ColourPop 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette is an eye palette that retails for $12.00 and contains 0.32 oz. ($37.50 per ounce). There are 44 variations in our database.
4 Written Reviews
By Adela Arceo 5 months ago.
This has easily become on of my favorite eyeshadow palettes. The formula, like all Colourpop shadows I've tried, is buttery, easily blended and generously pigmented. One thing a lot of people were saying about this palette is that one of the shadows (the Force) tends to fall out of the pan for some reason. Luckily for me this has not happened, but I still make sure to never store this palette on its side, to be safe. The Child is described as an olive tones palette, but in addition to olive greens there is also a lovely seafoam green, a chocolate brown that I love, as well as some pretty metallics.
By Valeria Avramenko 1 year ago.
On the biggest downsides of this palettes is that its matte shades really tint the eyelids. Otherwise metallics are nice and creamy, quite versatile colour story as well for being a monochromatic palette. It's a very specific piece of makeup as you can only get a lot of use out of it either if it's green suits you like no other or if you enjoy St.Patrick's all year round! As almost all ColourPop palettes, very powdery but rather easy to blend.
By Bryana 2 years ago.
Absolutely adore this palette. It's like a toned-down version of ABH Soft Glam. I'm fair with dark brown eyes/hair, and the ABH palette pulled so red on me that I sold it to a friend after only a few uses. The Colour Pop one is much more wearable and I'd argue that it's same or better quality than the prestige palette - no fallout from the mattes and the shimmers provide just as much payoff. I love having a warmer option in my collection that I can use for everyday or nights out. Absolutely worth it.