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Thursday, February 27, 2020

Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette

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Hey Guys, 
Today I'm going to share my thoughts on the ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette! I originally wasn't going to purchase this because I have a ton of ColourPop palettes and a million neutral  palettes. However, my friend Molika picked it up and told me I needed it! I purchased it during a sale back in December or January and am ready to share my thoughts. Keep reading to learn more about this palette, see swatches, and if I recommend it!
Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette

ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette $34.00
Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette
Here is what is said about this palette on the ColourPop site:
"Our new 30-pan shadow palette will change your makeup game forever. 30 new shadows in buttery mattes, rich metallics, and blinging glitters in the most wearable shades ever, this baby is a necessity. Create any look from your everyday look to a sultry glam look, you won’t put this palette down.This 30-pan neutral palette will change your makeup game."

Here is a close up of the palette:
Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette

Here are the shade names and descriptions:
idol hour: warm ivory with a pale peach sheen
in the buff: neutral pale pinky beige
silk teddy: metallic nude champagne
on holiday: matte soft beige
rumored: metallic silvery taupe
banter: cool toned stone
full exposé: creamy vanilla
tease me: pale creamsicle with gold flecks
the talk: champagne peachy gold
hustler: light peach
complicated: warm rust brown with gold pinpoints
crack on: chestnut brown
hot gossip: toasted nude
all 4 u: dusty mauve pink
designer duds: rose gold pink
spree: rosey blush with gold flecks
act a fool: dusty mid tone mauve
cufflinks: rosey purple with a pink sheen
haute: terracotta with copper flecks
fuzzy: true red copper
tabloid: deep caramel
genie: golden bronze
taboo: deep brown
dutch process: plum brown with silver flecks
velveteen: tawny brown
prix fixe: antique bronze
stiletto: warm deep brown with soft gold pinpoints
revel: deep red brown
baubles: deep cool toned brown with silver flecks
spy glass: deep true black
Here are swatches of the shadows:
Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette
 Row 1 & 2
Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette
 Row 3  & 4
Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette
Row 5

Here is the back of the palette with the names listed:
Review: ColourPop Bare Necessities Palette
On to my thoughts:
I freakin' love this palette! Quality wise it is up to par with other ColourPop palettes. The shadows have great pigmentation, blend nicely, and last all day without creasing. The shadows are super soft which does create quite a bit of fall out in the pan but it doesn't bother me. What I love the most is you can create so many different neutral looks with this palette. It has warm tones AND cool tones. It includes basically every eyeshadow shade that I would wear on a normal basis. It includes neutral browns and bronze type browns,  copper and rust brown/reds, pinks, mauves, purples, dark smokey browns and deep chocolates. It even has a matte ivory shade which is a staple shade that I feel alot of palettes are missing! If you want a basic neutral palette that you can do A TON with then this is the palette for you. If you are new to makeup and want somewhere to start...this is the palette for you. If you love natural looking makeup but want to be able to amp up the drama...this is the palette for you! I have nothing bad at all to say about this palette. You need it.

Do you own this ColourPop palette or any others? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!


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