ColourPop x NBA Chicago Bulls Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

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ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette
ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette

Chicago Bulls

ColourPop Chicago Bulls 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette ($14.00 for 0.32 oz.) is a new, limited edition red-leaning color story that included four shimmery eyeshadows and five more matte eyeshadows. A few of the shimmers were more challenging to work with as they had some fallout, were drier or more powdery, and often performed best with a dampened brush, but the mattes were pretty lovely to work with–pigmented, blendable, and not prone to fallout.

Ingredients

Chicago Bulls

LELimited Edition. $14.00.
B+
B+
8.5
Product
9.5
Pigmentation
8.5
Texture
8.5
Longevity
4.5
Application
88%
Total
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ColourPop 6 Rings Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 6 Rings Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 6 Rings Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 6 Rings Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 6 Rings Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 6 Rings Pressed Powder Shadow

6 Rings

6 Rings is a light pink with muted, warm undertones and a matte finish. It had a more substantial, velvety texture that ensured it remained opaque when applied to bare skin while still blending out well. It wore nicely for seven and a half hours before fading noticeably.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing” and “adheres easily to the eyes.” Most of the shades have semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation that applies well to bare skin, blends out without issue, and lasts for seven to eight hours.

The matte eyeshadows tend to be a little more powdery, though soft and finely-milled, in the pan, while the shimmers have a creamier, dense consistency. Occasionally, the more sparkly or metallic shades apply better with fingertips or a dampened brush.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow swatches.

6 Rings

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
A-
A-
9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8
Longevity
5
Application
91%
Total
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ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Back to Back Pressed Powder Shadow

Back to Back

Back to Back is an iridescent, pinkish-white with a frosted finish. The consistency was more powdery, denser but in larger chunks, so it had to really be pressed and patted onto the lid with a fingertip to get an even layer of product. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation that lasted decently for seven hours before showing signs of fading.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing” and “adheres easily to the eyes.” Most of the shades have semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation that applies well to bare skin, blends out without issue, and lasts for seven to eight hours.

The matte eyeshadows tend to be a little more powdery, though soft and finely-milled, in the pan, while the shimmers have a creamier, dense consistency. Occasionally, the more sparkly or metallic shades apply better with fingertips or a dampened brush.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow swatches.

Back to Back

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
C+
C+
7.5
Product
8.5
Pigmentation
7.5
Texture
7.5
Longevity
4.5
Application
79%
Total
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ColourPop Chi-Town Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Chi-Town Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Chi-Town Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Chi-Town Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Chi-Town Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Chi-Town Pressed Powder Shadow

Chi-Town

Chi-Town is a muted, medium-dark rosy mauve with strong, warm undertones and a matte finish. It was richly pigmented with a smooth, velvety consistency that had light powderiness but wasn’t prone to sheering out during application. It stayed on well for eight hours before fading visibly.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing” and “adheres easily to the eyes.” Most of the shades have semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation that applies well to bare skin, blends out without issue, and lasts for seven to eight hours.

The matte eyeshadows tend to be a little more powdery, though soft and finely-milled, in the pan, while the shimmers have a creamier, dense consistency. Occasionally, the more sparkly or metallic shades apply better with fingertips or a dampened brush.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow swatches.

Chi-Town

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
A
A
9.5
Product
10
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
8.5
Longevity
5
Application
94%
Total
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ColourPop Game 6 Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop Game 6 Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop Game 6 Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop Game 6 Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop Game 6 Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop Game 6 Pressed Powder Pigment

Game 6

Game 6 is a bright, coral-red with warm undertones and a satin sheen. It had opaque color payoff in a single layer, but the consistency was slightly thinner and a little more emollient than ideal, so I found it harder to diffuse the edges without getting a more ragged edge. It wore well for eight hours before fading noticeably.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing." The way the Pressed Pigments differ is that they're not intended for usage on the immediate eye area.

The majority of the shades are semi-opaque to opaque in coverage, blend out fairly well, and can sometimes be a bit drier/more powdery compared to typical matte shades. They often wear eight to nine hours on me before fading, but many shades in the Pressed Pigment family leave some staining behind.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Pigment swatches.

NOTICE: All products categorized under "Pigment" carry a warning in the US that the product is "not intended for use in the immediate eye area." Brands in the US typically market these products as "Pigments" (instead of "Eyeshadow"), and there is often a warning on the back of packaging or the label. The product includes color additives that are not approved for usage on the eyes per the FDA. Some color additives in "Pigments" have no usage restrictions in the EU, per CosIng, and can be used on the eyes. We recommend checking ingredients to confirm current safety assessment/restrictions: FDA/CosIng.

