Colourpop Super Shock Shadows
Colourpop has been out for a long while and I finally succumb to temptations and ordered myself a couple of the Colourpop Super Shock Shadows myself after hearing all the good reviews! Plus at USD 5 a pop, it’s not too much of a loss even if it’s not as good as the review say.
You can now ship directly to Singapore on Colourpop. Alternatively, one can go through Ez-buy where shipping is actually much cheaper if you are not buying a lot.
Price: USD 5
Colours I’ve Gotten:
- Luckfully (Pearlized)
- Liberty (Ultra-Metallic)
- Bubbly (Metallic)
- Eye Candy (Metallic)
- Flowershop (Pearlized)
- Birthday Boy (Metallic) (Limited Edition)
Texture: Creme to powder (Super soft in pot)
The texture of these Super Shock Shadows is pretty interesting. It feels like cream or I would say mousse. But it dries to a nice powder finish. Which is great because you do not have to deal with fallouts as with the usual powder shadows formulas. One thing to note is that you have to keep these shadows tightly capped if not they will probably dry out very quickly. You do not want that to happened even though these shadows are like super affordable. After exchange rate and shipping, each shadow is probably around $8.50 or less.
Colourpop Super Shock Shadows Swatches
From top to bottom:
Birthday Boy/ Bubbly/ Eye Candy/ Liberty/ Luckfully/ Flower Shop
Is spending USD 5 each worth for these shadows? Are they worth the trouble to get via an agent or the hefty shipping price?
But do read up on the reviews and look up on swatches online before deciding which to get. Because not all shadows are made equal! The star of my haul is definitely Liberty in the Ultra-metallic finish. I feel that you can’t go wrong with this finish and also the metallic ones!
Lasting power wise, they hold up for decently for a day at work(10 hours approx) without primer!
Have you gotten any of the Super Shock Shadows? Let me know which is your favourite!