ColourPop Just My Luck 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette ($12.00 for 0.36 oz.) is a new, permanent (!) green-themed palette that the brand specifically created without "teal" or "brown" -- all green, you know? I think the palette is better thought of as a complementary palette; it's for someone who either loves greens and sees the nuance between every shade or wants to add green to their line-up and be done in an instant. To that end, I decided to show the palette in two ways: a cooler-toned look and a warmer-toned look. You'll likely want to add-in your go-to brow bone highlighter and perhaps a few favorite transition shades, depending on the look you're going for.
Most of the shades were pigmented, blendable, long-wearing, and easy to work with--and there was a good range of depth, undertone, and finish. The only shade that gave me trouble as Act Natural, which was a little thinner in texture and took longer to spread and blend out than the other shades but was workable.
It actually had more similarity to Melt's Smoke Sessions than I would have thought off-hand, but ColourPop's take includes more mattes and has more mid-tones, which gives this palette a lighter feel in comparison (I did a similar cool-toned/warm-toned take with Smoke Sessions here, which shows how much darker, smokier Smoke Sessions turns out).
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.