Game 6

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
B+
B+
8
Product
10
Pigmentation
8
Texture
8.5
Longevity
4.5
Application
87%
Total
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ColourPop Razzle Dazzle Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Razzle Dazzle Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Razzle Dazzle Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Razzle Dazzle Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Razzle Dazzle Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Razzle Dazzle Pressed Powder Shadow

Razzle Dazzle

Razzle Dazzle is a rich, medium-dark red with subtle, warm undertones and a metallic sheen. The texture was soft, more loosely-pressed but moderately emollient, so it picked up readily with a dry brush and had good adhesion when pressed and pulled along the skin. It had opaque color coverage that lasted nicely for eight hours before fading a bit.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing” and “adheres easily to the eyes.” Most of the shades have semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation that applies well to bare skin, blends out without issue, and lasts for seven to eight hours.

The matte eyeshadows tend to be a little more powdery, though soft and finely-milled, in the pan, while the shimmers have a creamier, dense consistency. Occasionally, the more sparkly or metallic shades apply better with fingertips or a dampened brush.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow swatches.

Razzle Dazzle

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
A-
A-
9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8.5
Longevity
5
Application
92%
Total
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ColourPop I'm Back Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop I'm Back Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop I'm Back Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop I'm Back Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop I'm Back Pressed Powder Pigment
ColourPop I'm Back Pressed Powder Pigment

I'm Back

I’m Back is a deep red with cooler undertones and a matte finish. It had opaque color coverage that applied evenly to bare skin and blended out without much effort as the texture was smooth, blendable, and not prone to fallout. It stayed on well for eight and a half hours before fading visibly and left a stain behind.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing." The way the Pressed Pigments differ is that they're not intended for usage on the immediate eye area.

The majority of the shades are semi-opaque to opaque in coverage, blend out fairly well, and can sometimes be a bit drier/more powdery compared to typical matte shades. They often wear eight to nine hours on me before fading, but many shades in the Pressed Pigment family leave some staining behind.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Pigment swatches.

NOTICE: All products categorized under "Pigment" carry a warning in the US that the product is "not intended for use in the immediate eye area." Brands in the US typically market these products as "Pigments" (instead of "Eyeshadow"), and there is often a warning on the back of packaging or the label. The product includes color additives that are not approved for usage on the eyes per the FDA. Some color additives in "Pigments" have no usage restrictions in the EU, per CosIng, and can be used on the eyes. We recommend checking ingredients to confirm current safety assessment/restrictions: FDA/CosIng.

I'm Back

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
A
A
9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
9
Longevity
5
Application
93%
Total
We hope you'll consider supporting Temptalia by shopping through our links below. Thanks!
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ColourPop 773 Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 773 Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 773 Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 773 Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 773 Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop 773 Pressed Powder Shadow

773

773 is a darker, taupe-brown with flecks of olive gold sparkle that gave it more of a frosted finish. The consistency was drier and more textured, especially on the lid, and this resulted in moderate fallout during application. It had mostly opaque pigmentation but was prone to sheering out. It wore well for seven hours before fading noticeably.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing” and “adheres easily to the eyes.” Most of the shades have semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation that applies well to bare skin, blends out without issue, and lasts for seven to eight hours.

The matte eyeshadows tend to be a little more powdery, though soft and finely-milled, in the pan, while the shimmers have a creamier, dense consistency. Occasionally, the more sparkly or metallic shades apply better with fingertips or a dampened brush.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow swatches.

773

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
B-
B-
7.5
Product
9
Pigmentation
7.5
Texture
7.5
Longevity
4.5
Application
80%
Total
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ColourPop Legacy (Chicago Bulls) Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Legacy (Chicago Bulls) Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Legacy (Chicago Bulls) Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Legacy (Chicago Bulls) Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Legacy (Chicago Bulls) Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop Legacy (Chicago Bulls) Pressed Powder Shadow

Legacy (Chicago Bulls)

Legacy (Chicago Bulls) is a medium-dark black with multi-colored micro-sparkle over a matte finish that was neutral-to-warm in undertone. The texture was soft, smooth, and blendable with light powderiness but not to the point where it impeded application. It had opaque pigmentation that lasted well for eight hours before fading a bit.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing” and “adheres easily to the eyes.” Most of the shades have semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation that applies well to bare skin, blends out without issue, and lasts for seven to eight hours.

