pearl

Lux Lip Oil, $8.00 (Limited Edition)

This nourishing lightweight, gel-oil is made with a blend of antioxidant rich chamomile and calendula to leave your lips kissably soft. Available in five shades.

  • Dew Drop Clear
  • Skinny Dip Soft warm nude
  • Hot Shot Rich terracotta
  • Playa Vista Warm mid-tone nude
  • Bengal Warm berry

Creme Shadow, $8.00 (Limited Edition)

Our new long-wearing, mattes shadows will be your easiest look all summer. Swipe on to even out your skintone and wear alone for a minimal look or under your fave shadow as a primer.

  • Bronco Soft warmm yellow
  • Camouflage Warm mid-tone nude
  • Laurel Soft pinky nude
  • Moonbeam Warm deep nude

Jelly Much Shadow, $8.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Mojave Moves Icy ivory with silver glitter
  • Mystical Icy taupe with gold pink and silver glitter

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Woohoo, no pressed glitters! Glad to see they’re using their pressed super shock formula in stead. This reminds me of LimeCrime Venus XL2, just more muted.

This calls to me much more strongly than any of their other releases of the past. . . I don’t know how long! I hope they perform as well as they look pretty in their pictures!

Might be basic as heck, but I really want that palette! And, it sure looks as if they copied MAC’s Paint Pots here, too. I’m interested in seeing how well they duped the actual formula.

Looking at that eyeshadow palette just repeatedly echoes out the phrase “yes girl give us nothing” in my head. Isn’t that literally the same palette as that Ulta exclusive 9-pan? I’m so confused. It’s pretty, for sure – it’s not that I don’t see it being a staple in many people’s routines just that… They could’ve done so much more with the cactus theme? There’s only one green… If this was like a dusty rose and multiple sage greens (akin to the ND Mini Retro) it would be genuinely new and refreshing to the market but this is just…. Sigh.
The creme shadows seem intriguing. I have bought the Mac Paint Pot for eyeshadow primer recently but getting a cheaper alternative someday in the future is definitely something to consider. I just hope Colourpop doesn’t discontinue these in 3 months or something.
The most likely products from this collection to end up in my stash are definitely the lip oils. If anything is glossy and goes on the lips I’m interested.

I like the look of this launch. I wish there was a little more contrast in some of the eye shadow shades in the palette but when swatched they may be quite different so will have to wait and see. I always love a good champagne shade and the Jelly Much looks like a nice one with maybe a subtle pinky undertone. We will see when swatches and reviews pop up. I have picked up quite a few SG shadows lately and the palette so I really don’t need a new eye shadow palette but that has never stopped me before. I haven’t purchased anything from CP for awhile given the pandemic stoppage but this might be a nice release to try them again.

As someone who loves cactus, I might have to pick up a few pieces from this collection just for the packaging. I love the little cactus pattern on the lids of the cream shadows especially.

I’m… extremely, extremely disappointed in this collection. I don’t see any REAL inspiration from “wild” deserts, nothing whatsoever in the palette, blushes, even the cream and jelly much shadows for deep skintones. When I saw someone’s swatches of the palette, it looks like there are four unique shades (but all within the same depth family) and the rest are dupes of each other. It baffles me that they’re still doing this. I’m a light tan skintone, and three of those “deep” mattes would look the same on my skin, while three of those “light” shimmers would also look the same. That green I fear would be terribly ashy. As for the blushes, they’d probably work for me but not someone darker than me, and it’s just disgraceful that the collection is so tone deaf. STILL. Colourpop has been releasing tone deaf palettes all year so far.

This looks a much better collection than what we have seen in the past – no pressed glitters and hopefully no substand shades. I also hope that the bottom row of shades are not too similar to each other either. The cream shadows are interesting. I wish the brand would put out some more Lux Lipsticks… as these are my favourites from CP.

My first thought looking at this was: why are there these 3 same colors in the bottom row? Really, the palette would be much better off with a second green, maybe matte… Good that there is no pressed glitter, but am wonderibg if the supershock formula does dry down in a palette after some time? Really curious for the creme eyeshadows – so they are supposed to work also as primers – really great then there are different shades there!

While this is cool, it would’ve been cooler if they did just pinks and greens. It has been shown quite a few times that palettes don’t always need to have highlight and crease colors to be a palette.
That way everyone can pull in their own highlights, crease colors, etc to pull a look together. It would also be more friendly to darker skintones. Let’s not even talk about the blushes though, I don’t think any of them would actually show up on me.

I agree, an olive green matte shade and a metallic light green would have been nice. A pop of pink. The rest of the shadows look just like their other “neutral” palettes.

The cream shadows look very promising though!

Going Coconuts but make it vegan!

Well, maybe not, can’t really tell without swatches. Some of those creme shadows and cheek products would be lovely additions to my collection. And that packaging <3

I think the blushes look beautiful. The palette is pretty, but more nothing than wild. Like many others, I think it could have done with more greens and some more depth. I’m curious about the formula of the cream shadows.

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