Colour Pop Slave2Pink is a moderately cool-toned, medium-dark fuchsia with a metallic finish. It is a permanent that retails for $5.00 and contains 0.07 oz.
For maximum coverage: Use fingertip and tap onto skin. A synthetic brush will also work well for more precise placement, however, finger application will have the most intense pigment lay-down. To blend: Use a fluffy brush that has good movement, dip tip of the brush into the pressed pigment and blend. This will make your colour softer and more diffused (like a total pro). When finished: Close that sucker up tight! Don’t leave the jar opened for long periods of time, you may lose some of the magic that makes the Super Shock Pressed Pigments so amazzzing. *Not intended for use in the immediate eye area.
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Based on 1 Review, 3 Quick Reviews
The Good: Great Value (3), Buttery (2), Blendable (2), Creamy (1), Smooth (1), Long-wearing (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (2), Highly Pigmented (2)
The Bad: Hard To Apply (1), Fades (1), Too Little Product (1)
1 Written Reviews
By shin 3 years ago.
This is an amazing product just to look at in the container. It's so, so vivid. It does take some build up to get that vivid color on the lids, and even then it's slightly sheer, but the end result looks great. It blends great with other Colour Pop colors. I was a little disappointed in how easily the shadow was pushed around in the pot by my applicator, and seeing the bottom of the pan after just one use. I did use a lot (see my "Fairy" look), but I thought the pan would be deeper. After a while, the glitter on the swatch on my arm was all but gone and it was simply a matte hot pink, but I didn't wear it on my eyes long enough to see if the same would happen to a spot not subjected to as much disturbance. Also, be warned-- even with makeup remover, this will make your skin PINK wherever you applied it! It's a beautiful color, but I had to remove stars for the glitter fallout, amount in the pot (though for the price it is pretty good), the consistency in the pot, and the staining.