The matte eyeshadows tend to be a little more powdery, though soft and finely-milled, in the pan, while the shimmers have a creamier, dense consistency. Occasionally, the more sparkly or metallic shades apply better with fingertips or a dampened brush.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow swatches.

Legacy (Chicago Bulls)

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
A-
A-
9
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8.5
Longevity
5
Application
92%
Total
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ColourPop The Shot Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop The Shot Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop The Shot Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop The Shot Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop The Shot Pressed Powder Shadow
ColourPop The Shot Pressed Powder Shadow

The Shot

The Shot is a deep brown with moderate, warm undertones and a matte finish. The eyeshadow had full pigmentation in a single layer, which adhered evenly to bare skin and blended out nicely. The consistency was smooth, velvety, and dense without being too powdery nor too firmly-pressed into the pan. It stayed on well for eight hours before fading visibly.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$4.50/0.05 oz. - $90.00 Per Ounce

The new Pressed Powder Shadow formula is supposed to be “highly pigmented” with an “ultra-velvety and silky” texture that is “long-wearing” and “adheres easily to the eyes.” Most of the shades have semi-opaque to opaque pigmentation that applies well to bare skin, blends out without issue, and lasts for seven to eight hours.

The matte eyeshadows tend to be a little more powdery, though soft and finely-milled, in the pan, while the shimmers have a creamier, dense consistency. Occasionally, the more sparkly or metallic shades apply better with fingertips or a dampened brush.

Browse all of our ColourPop Pressed Powder Shadow swatches.

The Shot

LELimited Edition. $4.50.
A
A
9.5
Product
10
Pigmentation
9.5
Texture
8.5
Longevity
5
Application
94%
Total

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With the shimmers being somewhat fussy in this one, I’ll stick to getting Nars Bijoux, I think. I will say this, though, I love the smokier, grungy shades with shimmery red shades going on here!

Such a strange collab, this basketball series. Seems like it would limit the interest level. How many makeup users watch basketball enough to be big enough fans of a sports team to then buy anything, including makeup, associated with it? I guess we’ll know it worked if we see other sports collabs.

What is the rational behind the assumption that makeup users don’t watch basketball? You didn’t specify, but I have seen other comments along this line that make an assumption that women don’t watch or care about sports, which is kind of a gross take to me, so I’ll use this as a soap box. While it doesn’t seem most studies go beyond merely male and female or men and women for their breakdown, there’s been an increase in interest in both women’s sports as well as in women watching sports. And of course, there are those who identify as men or as non-binary in the beauty space who may enjoy a sports-beauty crossover.

Like I am sure that for as many who are interested in ABC collab, there are folks interested in the NBA collab.

Here is some research:

“Women makeup 47% of highly engaged, passionate sports fans.” (globally, across 13 sports) US basketball had 43% “female” and 57% “male” breakdown. https://thegembagroup.com/news/closing-the-sports-fan-gender-gap/

https://www.sps.nyu.edu/content/dam/sps/academics/departments/tisch-institute-for-global-sport/pdfs/Female_Sport_Fandom_White_Paper.pdf
https://www2.deloitte.com/xe/en/insights/industry/technology/technology-media-and-telecom-predictions/2021/womens-sports-revenue.html
https://www.si.com/wnba/2021/08/26/womens-sports-growth-the-fan-project

I didn’t say women don’t watch or care about sports, Christine – that’s your own read and bias and isn’t really relevant to the point I was making.
I said, “How many makeup users watch basketball ****enough to be big enough fans of a sports team to then buy anything, including makeup, associated with it****? I guess we’ll know it worked if we see other sports collabs.”

