Colourpop Super Shock Shadow Coconut review

Colourpop Super Shock Shadow Coconut review

As a blogger, I often buy things and hide them away until I can take proper photos. But when Colourpop’s Super Shock Shadow in Coconut arrived at my house, it wasn’t even 24 hours before I broke this beauty out of the box  …
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…because, damn, it is stunning!

COCONUT is described as a bright peacock teal with a pearlized finish. It’s the most beautiful shadow I have ever laid eyes on (after MAC’s Club).

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If you’ve never tried a Colourpop shadow, you’re definitely missing out. These are $5 each. That’s $5 for pure, vibrant pigments in a creamy, bouncy formula. Ingredients include cucumber, mango seed butter and soybean oil!

Colourpop Super Shock Shadow Coconut swatch

This is a fairly light swatch! I just rubbed my finger in the pot once and swiped on my arm. AMAZING pigmentation!

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So the one thing that’s tricky about these is application and blending. Because of the bouncy texture, it’s best to apply with your finger, pat on, then blend with a brush.

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As you can see, blending can be tough if you wait too long. But the wear time on these are amazing, I only saw minor creasing after 8 hours (over UDPP).

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Shown here on the lid with a bit blended into the crease. I also used Charlotte Tilbury’s The Sophisticate palette for the crease shade (review here).

So what can $5 get you these days? Not much. But it CAN get you amazing, creamy shadows. I AM HOOKED!

Coconut is currently in stock, but I don’t expect that to last since it is often sold out. Grab it now before it goes bye, bye!

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