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Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection Release Date + Official Swatches

Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection
Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection

Release Date + Collection Info

This is a fairytale moment! Collection includes It’s a Princess Thing Palette, Fairytale Moment Super Shock Shadow Foursome, Kiss The Girl Crème Lux Lipstick Collection, & 3 Ultra Glossy Lips, all in exclusive packaging. Get it before it strikes midnight!

9/28

Products Available

It's a Princess Thing Eyeshadow Palette, $20.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Chip Matte soft beige nude
  • Juju Matte warm rosy pink
  • Grumpy Matte dusty salmon
  • Triton Sand with a golden sheen
  • Abu Matte intense warm brown
  • Prince Charming Ivory pearl with a green duochrome
  • Ray Metallic champagne
  • Fairy Godmother Metallic bright coral
  • One Kiss? Metallic bright coppering gold
  • Thingamabob Vibrant metallic silver
  • Enchanted Rose Rich metallic rose
  • Poison Apple Metallic pinky violet
  • Magic Carpet Blackened plum
  • Beast Deep warm brown topped with gold glitter
  • Midnight Curfew Black sprinkled with silver glitter

Super Shock Shadow, $5.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Heigh-Ho Ivory pearl sprinkled with multi-dimensional glitter
  • Under the Sea Bright seafoam green with a golden sheen
  • Almost There Deep bronze drenched with silver glitter
  • Be Our Guest Berry pink with a blue and violet sheen
  • A Whole New World Icy lavender with pink, silver, and baby blue glitter
  • So This is Love Soft pink with a frosted finish

Ultra Glossy Lip, $6.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Bibbidi Clear with a golden sheen
  • Bobbidi Soft coral
  • Boo Warm rose

Lux Lipstick, $7.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Ariel Peachy beige nude (Creme)
  • Cinderella True blue pink (Creme)
  • Jasmine Vibrant hot pink (Creme)
  • Belle Enchanted rosy berry (Creme)
  • Snow White Candy apple red (Creme)
  • Tiana Deep oxblood red (Creme)

Sets, (Limited Edition)

  • Disney Designer PR Collection ($120.00)
  • Disney Designer Collection ($110.00)

Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection
Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection

Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection
Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection

Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection
Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection

Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection
Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection

Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection
Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection

Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection
Disney x ColourPop Designer Collection

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The eyeshadow palette is really unattractive, but the packaging is probably beautiful and that’s what makes me want it. The lipsticks and glosses look really nice. I may grab the Tiana, Ariel, & Belle lipsticks and 1 or 2 of the glosses. I can’t see myself buying the palette just for the packaging. I’m trying to evolve as a makeup user and not get suckered bc of packaging.

Totally agree! Since there is one lip color for each princesses representing here, Designing a eyeshadow quad for each princess make more sense than a 12 pan for them all. Also, with the color selection, there are pink and purple, but no Aurora and Rapunzel, doesn’t feel right!

I just miscounted the shadows in the pallet, there are 15 instead of 12. Then, I wonder why don’t the do a 16 shadow pallet, like the perception pallet, giving 2 unique shades to each princess, including Aurora and Rapunzel? Nonetheless, a very interesting collection. I probably will get my hands on ARIEL and Cinderella lux lipstick.

I wonder if they didn’t want to have too many white blonde princesses in the mix. It’s already a bit of a stretch to suggest that Ariel, Snow White, and Cinderella have different complexions, and it seems like they’re trying to cast Belle as more of a white-person medium here.

Plus I think there’s a generation of people who saw the Little Mermaid in theaters but then trickled off around Hunchback/Tarzan. For some reason it’s hard to slot Rapunzel next to Belle in my mind.

Rapunzel isn’t included because this collection is a tie-in promo for their new Disney Store LE collector doll line, and it only features dolls of these princesses. That’s why the other princesses aren’t featured in the makeup line. 🙂

I totally didn’t see this collection coming. It’s a nice assortment of shades, but other than the lipstick outer packaging (which I never keep), nothing is tempting me. I’m not sure to be relieved or sad about that, since I am a Disney fan. LOL!

It’s impossible to tell from this if the lipstick tube caps will be anything special; that’s what would interest me. I did google this collection and saw that the caps are a kind of satin gold with etched-looking “signatures” of the princesses, like the inner cover of the eyeshadow palette. That’s nice, I guess.

If I were a Disney fan, I would find this irresistible but as it is, I’m not and I probably have dupes for all these shades, so I’ll save this for the fans. I bet the quality is good, though! 😀

Regardless of how you feel about (Disney and general) princesses being marketed to death, and held up as fantasy/role models for preschool girls, the tales usually have a good message. That is esp interesting as SW and Aschenputtel (Cinderella) esp, in the original Grimm/German version were written to keep the girls in line/well behaved, and are scary/gory as all F. Disney was brilliant to be diverse, before inclusivity was the flashpoint for society and makeup. Glad to see Tiana and Jasmine prominently featured. The DPs are total nostalgia for women in the US. The shade names are perfection, and the selections look appropriate for the heroines. Good job, CP.

This collection looks very well curated, as in this is the kind of makeup that I would imagine an actual Disney Princess wearing. There’s nothing terribly original here but I’d be surprised if the collection didn’t sell out regardless. I also like the little detail that the princess’s outfits and lipsticks shades match the decade they were released in.

I do feel like they stuck very closely to the feel of the princesses. And your comment about the decades made me realize that I was getting a subconscious Besame vibe from the lipsticks.

Yeah, it’s not “original” really, but I don’t think this theme would justify ground-breaking colors — classic and traditional is the right way. It’s odd to me that they picked very specific Disney princesses, though that was almost certainly to decrease the expense (but still …).

Really gorgeous looking…but the palette & lip products are so underwhelming.

Honestly the fall palette they just released is more exciting & different than the rest of their permanent collection (kinda…)

Come on Colourpop you could have gone FULL BLOWN colour for this instead of combining the fortune & fame palettes….

easy pass for me…

I want every single one of the dolls but they are like $150 a piece or something insane like that. Now I can get the collection and still feel the Disney magic but not go broke. Thanks, CP. 😉

The gloss names are achingly cute. That aside, the pressed shadows look like a nice-enough neutral palette; nothing that someone with any kind of stash would need, but a great starting point for makeup newbies.

Is it me, or does Under the Sea look almost neon on the darker skintone?

In the Super Shock Shadows, I’m liking Almost There a lot.

As for the lippies — Snow White … OF COURSE! [sigh] I’m so predictable. (Though I do quite like Belle also. And Tiana’s quite nice too.)

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