I was positing not that women don’t watch or care about sports, but that they would have to be big enough fans of a specific team to then buy something of the team, eg makeup. It’s not just a matter of watching, it’s a matter of: 1) the level of engagement, 2) loyalty to a specific sports brand, 3) demographic patterns of spending on teams, and 4) makeup spending preferences. A woman would have to be very highly engaged in the sport, enough to be loyal to the sport brand, willing to spend money to demonstrate/celebrate her loyalty, AND finally (and perhaps most importantly) spend specifically on makeup representing (or reminding her of) that team.
I may love pizza so much and eat one in every neighborhood and town and city I visit, and maybe even buy pizza T-shirts, but I don’t want a makeup palette that looks like pizza or reminds me of pizza.
Likewise, I may love the NY Nicks and have season tickets and own memorabilia. I would contend this is more common among men than women (eg I have known many men with signed sports equipment than women with the same, but this could be a sampling error, ofc). But most importantly, even if that were true, I may not necessarily want a palette that reminds me of the NY Knicks for my face; perhaps I couldn’t pull off orange and cobalt, perhaps I don’t want to associate my one hour of makeup meditation with sweat and competition, perhaps I don’t even know about this collaboration in the first place. There are other variables, ofc, such as how good of a release it is. Perhaps the palette didn’t appeal to me aesthetically, and I happen to value aesthetics over fandom.
So I questioned how big of a market Colourpop was going to see for those palettes and concluded that we can assume success if we see other sports collabs.
Does that make sense? The point you’re making is a separate issue that should be reserved for a conversation with someone who mistakenly believes women don’t care about sports.

We are talking about different things and unlike you, I don’t have a soapbox or an agenda – mere speculation on a separate matter, at the end of the day.

Hey Valerie,

Like I said in my comment, I was taking a moment to address comments in the vein that were specifically mentioning women – I was using your comment to platform and my response was a general response because your comment was similar to many other comments in a way that doesn’t get brought up with many, many other collaborations where it seems assumed that there is plenty of audience – and it is odd to me that there’s an assumption here that the audience is here is so lacking (when presumably the brand did the research on their end, and it would be hard for any one of us to have facts on that – hence why I was asking about where you got your assumptions from!). Hope that clarifies!

I apologize since it is clear that my comment wasn’t clear enough that I was springboarding off your comment into a larger issue I’ve been seeing in the community, so that was intended to make it clear that this was not a personal response to your exact comment, but since you took it that way, I am deeply sorry for causing you offense!

I’m not sure where you’ve gotten the data to make the assumptions, but if you have more information, I’d certainly love to read it!

This last part got cut off somehow:
Finally, my original comment was about makeup ***users***, as men and women and transgender all use makeup these days. However, you assumed I was talking about women, so I am responding to your assumption/bias about women. But it isn’t a gender-specific issue. I simply wondered what the Venn diagram looked like of people who use makeup and people who are avid enough sports fans to buy stuff from a specific team. I still suspect it’s a rather small intersection.

As I said twice now, I was responding to a lot of comments I have seen throughout the community that specifically mentioned women and not understanding why they’d do this collaboration – I was responding to those comments. I specifically acknowledged that you didn’t mention women.

Again, I apologize for not being clearer that my response was a larger response to comments in a similar vein but were more specific to women, so that I was not directly responding entirely to your comment but using it as a way to speak on a broader issue at large in the community.

Not true in Celtics/Patriots land. If the women weren’t wearing their licensed shirts on game day, they’d be banned to the library with no beer! B is admittedly a sports town. Working retail (with every snack known to man and seasonal sports serving dishes) on Sun & Mon, I can assure you that ‘appropriately dressed’ women are all in there arguing over the last bag of hot chips and dips. People ask me ‘Where are your colors?’ and assume that store rules prevent me from wearing ‘appropriate’ gear. Women are def into local teams and often know stats, trades, etc. When Tom Brady left the Patriots, it was like the Civil War all over again…

I did think that it made sense in sports-related collabs to have team colors, since there’s a lot of face painting going on for game days that would be in the teams colors. Even the eyeliners and glitter gels made a lot of sense (even if the eyeliners have been pretty poor, lol).

I didn’t think I’d be interested in any of the NBA palettes, and here I am, loving this one! It’s not perfect, but it has shades I absolutely don’t have any dupes for and some of them (most) look lovely. So I love this even though it’s not perfect. I’m going to put it on my WL and think about it for a bit.

CP is keeping you very busy, aren’t they with all the releases. 🙂

Only because of the home team would I have purchased this, as the colors are no longer ones I’d wear enough to justify buying this palette. I could see Goth and grunge lovers enjoying this though.

I, too, initially thought that a sports themed collab seemed silly. But not because women don’t watch sports but because it seemed so random. However, the more I read these reviews, the more they picque my interest. The color stories are so interesting & spot on. I can easily see why the color stories here would be so appealing. They seem artistic, creative, and fun. I LOVE basketball. And I’m loving CP’s take & iteration of these teams.

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